Downloaded this during Hurricane Harvey. Seemed okay. Suddenly I'm getting alerts for ReadySantaFeNM, but not for South Texas. Doesn't make any sense. I'm going to have to uninstall now since it is more of a nuisance than helpful.
All I seem to get from this app are alerts for a city 10 hours here in the next state.
Start Over: Slow, slow, slow. Instead of apologising, program a usable app. No more information than a brochure. I couldn't leave the app without restarting. Waste of time.
App won't download. Keeps saying "download interrupted. Check internet connection" but my internet is fine. Funny how the mayor says to download it to keep up with info on the Hurricane but you can't even download it. Piece of junk and I'll just stick with the KSAT app for news on the storm.
Great concept but a little cumbersome to use. Some time lags and drags when switching screens on Android. Would love if a map could be added so that your meeting place, with directions from current location would appear. Again, wonderful and relevant app but needs some tweeking and refining.
Still not downloading. UPDATE: So the app finally downloaded the second part at 10pm. App started but crashed when I tried to look at the map. Also last I checked Forest Park MC never opened. Developers should scrub the data for accuracy.
- Alerts can now display the affected area
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