Would be ok if it had anything to do with 2012. Has nothing but silly adds
SGS2 Not really it.
You can monitor natural disasters around the world, as published by the Global Disaster Alert and Coordination System - www.gdacs.org. The app shows the latest natural disasters like earthquakes, volcano eruptions, tropical cyclones, tsunamis and floods as color coded icons in a list as well as on a Google Maps backdrop; the icon colors indicate the alert level - green, orange, and red. The icon will look more transparent the older the event was published. The list view can be used to sort the natural disaster events according to the datetime, region, and disaster type. Clicking on the item will bring up more details about the disaster event.
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Is the world coming to an end? Our app keeps you up to date on the latest natural and man made disasters, religious predictions, rapture and apocalypse news, and anything else that could kill us all in 2012. We cover every catastrophic event, from earthquakes and volcanoes, to solar flares, food shortages, the polar shift, and even Planet X's predicted flyby. All the disaster news that fit to alert you to.