iScan - Police and Fire Scanner
By Bean's Bytes, LLC
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With iScan you can listen to live police and fire feeds so you know what's going on in your own backyard.
- Save your favorite feed for easy access
- Police codes so you can better understand what they're saying
- Share what feeds your listening to via Twitter and Facebook
- Feeds will continue to play in the background
- Play and Pause feeds via the app icon in the dock
- Ability to add custom feeds
- New York Police & Fire
- Las Vegas
- Baltimore City Police & Fire
- Washington D.C. Fire
- Green Bay
- Salt Lake City
- Pittsburgh Fire
- Washington County, PA Fire and Police
- Comanche County, OK Fire and Police
- St. Louis
- Many more...
Is your area not listed? Email us at email@example.com and we'll try our best to add it for you!
Notice: iScan does not own or maintain any feeds and can not ensure the quality or if they are online. Feeds are subject to change or be removed.
What's New in Version 2.1
- Added a map
- Added back the ability to switch which codes list is used
Great app and support
This app works flawlessly and the support is probably one of the best I have seen. I wish it was a ‘prettier’ app, but the features, updates, and support are so good that I couldn’t even take a star away from it based on aesthetics. I also think that as this app matures, so will the look. An in app volume control would be nice thing to add, maybe make it look like itunes with a circular play/pause button and a “glass” display showing info already on the header (feed & whether or not it is streaming).
The developer will add any requested feeds VERY quickly (if that feed is available), but I think it might be easier for them if they could get the all feeds available (including international).
This is a must have app that is well worth the price.
Great and awesome support
Great app right out of the virtual box. For those of you wondering if your local city or county is covered? Don’t worry initially mine was not. However, as instructed I emailed the developer my city, state and county and they were added within 24 hours.
Please note, the developer is recent high-school grad and working his way through college (read his website). I love to support the youth working their way through life.
I am in a remote area of North Georiga - our feeds were not included in the list of supported locations. I simply sent an email off to Beans and they immediately add the feed for here. In fact, the one I told them we needed turned out to be offline (maybe permanentaly), so I contacted them again and told them to use a differenct one and they again added it within hours. Customer service like this is unheard of these days - buy stuff from these guys - they are the greatest