RedAlert was developed by volunteers to provide real-time rocket alerts for Israeli citizens.
This application is based on real-time data provided by the Home Front Command (Pikud Haoref), which makes it extremely fast, reliable and stable.
The "Media / Photos / Files" permission is required for custom alert sound selection.
★ Search - select preferred alert cities / regions by searching for them
★ Speed - rocket alerts are received before / during the official siren
★ Stability - custom alert notification servers that greatly improve alert speed and reliability
★ GPS - receive rocket alerts in your area automatically in addition to city / region selection
★ Countdown - rocket alerts will display the estimated time until impact
★ Connectivity - check, at any time, whether your device is able to receive rocket alerts via the "self-test" option
★ Smart - the application will override silent / vibrate mode to sound rocket alerts
★ Broadcast - let your friends and family know you are safe by sending an "I'm safe" message via the app
★ Sounds - choose from 15 unique sounds for rocket alerts
★ Vibration - your phone will vibrate in addition to playing the selected alert sound
★ History - display the list of daily rocket alerts, their location, and time of day (in your local time)
★ Translation - the app has been translated to multiple languages (Hebrew, English, Russian and Spanish)
★ Scalability - the app is deployed to a cloud service which scales automatically to provide alerts to all users
1. This application was developed by volunteers and is not owned by the military, country or Home Front Command.
2. The application is not a replacement for the official rocket alert systems, use it only as a supplement. In case of unstable connectivity, the application will not be able to receive rocket alerts.
3. Please adhere to the Home Front Command's official instructions for when a rocket alarm goes off:
The app is open sourced on GitHub:
Special thanks to:
1. Alina Badner for the Russian translation
2. Nathan Ellenberg for the Spanish translation
3. Matteo Villosio for the Italian translation
4. Rodolphe Moulin for the French translation
5. David Chevallier for the German translation
6. Eden Galant for Siren 1 and Siren 2 in sound selection