Emergency apps for your iPhone @MamaKautz

Disaster Alert (by Pacific Disaster)
“PDC Active Hazards currently includes:
– Global events (Observational Sources): Hurricane/Tropical Cyclone, Drought, Earthquake, Tsunami, Volcano. Major events (News Sources): Floods, Manmade, Marine, Storms, Wildfires.
– Hawaii Only (Observational Sources): National Weather Service High Surf, High Wind, Flood.”

“WISER (Wireless Information System for Emergency Responders) is a mobile application designed to assist first responders in hazardous material incidents.”

Red Cross
Tornado, Hurricane, Earthquake, WildfireShelter Finder

Ub Alert Disaster Alert Network
“Our ubAlert app gives you all the information you need when it comes to disasters happening across the world. With data collected from both verified sources and users like you, you’ll instantly have access to everything you need to know about an event. Alerts contain basic event details, impact statistics, maps, images, videos, and more. You can instantly share alerts with friends and family members to get them out of harm’s way via email, Facebook and Twitter.”

Disaster Readiness ($1.99)
“Disasters hit when you least expect it and this guide will help you and loved ones be ready to rebound from almost any DISASTER quickly and safely.”

You can read about more apps by going to 31 Days of Emergency Preparedness {Apps}

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