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City Mobile Apps
What's an app?
The City App, or application, refers to software used on a smartphone or mobile device such as the Android, iPhone, BlackBerry or iPad. Here is a selection of apps that the City currently offers:

My San Jose - Your new way to request City Services
Report potholes, graffiti, illegal dumping, abandoned vehicles and more. Download the app from the Apple App Store or Google Play. Not a smart phone user? No worries! You can use My San Jose features right here

SJPL   
SJPL, the mobile app for San José Public Library, lets you locate and search your library catalog wherever you are. If you are a library card holder in and of the San José Public Library below, you can locate books, movies, music and more with easy search features designed for mobile devices. Learn more...

San José Fire Department's PulsePoint App
This application allows members of the public who are certified in CPR to be notified through their phone of a person in need of CPR who is within walking distance in a public location. The app also features real-time monitoring of dispatched events, notifications for certain event types as selected by the user, connection to an online photo sharing site and ability to monitor Fire Dispatch radio channels. The PulsePoint app is available for free download at the Apple App Store and in the Android Market.

P3 Mobile Crime Tips
San José residents can now use their iPhones® and Android™ based smart phones to send anonymous Silicon Valley Crime Stoppers tips to the San José Police Department. The service, called P3 Tips, allows cellphone users to send anonymous tips online, including photographs and videos, using a custom "App" from a mobile phone.

Get the iPhone App
Get the App for Android phones
Or visit the App store for your device and search for "P3 Tips".

THIS SERVICE IS FOR REPORTING TIPS TO AID INVESTIGATIONS, 
NOT FOR REPORTING CRIMES IN PROGRESS! 

TO REPORT A CRIME IN PROGRESS, CALL 911 OR (408) 277-8911.