READ DESCRIPTION BEFORE INSTALLING!!!
This is the pro version of York Fire Finder. There is a free version.
This app is designed to read from the paging system of York County, Pennsylvania.
Y.F.F. shows the current pages of fire departments. It shows the most recent pages for the day.
When the 911 center in York City sends out a page to several fire departments, this app translates them and shows them on the app.
It only shows fire department pages, which excludes medical calls, police calls, and ambulance-to-hospital calls.
This app is for entertainment purposes only. It is NOT a replacement for fire-department-issued pagers.
Please note, the servers may be slow or pages can be missed as the communication is not perfect.
Paging and scanner feeds from Delta Communications Resources, INC.
When entering the app, you'll see the list of pages, and the app icon.
Click on the app icon to open the navigation.
If you want to copy the information in a page, click the "Copy" button next to it.
-- Troubleshooting --
"I don't get notifications when my pager goes off. What gives???"
Pres the app icon, and press settings. Ensure that "New page notifications" is checked.
If it already was, remember that the app removes duplicates, and there's a chance that one page may be missed.
"This uses a lot of battery, how can I turn it off?"
Turn the notifications (and the scanner) off.
They both use services to check for data every few seconds.
"When I buy the pro version, why do I see two icons at the top?"
You may have installed both the free and pro versions of the app. Please uninstall the free version.
"I want my money back. I live in [INSERT STATE HERE], and I only get pages for Pennsylvania!"
If you read the description, you'll know that this is only for York County, PA.
And you'll also know that there's a free app for you to try.
___ 18.104.22.168 (Beta) ___
* Bug fixes.
* We have noticed that a lot of our users go to York Fire Wire.
Therefore, we added a link to go to their Facebook page.
* Updated About and Help screen.
* Used new (hopefully working) scanner feeds, thanks to Delta Communications Resources.