Police Scanner

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    Police Scanner's review

    Published: 2015-04-09, by .

    Be up to date on everything that is going down, close to you and thousands of miles away

    • Channels from all around the world
    • More than 3,000 channels to choose from
    • No options to save favorites
    • Ads

    "Alert, alert!"


    Police Scanner Radio is the most celebrated app out there to listen to police and fireman radio broadcasts. With this simple app you can listen to channels around the world, from Antigua and Barbuda to the Virgin Islands, passing through Germany, Greece, to the US.


    Night or day. Whenever you want. You can listen to the most famous police broadcasts in the world, streaming live. We like it because it is easy to use and it has more than 3,000 feeds that always work. Guaranteed.


    Sadly, if you really like a particular channel on Police Scanner Radio, you can't save it as a favorite. It also has ads, which are annoying at times.

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    by Cecília

    Apr 09, 2015


    Police Scanner Radio brings you more than 5,000 police, fire, rescue and other radio feeds over 3G or WiFi. You can search for channels in the U.S. and other countries by country, state or province and county. Find channels close to your location based on GPS or 3G/WiFi triangulation. You can save your favorites, listen in the background, and get instant access to new feeds as they come online.

    Use Police Scanner to monitor exciting police, fire, and rescue frequencies, stay abreast of these activities in your area, and be prepared for disasters or other emergency situations.

    It's like Jersey Shore, but not really.
    Whether you like reality shows or hate them, you'll love listening in on real police, fire and rescue communications. Police Scanner Radio brings you more than 5,000 channels including public safety, air traffic, marine and amateur short-wave frequencies, all easily searchable.

    Find sources close to you.
    When you could hear your neighbors yelling over your own TV, you knew what they were up to. It's when they suddenly got quiet that you had to wonder. No more! With Police Scanner Radio, you'll know as soon as the authorities do!

    Never boring!
    Find channels with the most activity and listeners. Search U.S. feeds by state and county. Also search international feeds using Police Radio.

    Roger, Porkchop. Whut's yer 20?
    Learn new words, and new ways of combining familiar words. We were going to list this in the Education category, but everyone laughed. So here it is in News. Seriously, though, check out the features:

    Logicord LLC makes no claim of any kind about the availability of any specific communications channel, frequency or data feed. Feeds are added and removed from time to time outside the control of Logicord LLC. Please see for more information about the feeds.


    More than 5,000 radio feeds delivered to you over 3G or WiFi
    Simple, intuitive screens
    Search U.S. and international channels by country, state and county
    Find channels close to your location based on GPS or 3G triangulation
    Save your favorite channels
    Listen in the background as you use other apps
    "10 Codes" and CB Lingo
    Get instant access as new feeds come online

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    Users comments for Police Scanner

    Juan Vela III

    by Juan Vela III

    Oct 27, 2017  |  "Awesome"


    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Oct 23, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Keeps me informed

    Elaine Spahe

    by Elaine Spahe

    Oct 08, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Is nice u can hear everything on here of what go on in Albuquerque, NM..

    carlos w

    by carlos w

    Oct 01, 2017  |  "Great"

    Works great!

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Sep 08, 2017  |  "Great"

    I think it's realistic live reports

    Jay Shoffstall

    by Jay Shoffstall

    Aug 11, 2017  |  "Great"