This topic contains 7 replies, has 4 voices, and was last updated by  Hazydayz 4 days, 21 hours ago.

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  • #106823
     Hazydayz 
    Participant

    Today I was informed by a very helpful police controller about “Blue Sky” app for domestic violence victims. She was a survivor of abuse herself! she told me, it’s a good app to have! Lots of help! Anyone know about this?

  • #106825
     iliketea 
    Participant

    Yes a social worker friend of mine told me about it. It’s free.

    • #106837
       Hazydayz 
      Participant

      Hope it helps?💞

  • #106826
     Braelynn 
    Participant

    I think it’s called Bright Sky app…..?

    • #106838
       Hazydayz 
      Participant

      Yes, that’s it! What you think? 💞

  • #106874
     Hazydayz 
    Participant

    ⬆️

  • #108021
     Eggshells 
    Participant

    Just a heads up. If you are still with your OH and you have the Bright Sky app please be very careful. Bright Sky is supposed to be disguised as a weather app so that anyone looknig at your phone will just bypass it and not deem it suspicious.

    However, I’ve just spotted an article published by the BBC on 1st May titled “Coronavirus lockdown: Boots offers safe space for domestic abuse victims”. In the article they refer to Bright Sky calling it a domestic abuse app. This renders it’s disguise as useless. Please be very careful if you have this app.

    • #108024
       Hazydayz 
      Participant

      Thankyou Eggshells 💐

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