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Emergency Apps For Your Smartphone

Whether something happens to you or you are put in a situation where you must help another, it’s imperative to be prepared. So keep your life-saving apps where you store the rest of your life.

Emergency Apps – Preparing for an emergency as well as knowing what to do in the midst of a crisis — is now as simple as opening up an app on your smartphone.


Here’s a list of apps aimed to help you before or during those unfortunate times of need:


I’m OK!

Tell your friends and loved ones that you’re OK in the event of an emergency. It sends a single “I’m OK” text message to its server and sends the message to your friends and family.

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Close Call

On your iPhone’s wallpaper, display your phone number, a secondary phone number, medical conditions, allergies, prescriptions, etc., and an image of your choice.

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Pocket First Aid & CPR

From the American Heart Association, everything you need to know about first aid & CPR guidelines is now in the palm of your hand. Read articles, view high-res images and videos.

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Emergency Radio

Know what’s happening in your area with this award-winning police scanner app. It offers the most extensive database of live police, fire, EMS, railroad, air traffic, train, NOAA weather, coast guard, HAM radio, and other frequencies.

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Be prepared for an earthquake and know what to do if one strikes with QuakeAware. Information about essential survival items and safety considerations is stored on your phone so you can access it anytime.

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Disaster Survival

This app helps provides basic information on how to be prepared for a disaster as well as help create a disaster plan for your family. Educate yourself and your children with Disaster Survival.

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