All Crime Data at your Fingertips with Crime Compass for your iPhone

| May 18, 2011 | 0 Comments

With today’s free App for iPhone you can feel saver in the UK – have all crime data for the UK at your fingertips. Crime Compass shows you the crime level of your location and surrounding areas, down to street level. A neat, easy-to-use application that helps you to stay safe in the UK. Helps you with selecting the right area to live. Just start your app near the flat or house and you’ll see immediately, how save or dangerous the district and even surrounding districs are.


  • High resolution, down to neighbourhood level
  • Map view
  • Crime Compass to show you the crime levels around you, using colour codes (blue is very safe, green is average, red signifies high levels of crime.)
  • Fast and easy to use
  • Data from UK Office of National Statistics and Ordnance Survey
  • Zoom in or out from 250m to 4km
  • Accurate crime level readings that take account of your GPS location accuracy
  • Sortable text view of local areas and their crime levels
  • Get alerts when moving to and from high crime areas
  • Give feedback on the area to help fine-tune crime readings
Crime Compass for iPhone Screenshots

See on a map the crime-rate of surrounding areas, or just have a look on the compass.

Our Rating:

Very good tool for relocation and to check, if your real estate agent is a honest one…

User’s Rating in UK’s App Store:

no ratings until now


(3,3 MB)

Good to know:

  • Regular price is £1.19
  • Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 4.2 or later.

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Category: App of the Day, Apple iOS, Apps for iPhone and iPod Touch

About the Author ()

Markus Burgdorf started reviewing apps in January, 2010. Until now he has tested more than 10,000 apps for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Mac. He is a consultant for app-publishers and companies, which want to have their own app. Working with App Agency he's always consulting his customers for more success having a better user experience in mind.

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