Just a dollar to safeguard every home from fire & burglary…

24 Nov

‘HomeAlert’ is the world’s first $1 application to communicate the warning of ‘ringing home fire/burglar alarm’ immediately to your phone when you are away from your home.

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On detecting fire/burglary at home, the home fire/burglar alarm starts ringing. If you are at home, you hear the ringing alarm sounds and act to stop fire/burglary.

But what if you are away from home when the home fire/burglar alarm starts ringing?

Naturally, you will not hear the warnings sounded by ringing home fire/burglar alarm if you are away from home. Therefore, you cannot do anything to minimize the risks of possible fire/burglar hazards.

‘HomeAlert’ is a first application  to provide an automatic technique to communicate the warning of ‘ringing fire/burglar alarm’ immediately to your phone while you are away from home.

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When the home fire/burglar alarm starts ringing, the ’HomeAlert’ application initiates an automated call from your iPad kept at home to your Phone to alert you about the fire/burglar alarm warning ringing in your home.

On getting the fire/burglar alert on your phone, necessary steps to stop the fire/burglary hazards can be taken.

‘HomeAlert’ app  will shortly be available for download from Apple Appstore for $1.

Previously launched ‘FirstFireAlert’ was  a Home Fire alert application.

Now ‘HomeAlert’ is a combined Home Fire and Burglar alert application.

FirstFireAlert Named in 5 most Innovative Apps:

http://visionwiz.net/2013/11/5-innovative-webapps/

FirstFireAlert Review:

http://feedmyapp.com/review/turn-your-ipad-fire-alarm-when-you-are-away-home/

FirstFireAlert Press Release:

http://www.pr.com/press-release/524337

FirstFireAlert in US news:

http://www.naplesnews.com/news/2013/oct/28/turn-your-ipad-into-your-home-fire-alert-system-11/

If you are loving reading all of this, here are the Step by step instructions on how to start using ‘HomeAlert’ app now…

Please watch the ‘HomeAlert app demo video’ at the top of this page and then follow the steps exactly as described below:

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Step 1 – Installation:
Install the ‘HomeAlert’ app on your iPad. You also need to install and sign up for a free account of ‘Line2 app on both your iPad and your phone. After signing up, you will get your iPad’s ‘Line2’ number and your Phone’s ‘Line2’ number. The ‘Line2’ app can be downloaded free of cost on both your iPad and your phone as in fig (a) below.
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Step 2: Save ‘Line2’ Phone number
After installing the applications, enter your Phone’s ‘Line2’ number in the text box of ‘HomeAlert’ app installed on your iPad and press “Save” button as in fig (b) below.

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Step 3: Test Fire alarm

Make sure that your iPad is kept at home with Wi-Fi connected and your phone has Internet connected while using this ‘HomeAlert’ app at all times.

Place your iPad at a convenient place near one of the actual fire alarm installed in your home and start ringing the actual fire alarm installed in your home at its peak volume. Immediately then, Press “Start App” in HomeAlert app as in fig (c) below. Let the fire alarm keep ringing and leave the app running till a call initiates automatically from the iPad (Wi-Fi connected) to your Phone (internet connected) as in fig (d) below. If a ‘Line2’ call initiates automatically from your iPad to your phone as in fig(d) below, then the ‘Test Fire alarm’ was successful.

If a ‘Line2’ call did not initiate then redo Step 3 till a automated call initiates from iPad.

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Step 4 : Test Burglar alarm

Place your iPad at a convenient place near one of the actual burglar alarm installed in your home and start ringing the actual burglar alarm installed in your home at its peak volume. Immediately then, Press “Start App” in the HomeAlert app as in fig (c). Let the burglar alarm keep ringing and leave the app running till a call initiates automatically from the iPad (Wi-Fi connected) to your Phone (internet connected) as in fig (d). If a ‘Line2’ call initiates automatically from your iPad to your phone as in fig(d), then the ‘HomeAlert’ app is ready to use.

If a ‘Line2’ call did not initiate then redo Step 4 till a automated call initiates from iPad.

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Step 5: In Use

Re-launch the ‘HomeAlert’ app and Press ‘Start App’. You can see ‘In Use’ appearing in text box as in fig (e) below. Leave the app running while you are away from home. If the fire/burglar alarm installed in your home starts ringing, the HomeAlert app initiates a ‘Line2’ call from your iPad (Wi-Fi connected) kept at home to your Phone (internet connected) while you are away from home. If the fire/burglar alarm does not ring then on returning home, Press ‘Stop’ to stop ‘HomeAlert’ app.

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Using ‘HomeAlert’ app:

While leaving home, keep the ‘HomeAlert’ app running on your iPad kept at home as described in step(5) which is ‘In Use’. The iPad must be kept at home with Wi-Fi connected and your phone must have internet connected to be able to alert you.

‘HomeAlert’ is not foolproof & is not a substitute for your responsibility.

We would love to hear your comments at firstalertapps@gmail.com

‘Patent Pending’

Deepesh Shah, Sarita Rane and Vaibhav Shah…

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Just a dollar to safeguard every home from fire…

17 Oct

The latest invention “FirstFireAlert” iOS app is the world’s first $1 app that converts your iPad into your home’s fire alert system.

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Fire Alarm

On detecting smoke or fire at home, the fire alarm starts ringing. If you are at home, you hear the ringing fire alarm sounds and react accordingly to stop fire.

But what if you are away from home when the Fire alarm starts ringing?

Naturally, you will not hear the warnings sounded by ringing home fire alarm. Therefore, you cannot do anything to minimize the risks of possible fire hazards.

‘FirstFireAlert’ is a first application  to provide an automatic technique to communicate the warning of ‘ringing fire alarm’ immediately to your phone while you are away from home.

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When the home fire alarm starts ringing, the ’FirstFireAlert’ application initiates an automated call from your iPad kept at home to your Phone to alert you about the fire alarm warning ringing in your home.

On getting the fire alert on your phone, you can take the necessary steps to stop the fire hazards.

‘FirstFireAlert’ app  can be downloaded from Apple Appstore for $1.

Here’s the itunes link:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/firstfirealert/id603333743?ls=1&mt=8

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Note for prospective Investors: 

We are currently working on marketing of FirstFireAlert application for iPad/iPhone.

We are creating a similar FirstFireAlert application for  Desktop and Laptop so as it can be used for everyone and not just iPad owners.

We need funding for sustaining our development efforts and for marketing so as to create awareness of this useful application worldwide.

FirstFireAlert named in 5 most Innovative Apps:

http://visionwiz.net/2013/11/5-innovative-webapps/

FirstFireAlert Review:

http://feedmyapp.com/review/turn-your-ipad-fire-alarm-when-you-are-away-home/

FirstFireAlert Press Release:

http://www.pr.com/press-release/524337

FirstFireAlert in US news:

http://www.naplesnews.com/news/2013/oct/28/turn-your-ipad-into-your-home-fire-alert-system-11/

If you are loving reading all of this, here are the Step by step instructions on how to start using ‘FirstFireAlert’ app now…

Please watch the ‘FirstFireAlert app demo video’ at the top of this page and then follow the steps exactly as described below:
Step 1 – Installation:
Install the ‘FirstFireAlert’ application on your iPad. You also need to install and sign up for a free account of ‘Line2’ application on both your iPad and your phone. After signing up, you will get your iPad’s ‘Line2’ number and your Phone’s ‘Line2’ number. The ‘Line2’ application can be downloaded free of cost on both your iPad and your phone as in fig (a).
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Step 2 – Save ‘Line2’ Phone number:
After installing the applications, enter your Phone’s ‘Line2’ number in the text box of ‘FirstFireAlert’ application installed on your iPad and press “Save” button as in fig (b).

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Step 3 – Test Mode:
Make sure that your iPad is kept at home with Wi-Fi connected and your phone has Internet connected while using this ‘FirstFireAlert’ application at all times.

Place your iPad at a convenient place below one of the actual fire alarm installed in your home and start ringing the actual fire alarm installed in your home at its peak volume. Immediately thereafter, Press “Start App” in the application as in fig (c). Let the fire alarm keep ringing and leave the application running till a call initiates automatically from the iPad (Wi-Fi connected) to your Phone (internet connected) as in fig (d). If a ‘Line2’ call initiates automatically from your iPad to your phone as in fig(d), then the ‘FirstFireAlert’ application is ready to use.

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If a ‘Line2’ call did not initiate then redo Step 3 till a automated call initiates.

Step 4 – Use Mode:
Always make sure that your home iPad has Wi-Fi connected and your phone has Internet connected while using ‘FirstFireAlert’ application.
Re-launch the application and Press ‘Start App’. The mode would have changed to ‘Use Mode’ as in fig (e). Leave the application running while you are away from home. If the fire alarm installed in your home starts ringing, the application initiates a ‘Line2’ call from your iPad (Wi-Fi connected) kept at home to your Phone (internet connected) while you are away from home. If the fire alarm does not ring then on returning home, Press ‘Stop’ to stop ‘FirstFireAlert’ application.

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Using the ‘FirstFireAlert’ application:
While leaving home, keep the ‘FirstFireAlert’ application running on your iPad kept at home as described in step(4). The iPad must be kept at home with Wi-Fi connected and your phone must have internet connected to be able to alert you.The ‘FirstFireAlert’ application is not fool-proof and is not a substitute for your responsibility.

We would love to hear your comments on the ‘FirstFireAlert’ app at firstalertapps@gmail.com

‘Patent Pending’

Sarita Rane, Deepesh Shah and Vaibhav Shah