We believe this can be achieved through providing people with reliable and honest information about drugs, and getting members of the community actively involved in this process.
We encourage app users to submit the results of colorimetric reagent tests that they have conducted on their own, so they can alert the people in their area about possible dangers. This is especially important in the countries, where the laboratory drug checking services are not yet available.
Based on particularly dangerous batches which have been identified. This can be drugs which are something completely different than what they were sold as or ones which contain contaminants or adulterants. .
Allows you to input your weight and see any identified ecstasy pills which may be particularly dangerous for your body weight.
Contains information on how you can reduce the harms caused by the use of psychoactive substances. It explores drug-related factors, expectations, settings/environments and mixing drugs It was created with support from our friends
Helps you find and connect with local harm reduction services
Describes the legal consequences for the use, possession and trafficking of drugs in various countries.
TripApp was created by a consortium of three non-governmental organizations.
The use of psychoactive substances is still a social taboo and in plenty of countries even possession of a small quantity of drugs is a criminal offence. That is why we are taking the privacy and safety of TripApp users very seriously.
We believe that the best way to protect your personal information is not to have it in the first place. That’s why the TripApp will ask very few questions about you.
So in order to be able to send you alerts about dangerous substances in your area, we will need to ask which city you are currently in. You can change the city anytime. In a similar way, we will ask you for the city name when you want to look for harm reduction in your area, so we know what place you are interested in.
One of the most important factors when deciding what dose of a substance is dangerous, is ones bodyweight. The lower the bodyweight, the smaller the dose should be. That is why if you want to receive Dose Smart alerts that are relevant for you, you will need to type in your bodyweight. This information is not stored on our servers or in the app, so you will need to type it manually everytime
Metadata included in the pictures, such as GPS location or author’s name, will be automatically removed by the app before being uploaded to our database.