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Police Scanner: Best for Clear Interface and Walkie-Talkie Feature

Police Scanner: Best for Clear Interface and Walkie-Talkie Feature

This unimaginatively but aptly named app comes with a high recommendation—from a retired NYPD sergeant who is an acquaintance of the writer. When you first run the app, it takes you through a short tour of its capabilities. Even the free app has an attractive dark mode, and you can browse nearby and popular police radio channels, designate favorites, and see alerts from around the country.

If you want to listen to police communications before you sleep, the app includes a timer similar to that in TuneIn Radio. It’s 10- code page lets you filter by department and category, so it’s better than a list that may or may not apply to the area you’re listening to. The map feature just shows a pinpoint in the general area of the precinct you’re listening to.

One unique feature in the Police Scanner app is walkie-talkie. No, it doesn’t let you join in on the police’s radio conversation; it just lets you leave short voice messages in the channel for other users of the app. You may hear some salty language, so be warned!

Police Scanner Pro is one of the more pricy apps in its group. You have a choice of paying $2.99 per week, $9.99 per month, or $39.99 per year.

Platforms: iOS, Android

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