Mobile Justice APK

Version 5.9.5 -

Mobile Justice apk

APP Information

Download Version 5.9.5 (905)
Apk Size147.52 MB
App DeveloperACLU Affiliates
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android7.0 and up

Download Mobile Justice 5.9.5 APK

App Description

Mobile Justice is aclu,mobile,justice,video,players,editors, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 5 by 1 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit ACLU Affiliates website who developed it. apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 7.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 5.9.5 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 130+ times on store. You can also download APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

Whether at a protest, a traffic stop, or in public space, you have the First Amendment right to record law enforcement.
Empowered by the American Civil Liberties Union, the Mobile Justice app is one way you can put a check on law enforcement misconduct wherever, whenever.
With this app you can:
• Record and submit incidents directly and securely to your local ACLU using your phone camera.
• Share your livestream recording with up to three trusted contacts you input.
• Get urgent notifications and action alerts from your local ACLU.
• Access the ACLU's full library of "Know Your Rights" information offline.
Keep justice within reach. Download Mobile Justice.

App ChangeLog

  • This version features a new startup experience, and includes performance & reliability improvements for video recording on Google Pixel devices. Thanks everyone for your helpful reports!

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Google Play Reviews

  1. David C Cardillo-avatar

    David C Cardillo

    Unusable. How is one meant to fill out an incident report while recording? How is one meant to associate an incident report with any previously uploaded video? Most important: how does one *delete* videos or prevent them from uploading? I did a short test - now the ACLU is reviewing my basement rug (allegedly). Honestly, the Mobile Justice New Jersey app from ACLUNJ works so much better. Why is there no parity?

  2. smith wesson-avatar

    smith wesson

    I can't trust this app. I think the developer should look at this as I do, this app may some day save my life or at the least save me jail time. The idea is great but there's no telling if it's working. Both video & audio need a way to determine if there functioning properly, also to, how do you know if your actually uploading anything. Long story short, this is the only android app of it's kind I can find on playstore. I can't trust it so I'm not going to use it.

  3. Stephen Isakson-avatar

    Stephen Isakson

    I'm in Florida, why does it force me to upload to Alaska ACLU?

  4. Joel M Stewart-avatar

    Joel M Stewart

    Fantastic idea! Permits user to input trusted contact phone numbers and select state. Then, if one records with this app, the video is sent to those trusted persons and to a state ACLU representative. I have no way to verify it really works, and no debug mode or test mode exists.

  5. Jason Thompson-avatar

    Jason Thompson

    Absolutely phenomenal concept. Even better if they could send the data immediately rather than when it stops. This is safety.

  6. Robert Sallie-avatar

    Robert Sallie

    This app is terrible, it will not open with default

  7. Logan Broliath-avatar

    Logan Broliath

    Great idea, worst implementation. Extremely buggy. Also needs a couple things. 1. A way to delete videos. Videos can be uploaded accidentally, or turn out not to be needed. Plus, it would free up space on the ACLU servers. 2. You need to be able to record with your screen turned off. If your screen is locked, while video is recording/uploading, there's not much police can do about it. I recommend the ACLU look into how Bambuser used to work. That was a great way to record police interactions.

  8. Michael Seydel-avatar

    Michael Seydel

    Was very excited to have this installed. Opened it up and tried to go through the flow. Somehow this app had issues with LastPass I'd never seen before, but eventually I put in my contacts, and then it prompts me to take video...? I don't want to submit a video right now, and I don't want to have to put my trusted contacts info in before recording a police encounter. From what I can tell this is worse than Facebook Live or even just recording to your own device. The UI does not make it obvious what's going on at all.

  9. John Belanger-avatar

    John Belanger

    Great idea, horrible execution. Test video function didn't work. Real video didn't save (just black screen). Don't trust this to record anything, it might not work at all. The "Know Your Rights" info is the only useful part of the app. But if you are trying to record video, use something that always works, not this glitchy app that kept crashing when I tried it.

  10. Mike Mains-avatar

    Mike Mains

    I can't play back my own videos in the app. On my phone, the files are just 1KB. I can't be sure they're receiving videos that can be watched. That said, I watched the data usage and about a minute of video seemed to use up 20MB of data. This needs fixed. Right now I have no trust that this works.