Emergency – American Red Cross MODDED 2022

3.16.3

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Be ready for severe weather and hazards with Emergency by American Red Cross.
4.0/5 Votos: 950
Versión
3.16.3
Actualización
09.03.2022
Requerimientos
5.0 and up
Tamaño
53M
Consíguelo en
Google Play

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Descripción

Help keep your family safe in severe weather, man made/natural hazards with Emergency by the American Red Cross. Monitor conditions in your area or area of loved ones, prepare your family and your home, check to see if loved ones are safe and let them know you’re safe. A must have for anyone who live in areas prone to severe weather or have loved ones that do.

• Free and available in English with a Spanish-language toggle.
• Monitor the people and places you care about with real-time local alerts for severe weather and hazards, including earthquakes, tornadoes, hurricanes, flood, tsunamis, winter storms, thunderstorms, extreme heat, and wildfire and many more.
• Customizable alerting and push notification options.
• Interactive quizzes with sharable badges users.
• Preloaded preparedness and critical emergency content providing instant access even without mobile connectivity.
• A toolkit with a flashlight, strobe light, and audible alarm.
• Map with open Red Cross shelters and other weather-related layers.
• Step by step directions on how to make a family emergency plan .
• We now support Android Wearables 2.6 and above!

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Novedades

We're always making improvements to the Emergency app. In this release we have fixed some bugs and completed some general maintenance

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4 comentarios en "Emergency – American Red Cross MODDED 2022"

  1. Linda Chicago dice:

    Really appreciate this app!! Would suggest being able to turn on/off alerts per location, as needed. If I am not traveling to a selected location, I would like to turn off alerts for it but keep the location in my selected lists. Also, would like to be able to mark each alert as read when many come through in a short period of time and it gets confusing if multiple locations and alerts come in simultaneously. Also, your contact us form did not work.

  2. AnnaGrams dice:

    I love that I can set up monitoring areas for all my family, even customizing the size of the area to be monitored, and if they also use the app, we can easily let each other know that we are safe, if a disaster, such as a tornado, wildfire, or hurricane hits one of our towns. I also love that this app has the capability of not only monitoring my home town, but also any area that I may be traveling in, if I enable location access. Solid app all around.

  3. AM Tellez dice:

    Ok for warnings and watches not great at actual disasters. I’ll get fifteen fire watch notifications but if there’s a fire within view I get nothing. It’s never once alerted me to an earthquake even after I’ve felt one. It did give an alert for a twister touchdown once although it was at the very edge of my range and wouldn’t have been able to get to me so this might be more helpful for people often near tornadoes.

  4. Stacia Kissick Jones dice:

    Stopped working last week when I got dozens of warnings in gibberish (looked like code) when we had no warning. It updated so I thought it was fixed but it wasn’t. Half hour ago had an actual tornado warning, and the app didn’t go off and even when I went out there it said “all clear”. It’s dangerous to provide an app like this that doesn’t work.

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