Last August, Google announced plans to build the world’s largest earthquake detection network with our Android phones, but as usual from some cities in the United States, and so far, we hadn’t heard from.
Today, Google gives us good news by announcing the international expansion of the system Android Earthquake Alerts
Android’s seismometer begins international expansion
Countries lucky to receive Android earthquake alerts are Greece Yes New Zealand. Now, Android device users will be able to receive an alert when an earthquake occurs in the area.
Through Google Play services, last year the company turned our Android devices into mini seismometers
This Android earthquake alert will notify the user of the magnitude of the earthquake and how far you are from the epicenter. Moreover, when you open the notification, it will show you tips on how to stay protected.
Currently, only users in California (United States), Oregon (United States), Greece and New Zealand Android native seismic alerts are available. Google reports that Washington will arrive in May and that they hope to add more countries soon.
Via | Google
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