Mobile Apps

FEMAC has been monitoring smartphone apps pertaining to emergencies since 2013.
Although FEMAC is developing a personal emergency app, it is recommended to always have alternate sources for communications.

Below is a list of mobile apps that have been developed for some sort of emergency purpose. If you would like to submit an app to post, please submit via email to newsletter@femac.us
NOTE: FEMAC’s disclosure of the sites are not for endorsement or not.
Many apps only last a short time so we have moved them to the bottom of the list.
Some apps are free while others may require an individual or company one-time or annual fee.

Facebook’s Safety Check

October 15, 2014:During a major disaster, Safety Check will help you:
– Let friends and family know you’re safe
– Check on others in the affected area
– Mark your friends as safe

ePact

IamAlive

Athoc

Google Finder (Person Finder)

RSOE

RedCross

eULAT

Code for Resilience

National Grid US

Plert

Meal Train


No longer active

RapidFTR

2009: Family Tracing and Reunification
Created by a masters thesis at New York University

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