Mobile apps have become a huge thing in Singapore and the government is not far behind to come out with its own set of apps. The apps have made the life of Singaporeans easier and it keeps things transparent between the government and the people. The mobile apps are helping people to reach out to the government for any query or help as and when required. The services are fast and prompt. The apps make sure that the citizens make the best use of government services.
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The Latest Government Apps Used In Singapore
ACRA on the go
The ACRA on the go is the official mobile app of the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority of Singapore. If you are looking for businesses registered in Singapore, then this is the app for you. The database contains the entire list of companies and using the AGM calculator you can check the latest general meeting of any company. Currently it is available only on iOS.
The ActiveSG app allows you to access sporting facilities and sports programmes for the public. It was launched by the Sports Ministry of Singapore and has since seen more than 100,000 downloads. The app has an eWallet and on registration you get $100 as credit. You can use the credit to pay for your entry into gyms and swimming pools. It is available on both Android and iOS.
The interactive Diet and Activity Tracker or iDAT was launched in 2011 by the Health Promotion Board of Singapore. Health apps have been around for a long time in the app market but the authenticity of the apps can be questionable. The iDAT is undoubtedly one of the best health apps and helps you check your calories and provides nutritional information about local foods. It is available on both Android and iOS.
Planning for an overseas trip? Download the MFA@SG app for a hassel-free journey. After you register yourself on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs app, you can access information on visa requirements, travel notices, and other important enquiry. It is available on both Android and iOS.
Launched by the Housing & Development Board of Singapore, this app gives you information on new and existing flats. Whether you’re looking buy new flats or ones that can be rented, this app is perfect for users looking for information about homes in Singapore. You can also check for resale prices of old flats and genuine prices of houses in HDB blocks. The app is available on both Android and iOS.
MOH iHealth SG
A healthcare app started by the government has seen over 10,000 downloads immediately after its launch. The app provides a comprehensive guide to every healthcare facility in Singapore. The list inclides hospitals, doctors, clinics, medical experts, health professionals and nursing homes. The app is available on both Android and iOS.
To know about the weather and environment in Singapore use the myENV app which provides valuable information about the weather. In addition to weather forecasts, the app gives readings on pollutants, air quality and other related information. There is also a database of hawker centres and their locations. Alongwith weather information, the app rates food outlets based on the level of hygiene. Using the app, you can also find out the energy efficiency levels of electrical appliances. The app is available on both Android and iOS.
The mySCDF app was launched by the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) in 2013. It allows the public to take pictures of fire hazard and report them immediately. It also provides information on emergency procedures and techniques. It also teaches the user to handle a fire extinguisher. The app is available on both Android and iOS.
train timings, bus timings, traffic news, and everything realted to transport is available on the myTransport app. The app is available on both Android and iOS.
The NLB Mobile is used by library users to borrow books without visiting a borrowing station. The app is used to scan the barcode on the books, the details of which get automatically updated to the NLB server. You can also check fines and the books you have borrowed. The app is available on both Android and iOS.
Fighting crime has never been more easy with the Police@SG app. It uses GPS to track a caller and provide immediate help. You can check for crime statistics, news related to crimes, and other valuable information. It’s easy to locate the police station nearest to you and lodge a complaint or call for help. It was launched in 2011 for iOS and the Android version came out in 2012.
Want o know everything about the Singapore budget? Let the Singapore budget app help even when you are on the move. The app is available on both Android and iOS.
The government app gives all the news and insights of the government and provides every information on your fingertips. It gives you the latest news, videos, and highlights of the happenings within the Singapore government. The app is available on both Android and iOS.
The OneService app helps the public report any municipal issue they can find in the city. It could be about health, environment, pest, animals and construction.
The OneService also includes the MyInfo portal where you can securely store all personal details and can access it any time you you use a government service.
These mobile apps launched by the government have been highly successful. In the long run, these government run apps will equip the people of Singapore with useful problem solving tools. In the coming few years more apps will be released for the public and will cover every sphere of their lives.