Alerts too often. The same event will result in dozens of alerts. I already know about the thunderstorm, stop telling me. The app can get alerts for multiple locations, but I had to delete all my secondary locations because they notified too frequently. And now I'm considering turning off notifications entirely, which defeats the entire purpose of the app!😡
Ok as far as it goes, but alerts for ANY change in the weather. Oh, it's going to rain. Oh, it's going to be colder. Fema has obviously never read the boy who cried wolf. I wanted an app that would alert for emergencies, like fire in my area, etc. I don't need to be told five times in one day that rain is coming
This is ok but what I was really looking for is something that will make my phone go off when there's a severe weather alert in my area. This notifies me but it doesn't make any sound. I don't have the built in thing :/
Preparations require education on priorities , never enough and I been through a 9.2 mag quake with a lessor populace. You cannot prepare enough lest you let supplys spoil. Fema great outfit, good program goals and capabilities
This app could be very useful, except that it consistently sends multiple alerts, often a dozen or more within a short time. This excess makes the app ineffective, since at some point you just ignore it; or worse, turn it off to stop the endless deluge of redundant messages. I would like to have the access to the information, but I have had to remove the app.
After a six month trial: This app consistently gives the fastest weather alerts; it even beats the local military base. I solved the redundant alerts issue by selecting one county location at a time. I just have to remember to manually update my location when traveling.
Bug fix for Weather Notifications.
Current weather conditions and forecasts for 1.5 million locations worldwide.