As a sender of an alert you can view your own alert timeline and communicate with your network of responders through the Wearsafe chat feature, but the audio files will not be accessible to you.
While an alert is open, Wearsafe uses your phone’s microphone to collect audio of your situation and send it to your network. If we allowed you to listen to your own audio files, it would interrupt the recording process and likely confuse the people who are coming to your aid.
Starting with iOS 12.4 and including all versions of iOS 13, Apple has chosen to prevent all apps beginning recording of audio when they are not the active app. This means that users of Wearsafe 1.10.3 and older, who are also using iOS 12.4 or newer, can only start audio recording when the Wearsafe app is in front and the screen is unlocked or if they have turned on Wearsafe Rewind.
While Wearsafe is investigating solutions to this issue, we recommend enabling Wearsafe Rewind any time you believe you may need to use your Wearsafe Tag. Turning on Rewind will allow your iPhone to properly begin recording audio with the app in the background or your screen locked while running Wearsafe version 1.10.3 and older.
After an alert is closed, access to the alert information including audio is disabled for subscribers and responders both.