So far, useless False alert in Paris today, 500 metres from where I was. Supposedly an alert sent out, but I didn't receive one. Also notification of evacuation of train stations would be useful as I have happened upon two just this week alone (both times at Gare du Nord) without any prior notification of what was happening. The stars are purely for the good intentions.
Excellent idea! While it's a pity that we have to be so careful, it's great to see technology being used to keep people alert. - You might review the language though. ZipCode for example is an American trademark and may not be understood by some people outside the US. Postal Code is universally understood. Also it's not clear that you can enter the city/town/village name rather than the code as the field doesn't mention it. It's a great concept though and I hope it helps to keep people safer.
A good start Great but too bad that int'l cities just right next to the border (ex. Geneva) couldn't be listed. Not French, I know but...
Géo-localisation Great concept, work needed on key words to make finding easier in app store, says you can save 8 favourite locations but keeps insisting on activating Géo-localisation...? Please get a native English speaker to check your "translations"..., oh and it's a 12MB app with no data capture - REALLY...?
no Islamic warning? Arabs manouche goptik. We need to know where and any accumulation. All a danger to security. Wake up please.
Miserable job How great is to have an application that keeps quiet when something happens! Yesterday when the attack in Nice happened, the application stood quiet for over two hours...
+ Abonnement à une ville (tous arrondissements) : Lyon, Marseille, Paris.
+ Notification de fin d'alerte (géolocalisée et sur abonnement).
+ Notification d'alerte en cours pour les abonnements.
+ Recherche de villes plus intuitive.
+ Optimisation de la consommation de la batterie.
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