St John NZ CPR & AED app

An app for anyone wanting to do CPR (cardio-pulmonary resuscitation) or information on how to use an AED (automated external defibrillator) – we provide a brief summary of this app.
St John NZ CPR & AED app By St John New Zealand
  • Education and information
  • Guided CPR
  • Guided use of an AED

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Country of origin

New Zealand

User reviews


Cost Free

What does the app do?

This app provides simple, easy-to follow steps on how to perform CPR in adults, children and infants. It uses clear, well designed illustrations to guide the user through the CPR steps, and step-by-step illustrations on how to use an AED (automated external defibrillator). For a more detailed description of the app, see iTunes(external link).

St John NZ CPR & AEDs app screenshots


  • Once downloaded, no internet access is necessary for tutorials.
  • Very clear, easy to follow illustrations.
  • The side swipe option makes navigation through the steps easy.
  • The app has a “CPR Timing Assist” feature, allowing users to hear beeps or feel vibrations to help with consistent chest compression timing.
  • Has the option of 3 different language settings — English, Maori, Chinese. 

Read more about the St John CPR Mobile App(external link)

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Review details

Date of review: November 2016
Platform reviewed: Android
App version: 1.9
Download size: 45 MB

App developer
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