It does what it's told Once you get through the login and setup, and the what seems an extensive account validation process, it's mostly okay. The basics are there, but it could definitely use some spit and polish. I'll probably uninstall after this storm blows through and stick with the web version on my computer.
The Perfect Alert App! With the latest update, this app works like a charm. Easy to use with no log-on or connectivity issues. If you had problems with the older version (like I did) try the updated app. You won't be disappointed.
Very Impressed Local Parks & Rec recommended. I'm a senior who uses their services. Not only do I get their alerts, but also the local info on senior services, school closures, and public transportation is showing during adverse weather conditions. Recommending to friends and family.
Works, but man is it ugly Works great for alerts and notifications, but God forbid you wanna browse local news and alerts. To do so you have to scroll through a massive list of items that has to keep loading every few entries. No way to search or add subscriptions through the app. This app really needs to be rebuilt from the ground up
Can't create an account It won't let me create an account without choosing an organization to receive updates from (why can't I just subscribe to an umbrella of regional agencies?) and then it just shows me an update screen for that organization without creating my account. Frustrating.
Cannot get it to work So far this is a worthless app taking far too long to get working.
v1.1.2 - Major rebuild of the app with a newer framework. Feature-wise, this should be fairly identical but this should resolve the network state detection problem that some people were experiencing. More material-themed now.
v1.1.3 - Fixed missing icon art. /facepalm
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