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An app that warns you if you have a suicidal friend

REVOLUTIONARY: The Samaritans Radar App screens for concerning keywords in posts (*Picture posed by model)

A REVOLUTIONARY app called the Samaritans Radar will screen for people who could potentially be suicidal.

The app, which will be used with Twitter, can detect words and phrases that are commonly used by people who are feeling depressed and suicidal and will alert friends of the user who is posting these messages.

Once you see such posts, you can reach out to the person and help them before they do something to hurt themselves.

This is truly a great way to help volunteers reach more people in need and also allow for the signs of depression and suicidal thoughts to been seen by others.

The app is getting a lot of great feedback from many different sources and it has become one of the most popular and widely used apps for a great number of people who feel that they want to be able to help those in need.

Those who publish suicidal posts on their social networks are usually crying for help and this app provides a platform that can save many lives and offer people a helping hand in their time of need.

The Samaritans Radar App is opening the way for technology to start making a huge difference in the lives of people all over the world.

There is no need for anyone to be suffering alone and the use of mobile technology is going to make it a lot easier for no one to ever feel this way again.

Twitter is leading this revolution with this app, but we’re sure that other large social networks like Facebook will probably start to come up with apps that are made for this particular purpose.

There is no question about technology being extremely good for this sort of thing and the positive side of it outweighs the negatives.

You can download this app for free today!

Sharon Callix
Award Winning Social Media Consultant

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