AED Map Vienna | AED locator & CPR assistant

One of my latest apps just went live. It is a map that let’s users easily find the next AED (automatic external defibrillator) and provides informations such as exact location, access times & estimated walking time.

It also contains a reanimation assistant with a quick guide, metronome for keeping the ideal rhythm for chest compression and timer showing the time elapsed (which can be an important information for arriving paramedics).

You can also call an ambulance from within the app. If you click the “Emergency” button either a countdown starts before calling EMS to prevent accidental calls or it launches the new EMS app if installed because that also sends your current location to the EMS while calling.

I created a few settings to customize the app experience like changing the maps look, choosing different metronome sounds and turning on/off voice guide and EMS-app launch.

For now it is still a public beta because I want to make sure that there are no problems.

Extensions used:
TaifunTools, TaifunSettings, Helios Dialogs, Andres Cotes Actionbar / Sidebar Paid / Nara ViewAddon / Listener / DialogAny

Hope you like the idea / app design!

Best, Chris


thank you for using the tools and settings extensions
keep up the good work

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I would like to try It…It is not available

yes that’s because since it is location based it wouldn’t make sense to publish in Play Stores outsite Austria :wink:

hey, can u tell me what this screen content is

is that blogs?

it is a quick guide to CPR :wink:

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can you share .aia file please

It seems to be a bit uncorrect register to a community and immediately ask for .aia in all #SuccessfullyTHUNKd post, you don’t find it? A community is a place where to look for help and give help to others not a shopping centre.
Sorry for being so direct but I think so.



actually i am a begginer

I guess. And so wellcome! Watch tutorials and try to start with simpler app. An app like @Chris one is a very complex app. Maybe you are looking for .aia to alayze and study for learning but, again, I suggest to start from simpler app with simpler goal.


ok thanks for your suggesation


I do not share .aia files unless stated otherwise. That is due to multiple reasons…

  1. I often use paid extensions that I cannot share
  2. I do not want to share the source off all my work just to find clones of my app
  3. some .aia files of mine are connected to (e.g. location based) data and sources that it would not make sense to share the .aia because it won’t work without them.

I think @giorgiospugnesi is also right with recommending to learn the basics first and that it is not very appropriate to just ask for .aia files in the #SuccessfullyTHUNKd category. I can tell you that seeing somebody elses file won’t really help you understand - when I did in my beginner time I just got even more confused - thats like starting to learn coding and looking at the sources of an app like Facebook :sweat_smile:


Check out the Thunkable YouTube channel, there are lots of great videos for getting started:

A very good way to learn App Inventor is to read the free Inventor’s Manual here in the AI2 free online eBook … the links are at the bottom of the Web page. The book ‘teaches’ users how to program with AI2 blocks.
There is a free programming course here and the aia files for the projects in the book are here:
How to do a lot of basic things with App Inventor are described here: .

Also do the tutorials to learn the basics of App Inventor, then try something and follow the Top 5 Tips: How to learn App Inventor