iResQ is the ideal tool for any Critical Care provider, Flight Paramedic/Nurse. iResQ was developed using it's predecessor, ResQShopPC as it's core template. It will perform all of the functions of it’s predecessor, with the addition of greater functionality and a completely redesigned graphic user interface (GUI). New functions include;
iResQ (for Android)
***ATTENTION ANDROID and DROID USERS***
Google Market is the only place to purchase (legally [sic]) android apps. The software writers (me) have NO CONTROL over Google Market. Believe me, I wish I did, I'd shut it down and fire the people that designed it. The Google Market frequently has problems downloading the applications to the phone. This is caused by poor connection and server overloads as best I can tell. If you purchase the app and it doesn't download, please be patient. When your connection improves and the servers get caught up it will download. Please don't send me email asking me to send you your app or threaten me with a lawsuit over a $9.99 purchase. It just makes me want to pull the product from the market completely, you get mad and you look silly. I can't send an app to your phone any more than you can send me one. If you find a way to refund using Google Market, let me know. To date I have yet to figure that one out and Google doesn't know what 'support' means apparently.
IF YOU CHANGED PHONES....
I get a lot of emails asking me to give another copy of the software to folks that changed from an android based phone to an iPhone. This is the equivelent of sending an email to Bill Gates asking him to send you another copy of Microsoft Office because you went from a PC to a Mac. They're completely different platforms, different softwares, different everything. Bill's answer and Will's answer are the same.
If you changed from one android to another android....
Retrieving previously purchased applications
Your application purchases are tied to your Google Account and can be installed an unlimited amount of times on any device. So, for example, if you remove "My Favorite Game" to save memory, you can reinstall it at a later date with no charge by simply visiting My Apps. You can also re-install apps from play.google.com from the My Android Apps section.
If you are being asked to purchase an application you have already purchased on Google Play on an existing or previous device, you might be using a different account than the one you were using at the time you made your purchase. Because the application is associated with a different Google Account, you are being charged to purchase it again. Additionally, if you are missing certain apps (free or paid), they might be registered under a different Google account. Fortunately, you can recover access to these apps by simply switching the account you’re currently signed into on Google Play.
The process to switch your account is dependant on the version of the Google Play Store app you’re currently using. You can find out which version of the Google Play Store app you’re using by going to Menu > Settings > Applications > Manage Applications > All, and selecting Play Store. The version is listed under the Play Store title. (On Android 2.1 or lower, you might need to select Menu > Filter > All to find the listing for the Google Play Store app)
DROID USERS PLEASE READ! The java code that android uses is quite flexible and is great at demonstrating there's more than one way to skin a cat. As a result, device manufacturers (Motorola) find ways to take shortcuts in their hardcode/OS coding. Because Android doesn't have any sort of quality control inspecting the OS code that various device manufacturers use, we see devices that do not utilize the Android OS correctly. Motorola and their DROID phones are notoriously difficult to write apps for. I don't know what they did but you can bet your DROID will have trouble running this app. Consider yourself warned. In fact, I'll ask you to not buy this app at all. Your $9.99 isn't worth the bad reviews and mean emails. Go get an iPhone like the rest of the us and move forward with your pursuit of happiness and the American dream.