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The best emergency apps for wildfires, earthquakes and other disasters
When disaster strikes, you’ll fare better if you’re prepared. It’s important to have essentials on hand like drinking water, nonperishable food, battery powered flashlights and phone chargers or power banks.
What’s on your phone may be just as valuable. You can pull up Google’s Public Alerts to start, and then check out our top 17 apps to help you before, during and after the next emergency — whether it’s a hurricane, earthquake, wildfire or flooding. Many of these Android and iOS apps work both online and off for help during power outages or a loss of cell service…
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