We have made it super easy to cancel PulsePoint Respond subscription
at the root to avoid any and all mediums "PulsePoint Foundation" (the developer) uses to bill you.
Now let us get into the crux of this guide.
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There are a few things you must know about cancelling subscriptions. They include the following:
We have made it super easy to cancel PulsePoint Respond subscription at the root to avoid any and all mediums "PulsePoint Foundation" (the developer) uses to bill you. Now let us get into the crux of this guide.
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To cancel PulsePoint Respond subscription on Android, you need to realize that deleting the PulsePoint Respond app alone won't cut it. Follow the steps below:
Once your PulsePoint Respond subscription has been removed from Google Play, your future subscriptions will be cancelled and won't be renewed anymore.
To cancel PulsePoint Respond subscription on your Mac, do the following:
Note: Always make sure to use the exact username and ID you used to set up the subscription to manage that subscription when necessary. This is sometimes different from the Apple ID or Android brand ID you have set up.
If you don't remember your password however, contact the App for help/to reset password.
To cancel your PulsePoint Respond subscription on PayPal, do the following:
Here's how to cancel your PulsePoint Respond subscription when billed through a payments provider that is not the Appstore, Playstore or Paypal.
Sometimes, you may start a subscription directly on a company's website without using an extra layer of security like Paypal or Apple. To unsubscribe, you might have to sign into PulsePoint Respond's website or directly reach out to the payments provider.
Generally, here are two steps you can take if you find yourself in that fix:
You might have created an account on PulsePoint Respond during the course of using the app. Many apps make it so easy to signup but a nightmare to delete your account. We try to make it easier but since we don't have information for every app, we can only do our best.
Generally, here are some steps you can take if you need your account deleted:
*Pro-tip: Once you visit any of the links above, Use your browser "Find on page" to find "@". It immediately shows the neccessary emails.
Bonus: How to Delete PulsePoint Respond from your iPhone or Android.
To delete PulsePoint Respond from your iPhone, Follow these steps:
Go to Settings and click on General then click on "iPhone Storage". You will then scroll down to see the list of all the apps installed on your iPhone. Tap on the app you want to uninstall and delete the app.
For iOS 11 and above:
Go into your Settings and click on "General" and then click on iPhone Storage. You will see the option "Offload Unused Apps". Right next to it is the "Enable" option. Click on the "Enable" option and this will offload the apps that you don't use.
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PulsePoint Respond is a 911-connected app that can immediately inform you of emergencies occurring in your community and can request your help when CPR is needed nearby. PulsePoint helps create an informed and engaged community that drives a “Culture of Action,” a key strategy in strengthening the Chain of Survival for cardiac arrest victims. In addition to nearby “CPR-needed” notifications, you can choose to be notified of significant events that may impact you and your family. These informational notifications provide an early heads-up to local threats such as wildland fires, flooding and utility emergencies. You can even monitor live dispatch radio traffic for most PulsePoint-connected communities with a simple tap on the speaker icon. Watch this brief video to learn the basics of PulsePoint Respond https://vimeo.com/pulsepoint/Respond-iOS PulsePoint currently provides coverage for thousands of cities and communities, with many more on the way. For more information, visit pulsepoint.org, contact us at [email protected], or join the conversation at Facebook and Twitter. PulsePoint not yet available in your community? Although we are working hard to make public safety agencies aware of PulsePoint, you can help by expressing interest to your local fire chief, EMS official, and elected officials such as your mayor, council member or supervisor. A simple note, phone call or public meeting comment would ensure that they are aware of PulsePoint. We have found that City Hall...
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This is a really good app, and I have used it for a while. Being a Junior Firefighter its good to know whats going on in your department and community, but their are still some features that could use some improvement. 1. Sometimes the app shows that my agency Suffolk County Fire and Rescue does not exist when I enter the app, I just re-download it and its fine. But that gets annoying 2. Make a special feature where it would only alert people that are certified in CPR and have a way to link official certification places to your account, like American Heart Association. And only page the people that have proof of certification. But still make the app available to all. 3. Be able to customize alert sounds and what type of alerts you want to receive, and classify the calls in a severity scale like 1-4 4 being fatal. Because the tone is made to get your attention and since I am still in school and it goes off it is awkward. Just want at vibration so I can feel it in my pocket. 4. Release more information about how to become or classes to become a “Verified Responder” Everything else is good and I like the new update, nice a clean. -Ryan
I have to say I love this app! This is exactly what I have been looking for. After reading some other reviews/requests, I agree with all of the upgrades that could happen in the future. The thing that I would like to see is the exact address listed for the calls, and the exact description of what it is. As of right now it only shows the road (no house number) and if it’s a medical emergency. It would be more helpful to see something more along the lines of “Charlie response, 67 year old male, showing signs of cardiac arrest.” Something a little more descriptive would be nice. With all that said I love this app and am looking forward to seeing any improvements in the future!
This is an amazing app and love being able to listen to the fire ground dispatches. Two ideas that I would like to see added to PulsePoint would be to have an option to be alerted for vehicle fires; i am aware that you can currently but they are grouped into traffic accidents additionally. There are many many car accidents a day and it would be nice to filter out just the car fires versus both car accidents and vehicle fires. Also when you click on a call and it takes you to the map, could you possible have “pin drops” of stations within that city we are currently following? Thanks for everything you guys do! Paul
I find it incredible when I use this app and am able to respond immediately to a scene where my lifesaving skills can be productively used. The only problem I have with it is that push notifications alert me of all of the accidents/emergencies within the entire county, and more times than not, the authorities beat me to the incident, and my skills are no longer needed. Kinda wish there was a feature that would alter notifications to alert me within a custom radius of your current location, so I know what emergencies are nearby to me that I can get to as soon as 1 minute 30 seconds. Just a thought.
PulsePoint is a valuable asset. We know what’s coming before we are dispatched. We get a jump on things as well as having pertinent information that allows us to prepare for the run with a significant head start. I also use it when I am out of town, being an EMT I have seen an incoming run for the jurisdiction I am in and realized I was in the same building as the person who called 911. I was with my daughter who is an RN. We were able to intervene several minutes before the fire department was able to get there. I also like having the information regarding location of defibrillators in public places.