Earthquake -American Red Cross



    Earthquake -American Red Cross's review

    Published: 2016-01-04, by .

    A great way to learn about emergencies and be prepared for one

    • It's useful
    • Lots of features
    • Clean user interface design
    • Too many notifications
    • No easy settings change
    • Force closed once

    "The Red Cross In The Palm Of Your Hand"


    Are you looking for a way to keep track of information, especially in an emergency. Do you need to know what to do in the event of a tsunami or earthquake? Well, this app has your information right here. Look for real-time alerts and keep in touch when you need to.


    There is a ton of information in here that is useful in an emergency. The extra emergency features, like the strobe light, make for added usability. It loads up quickly, has a good user interface design and doesn't use up too many resources or drain the battery.


    The notifications come fast and heavy. There also should be some clearer instructions on how to manage alerts and notifications. It force closed once and had to be reloaded.

    Tags: earthquake by american red cross


    by William

    Jan 04, 2016

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    Michael Z

    by Michael Z

    Jan 20, 2017  |  "Good"

    Doesn't show all earthquake warnings in the list. Fix it please

    Jonathan Jose

    by Jonathan Jose

    Dec 20, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    It is the best

    Frank Herrera

    by Frank Herrera

    Dec 14, 2016  |  "Poor"

    Several earthquakes in my area and got no info.

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Dec 11, 2016  |  "Poor"

    Perfectly good app was updated and now no longer works

    Tamara Dawkins

    by Tamara Dawkins

    Dec 11, 2016  |  "Poor"

    App sucks, you take all this time adding people and selecting alerts and it wipes everything back out. Dont waste your time

    Myrna Santiago

    by Myrna Santiago

    Dec 05, 2016  |  "Good"

    i live near the coast and the alert is received 13-15 minutes after, which leaves practically no time for evacuation.