InCaseOf brings iOS 8-like Emergency Card to iOS 7 [Jailbreak Tweak]

incaseof1You never know when you’re going to be in an accident or when an emergency will arise. With InCaseOf, you can have all your vital information right there, accessible, on your lock screen. It is similar to emergency card feature that will be available in iOS 8, but for now, if you’re jailbroken you can grab this today.
Usually, when an accident happens, the first thing someone will do is call 911, then they may grab your phone to contact your wife, husband, mother, father, or I.C.E – which is why they should always be labeled as such in your contact list. If you’re not familiar with the term I.C.E, it stands for In Case of Emergency. So you should always have that saved as one of your contacts since it’s pretty well known knowledge and people will look for it while going through your contacts list if you happen to be in an accident. But, InCaseOf makes this incredibly easy to do.
After you’ve downloaded this tweak for $0.99 you’ll need to set it up with all the correct information. Hop into the InCaseOf settings and make sure that it is enabled. You may need to toggle it on and off again in order for the I.C.E. to appear on the lock screen. Once it’s enabled, tap on configuration. This is where you’ll set up everything from the button appearance to all the important medical information.

Start by entering your name, whether you’re an organ donor, your address, birth date, and blood type. You can also add some additional information if needed to the blood type section. Then input any type of allergies you have, medical history information, and finally your “In Case of Emergency” contact name and phone number.
Once you’ve filled everything out, you’ll be able to access it by going to the lock screen and swiping over to the passcode screen. You’ll notice a new button in the bottom right or left hand corner (depending on what you selected), just tap on it and it will display all of your important information.
At the very bottom you’ll even see your emergency contact with a call button that will easily allow someone on your device to tap that call button and  let them know of the situation.


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