Download First Aid apk 1.0 free for Android smartphone

18 Nov
First Aid

Posted by St John Ambulance Australia Incorporated in Medical | Nov. 18, 2012 | 15 Comments

Apk file size: 10.0 MB

Australia's #1 First Aid app for iPhone is now available for Android. By popular demand of course.

"It really is a must-have app as it could spell the difference between life and death." Macworld Magazine

St John Ambulance Australia provides First Aid training to 400,000 people in Australia each year. St John Ambulance Australia is the most trusted name in First Aid training, kits and supplies.

Now you can carry over 125 years of First Aid research, experience and knowledge right in your pocket. ‘First Aid’ is Australia’s only Android app that presents step-by-step emergency First Aid information to the user with a large clear image for each step. Saving the life of a loved one is easier than you might expect.

‘First Aid’ by St John Ambulance Australia is undoubtedly the easiest First Aid app on the market to use. Packed with some of the most common and critical conditions that require immediate life saving First Aid.

Topics include:
Allergic Reaction
Asthma Attack
Bites and Stings
Chest Pain
Diabetic Emergency
Recovery Position
Removal of Helmet
Severe Bleeding
Sprains & Strains

'First Aid' by St John Ambulance Australia has been developed with the help of Intensive Care Paramedics, Nurses, Doctors and First Aid training specialists. 'First Aid' is exclusive to the Australian App Store and includes the latest Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) guidelines, as set out by the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC).

St John Ambulance Australia Incorporated part of our Medical and have average installs from 5000 to 10000. Last Update Nov. 18, 2012. Google play rating is 77.5. Current verison is 1.0. Actual size 10.0 MB.

Download first-aid-17.apk 10.0 MB


Simon Bastin

A bit disappointing As someone else said, this is a reasonable app but lacking info in some important areas, like poisoning, stroke, head, neck and spinal injuries. Despite another review to the contrary, there is some basic information on CPR. The price is quite high for an app, and one would normally expect a pretty sophisticated app for this price, but it is not. I don't mind paying that for some piece of mind just to help me remember the details if ever i had a real emergency (i am current on training). But one other commentator said the UK and USA Red Cross apps are free and much better (but have slightly differing advice obviously). Just realised there is an Australian Red Cross one that is free so will install it and compare.

Melissa Richards

Needs more info! I want to know what to do and how to identify if my grandmother is having a stroke or heart attack.

James Harriman

Basic but worth having Gives basic help and is a good reminder if you've done their (excellent course), using the same terminology as the first aid course. Is essential to read through this app from time to time to keep refreshed for an emergency. I'm hoping for more details in future updates. Don't mind price since is donation to a worthy cause.

A Google User

A bit disappointing. This is okay for revising first aid course content. I was expecting more for the price though, such as voice guidance through the DRSABCD mode and a metronome once you enter CPR, like the defibs and some other first aid phone apps have. Maybe these things can be included in an update. This version ties your hands up too much and requires too much reading for emergency situations.

Kirsty Gray

Okay. I thought this was good until I downloaded the Australian Red Cross first aid app for FREE and it seems to have a lot more information as well as videos. Also info on drowning and rescue breathing. For nearly 5 dollars, this app isn't worth it when the red Cross is free and has more info.

Chris Birmingham

Very limited - not worth the price There is very little actual content in this app. Not worth the money. I have buyers remorse.

Tim Jenkins

Galaxy s3 Reasonable app but lacking info in some important areas, like head, neck and spinal and CPR.

Annika Ohm

Handy to have

A Google User

Sux Just so you know the British red cross first aid app and the American one are both free and superior to this. I thought St John ambulance was non profit yet they charge 4.50 bucks for first aid info. Good work guys

A Google User

Awesome! Loving it! Great work to all involved!

Ben Hunter

Don't waste your money I bought this app after doing a first aid course with St John but this app is terrible. Can't use a single feature without it immediately crashing. Great if I need it in an emergency. Waste of good money. Really disappointed will be uninstalling

cutie Lay

its ok its pretty ok but if only it could be more interactive and speak to you. it would be a little difficult while doing first aid on someone and having to flick through & read the instructions at the same time.. just a thought for the creaters to think about =]

Aaron Cole

Very lacking A lot of free alternatives eg the Welsh version have more information, but it's still better then nothing and the money goes to a good cause. Hopefully the add more eventually.

Jim Ng

Some feedback: It's good that this has been made free, as it is fairly basic at this time and there's quite a few improvements that can be made. For example, Drsabcd can probably be presented in a more elegant manner as it's a vital part of any first aid treatment - some of the information could also be made clearer. There's also a lot of potential for this to be used for member recruitment and management, which would help people enlist for events. Might send an email about that later, apps have a lot of potential.

John Breedveld

I'm dead I have epilepsy which you don't appear to have mentioned.

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