The one-off price includes sending text and email messages. There are no further subscription costs or suchlike.
You can set three reporting times per day but in practice we think that a setting of once a day will be enough for the majority of users. A setting of several times a day might be seen as being intrusive and also increases the risk of false alarms. However, the choice is of course entirely up to you.
You are of course free to choose any time convenient to you, but around midday is recommended as it allows time for your contact person to react to any (false) alarm. If you set a late time your contact person could, for instance, already be asleep and might not appreciate a false alarm...
No, not at all. You can notify the app one hour in advance and do so by simply pressing the button. For a reporting time of 1 p.m. you can therefore notify Vivalert from 12 noon.
Vivalert also operates on tablets and similar devices, but the advantage of a smartphone is that the owner nearly always has this at hand. This may not always be the case with a tablet, which increases the risk of false alarms. The functionality of Vivalert depends strongly on its consistent and correct use. False alarms may undermine the motivation of your contact persons.
Vivalert is completely advertisement free and contains no in-app purchases.
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