I'm Okay

The Peace of Mind app

Get it on Google Play
Do you live alone? Ever wonder how long it would take for someone to find you if you became incapacitated? Are you too fit and young to need a button hanging around your neck incase you fall and can't get up? Do you dislike the idea of asking someone to check in on you every day? Do you have a loved one who lives alone and you can't check on them every day?

For me, I worried about my dog if I died or became incapacitated. How long would he have to go without food, water, and a potty break? My dog depends on me just like a child. I didn't want to let him down.

With the I'm Okay app, your phone will check on you every day and notify someone if it detects a problem. Each day at a time that you specify, your phone will ask if you are okay. Simply tap "Yes" and you're done. If you don't respond, ImOkay will send a text message to a friend or family.

Main screen with nothing set
It's simple to use. Set everything up once and the app will take care of the rest.
Enter user info
Step 1
: Enter user information.

Your name and sex will be used to form on-screen messages and text messages.
Select a contact
Step 2
: Select a mobile phone number to be your contact.

Text messages will be sent to this contact if the app thinks you may be in trouble.

After selecting a contact, tap "Test". A text message will be sent to the contact. Make sure they receive the message.

Select ringtones
Step 3
: Specify ringtones.

Select a ringtone for the initial contact attempt. This is the sound to be played when the app attempts a check-in.

Select another ringtone for the second attempt. This sound plays if the you do not respond to the initial check-in. This sound plays because you didn't respond to the first sound, so select a sould that will definitely get your attention.

NOTE: Sounds will play even if the phone is muted.
Set times
Step 4
: Specify check-in time(s).

At the specified time(s), your phone will ask if you are okay.

The app can check-in on you once or twice a day. Placing a check in "Check twice a day" to specify a second check-in time. This feature gives you a morning and evening check-in.

NOTE: Android System battery saving features may cause the check-in to occasionally be delayed a few minutes.

Step 3
: Enable the app.

At the specified check-in time, the app plays the initial contact ringtone and asks if the user is okay.

Tap "Yes" and the app go away until the next check-in time.

Tap "No" and the app will send a text message to the contact, asking them to check on you.

Do nothing and, after 10 minutes, the app will send a text message stating that you have missed a check-in. If the user does not respond for an hour, the no contact alarm will sound. After another 10 minutes, the app will send a text message asking the contact to check on you.