FEMA Releases Android App Just in Time for Hurricane Irene


Great timing, FEMA! The folks at FEMA have released an Android application that’ll help people during natural disasters while on the go. Interactive emergency kit checklists, Disaster Recovery Center locations, shelter locations, safety information during specific disasters and more are all available to you in this package. You’ll want to get this especially if you’re one of several hundreds of thousands of people set to meet hurricane Irene sometime late tomorrow. Go ahead and download the free application in the Android market. [FEMA via AC]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. I wonder how many millions it cost the government to code a half assed android app?

    1. What is it with you tea baggers?

    2. How many brain cells did it take you to make your half assed post?

      1. After Justin Bieber, everything named Justin is half assed.

    3. 65 million people are in Irenes path,and if it turns out to be what they’re forecasting, the damage total will be billions. What’s a few million to save some lives?

    4. I think what he’s trying to say is that it’s a simple app that anyone could have made but was probably given a huge budget.

      1. Do we know this for certain, or is this just more false paranoia rhetoric?

        1. I just started a rumor that the blue helmets will be harvesting the bone marrow of new borns to feed gay aliens.

  2. Be careful someone has already released a ” fake version” of it called FEMA MOBILE…

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