The American Red Cross is at it again. Not content to leave Android users uneducated, unprepared, and therefore unsafe, it's released yet another well-designed app into the Play Store that could potentially save your life. The organization's latest offering should help you in case you ever find yourself endangered by a flood.

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As someone who lives on top of a mountain (okay, I'm on the East Coast, so it's more of a glorified hill), my flood plan consists largely of looking down and wondering where all the water went. Yet for people living in flatter places, near rivers, in valleys, or on the more threatening side of a mountain, I highly recommend giving this app a look.

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Like most of the other apps the Red Cross has released, this one is available for free, and there are no ads to get in the way. It comes with advice on what to do before, during, and after a flood, so any time's a good one to give it a go.

Flood - American Red Cross
Flood - American Red Cross