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St Johns App

St Johns Mobile App

For the first time ever this life-saving app is available for Android and Windows Phone devices and brings great new content to all platforms - including infant and child CPR - and Windows Phone users can have CPR instructions spoken to them by their handsets and pin shortcuts to the different CPR techniques on the home screens.

The app can be downloaded for free from the iTunes Store, the Google Play Store or WindowsPhone.com

(The St John CPR app is compatible with any iPhone or iPod Touch running iOS 6 and above, devices running Android 4 and above, and Window Phone 8 handsets. It can also be installed on iPads but not all features are supported.)

Thank you St Johns!

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