Hurricane Track for iOS (Free)

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Hurricane Track for iOS (Free)

The app offers eight different live radar animations, local satellites, local forecasts and hazards, and future projected paths and potential cloud formations that can evolve into larger storms.

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NOAA Now (Free)

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) provides the latest information on severe weather, including hurricanes and mainland storms, and satellite views of the United States, Gulf of Mexico, and the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.

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StopDisaster ($1.99)

Prepare for 16 different types of disasters with auto-generated shopping lists to get an emergency relief kit together, countdown timers to alert you to food, documents and medicine expirations, as well as top need-to-know pointers.

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American Red Cross: Shelter View (Free)

This continuously updated listing shows all Red Cross-managed shelters across the U.S., with info on shelter details, specific address and location, and the associated disaster event.

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Ultra Flashlight ($9.99)

This app offers strobe, siren and alarm sound effects, a battery gauge and SOS signal support for emergency situations. They can't find you if they can't see or hear you, right?

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Pocket First Aid and CPR ($1.99)

This app from the American Heart Association could be of help when treating people who have sustained injury during a disaster event, and provides 34 videos and 46 high-resolution illustrations.

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FEMA (Free)

This app from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) offers an interactive checklist for emergency kits, a section to plan emergency meetings and FEMA Recovery Center locations.

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Emergency Radio Police Scanner (Free)

Tap into live feeds for police, fire, EMS, railroad, air traffic, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) weather, the Coast Guard and many more, with an advanced map view to find feeds and built-in scanner codes.

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US Alert

Data feeds from the National Weather Service (NWS) alert you to natural disaster and weather alerts in the U.S., with radar overlay and information on severe weather.

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wikiHow: DIY Survival Kit (Free)

Need help in a hurry? This do-it-yourself (DIY) survival kit covers almost anything you could think of with 140,000 articles, including info on escapes and rescues and extreme scenarios, like how to land a plane in an emergency.

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