France gets national emergency app for Euro 2016
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Since last year's tragic Paris terrorist attacks, France has been under a state of emergency. This month, it is hosting the UEFA Euro 2016 football tournament and has 100,000 soldiers and police on the ground for security. Now, for extra support, the French government has introduced the free SAIP app for smartphones to aid communication in a national emergency. The smartphone app, which translates as 'Population Alert and Information System', was created by Devreryware and is available in French and English. Once downloaded, SAIP provides silent push notifications to citizens in the event of a suspected terrorist attack or other…
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