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CO Exposure Notifications

CO Exposure Notifications

Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment

Colorado's official Exposure Notification app.

3.3 Ratings 586+ Reviews 100K+ Downloads

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Colorado's official Exposure Notification app.
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Ratings & Reviews

3.3
586+ Ratings
  1. 5
    49+%
  2. 4
    5+%
  3. 3
    6+%
  4. 2
    7+%
  5. 1
    33+%
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  • Dec 18, 2020

    By Laura van der Pol
    So excited to have an app to help inform about potential exposures. Thank you, CO DPHE!!
  • Nov 11, 2020

    By Solomon Geigle
    Excellent design with regards to privacy and seems to work seamlessly in the background. If you read the reviews here very few negative reviews actually have anything to do with the app itself or it's capabilities. It's interesting how people are happy to give you identifiable information for no real reason, but get all concerned when it's something that actually benefits the public and doesn't give up identifiable information.
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  • Nov 21, 2020

    By beezle
    This is an excellent tool. I think they could do a better job informing people on how they get the code to start the notification part though. For those interested, the health department can generate the code for you when you receive a call from a contact tracer. You cannot just trigger it based on a positive test result. Please answer the phone when they call after you have been tested or call them back.
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  • Nov 19, 2020

    By Nate Evans
    It does work for sharing a positive result! But don't go into the app because you'll get stopped at the verification code part. Instead wait for a text message from the health department - click on that link and follow the steps. It does share that way! You'll even see evidence that it was shared in the app. Would have given 5 stars but no explanation about the verification code or follow up text was given.
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  • Jan 14, 2021

    By Daniel Michels
    App is fine and has not caused issues that I know of. It's completely useless. I work in retail and with the infection and positivity rates in the Denver Metro and suburbs you would think I'd have come in contact with someone who had tested positive over that month I've had the app.
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  • Dec 31, 2020

    By Heather Musick
    I find as others have said not getting notified. I would also like to see the areas in which covid is reported and numbers. This app seems pretty useless. I hope we as coloradoans aren't having to pay for this. It's clearly broken and doesn't work. Going to delete hate wasting space on my phone.
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  • Dec 18, 2020

    By Adam Zmiewsky
    It seems rather useless. It's entirely dependent upon people reporting themselves. It's never reported a possible exposure until today. There is a zero chance that I don't encounter at least one covid positive person within a hundred feet of myself on a daily basis. The possible exposure was seven days prior to the notification. It said to quarantine immediately... Seven days ago. Yikes.
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  • Jan 9, 2021

    By david cummings
    The app seems great (simple, unobtrusive, easy to use, no major privacy issues) but what good is the app if people can't easily report their covid results? Why haven't they partnered with testing facilities to provide this code automatically upon getting a positive result? I've had this app for months and haven't gotten a single notification ever
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  • Dec 25, 2020

    By charles hershberger
    The app appears useless. I tested + . When I try to enter the result, it asks for one time verification code. After extensive searching, I was unable to learn how to get the verification code.

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  • Dec 18, 2020

    By Laura van der Pol
    So excited to have an app to help inform about potential exposures. Thank you, CO DPHE!!
  • Nov 11, 2020

    By Solomon Geigle
    Excellent design with regards to privacy and seems to work seamlessly in the background. If you read the reviews here very few negative reviews actually have anything to do with the app itself or it's capabilities. It's interesting how people are happy to give you identifiable information for no real reason, but get all concerned when it's something that actually benefits the public and doesn't give up identifiable information.
    more
  • Nov 21, 2020

    By beezle
    This is an excellent tool. I think they could do a better job informing people on how they get the code to start the notification part though. For those interested, the health department can generate the code for you when you receive a call from a contact tracer. You cannot just trigger it based on a positive test result. Please answer the phone when they call after you have been tested or call them back.
    more
  • Nov 19, 2020

    By Nate Evans
    It does work for sharing a positive result! But don't go into the app because you'll get stopped at the verification code part. Instead wait for a text message from the health department - click on that link and follow the steps. It does share that way! You'll even see evidence that it was shared in the app. Would have given 5 stars but no explanation about the verification code or follow up text was given.
    more

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  • Jan 9, 2021

    By david cummings
    The app seems great (simple, unobtrusive, easy to use, no major privacy issues) but what good is the app if people can't easily report their covid results? Why haven't they partnered with testing facilities to provide this code automatically upon getting a positive result? I've had this app for months and haven't gotten a single notification ever
    more
  • Dec 21, 2020

    By G Fitz
    My wife works with covid patience. So needless to say, she is in contact with covid positive people. Her app says "no contact". Four people I work with have it. Nothing from the app. Broken. 😠Wish it worked better . Merica, thanks
  • Jan 1, 2021

    By QueenSarah Urena
    My phone hasn't worked right since..tells my blue tooth is off when it's on..stupid
  • Jan 14, 2021

    By Daniel Michels
    App is fine and has not caused issues that I know of. It's completely useless. I work in retail and with the infection and positivity rates in the Denver Metro and suburbs you would think I'd have come in contact with someone who had tested positive over that month I've had the app.
    more
  • Dec 31, 2020

    By Heather Musick
    I find as others have said not getting notified. I would also like to see the areas in which covid is reported and numbers. This app seems pretty useless. I hope we as coloradoans aren't having to pay for this. It's clearly broken and doesn't work. Going to delete hate wasting space on my phone.
    more
  • Dec 18, 2020

    By Adam Zmiewsky
    It seems rather useless. It's entirely dependent upon people reporting themselves. It's never reported a possible exposure until today. There is a zero chance that I don't encounter at least one covid positive person within a hundred feet of myself on a daily basis. The possible exposure was seven days prior to the notification. It said to quarantine immediately... Seven days ago. Yikes.
    more
  • Dec 25, 2020

    By charles hershberger
    The app appears useless. I tested + . When I try to enter the result, it asks for one time verification code. After extensive searching, I was unable to learn how to get the verification code.
  • Dec 14, 2020

    By Steven Groesbeck
    Won't Enable. Every time I try to enable it says something went wrong. Others gave the same issue. I emailed app maker. No response. I hope CO isn't paying for this broken app.

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