Download Florida Dept. Veterans Affairs apk 1.0.5 free for Android smartphone
Apk file size: 7.2 MB
The Florida Department of Veterans' Affairs (FDVA) is the premier point of entry for Florida veterans to access earned services, benefits and support. The FDVA Mobile App will connect veterans and their families with unclaimed benefits and provide information about federal and state veterans’ issues.
Build 2.0 Offers:
- Updated User Interface
- View Available Jobs
- Updated Map, Contact & Locations
- Apply for Benefits
- Crisis Contact
- Benefits Guide
- Latest News
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- Updated Map
- Job Finder Feature
- Modern Designs
- Mobile Benefits Application
- And More!
Florida Department of Veterans' Affairs part of our Communication and have average installs from 5000 to 10000. Last Update June 16, 2016. Google play rating is 84.3137. Current verison is 1.0.5. Actual size 7.2 MB.
It is a great start! Since browsing through a bit, I noticed a lack of "umpf" so to say... So far the app seems limited to just the icons. But there is so much more that can be included. I deleted this app because it needs all permissions, what the heck for?
> A MUST HAVE FOR VETS < THIS APP IS AN EXCELLENT APP. Every VET SHOULD HAVE IT.
Great app for florida vets! I have been emailing the VA trying to get them to develope an app like this which quickly finds VA medical facilities. It seems the FDVA pulled through. Too bad it is for Florida only.
President of Freedom Veterans of America We are here to serve supply and take care of all veterans.
Great Package Excellent App. The personnel are also excellent.
Great app Helps Florida veterans alot, should have this for every state
Go Army! Awesome app. Keep up the great work!
needs revision FC in marshmellow 6.0.1
How much did this cost? If this is something that someone working at the VA just threw together, it's great. If this was contracted out, we got robbed. About 60% of this is just website links, not content. This could have been done by half the computer kids in high school these days.
Great Very informative