May 13, 2015

A Few Prepper Apps You Should Have

I actually have these apps they are all great ones. I have download a lot of free apps that I ended up getting rid of. My Fav is the first one. I actually keep it on at my desk at work to here what is going on around my co workers goof on me because of it.  A lot of these are available on google play. (some preppers will not download from google play because there are some tracking issues with google but I think if you have a cell phone or go online...they have already tracked you)

Your local PD and FD scanner. I have this app and love it. I get real time what is happening around my city...has a large list of citys to choice from and it is FREE (I have this one get all of my area)

Ok This app offer so much that you need to go to the page and read it all!!!!!!! that good! Over 175,000 reference guides!

  • BootPrint - Pocket Survival .99 Cents Click Here

Tracks your cell tower locations for safety, in case you need to backtrack with no cell service. It records the location of the last working cellular signal you received via GPS so you can backtrack to it and (hopefully) make a call. 


Wild Edibles provides an intuitive and easy to use interface for identifying and using wild edible plants, drawing on the outstanding publications and extensive knowledge of "Wildman" Steve Brill.

Leafsnap is the first in a series of electronic field guides being developed by researchers from Columbia University, the University of Maryland, and the Smithsonian Institution. This free mobile app uses visual recognition software to help identify tree species from photographs of their leaves.

Leafsnap contains beautiful high-resolution images of leaves, flowers, fruit, petiole, seeds, and bark. Leafsnap currently includes the trees of the Northeast and will soon grow to include the trees of the entire continental United States. Leafsnap's high-resolution images were created by the conservation organization Finding Species.

When disaster strikes, be ready with Red Cross Shelter to find vital, disaster-related information. Find Red Cross Shelters, be notified with important messaging from the American Red Cross, and even get real-time information from the Red Cross Disaster Newsroom.

 The U.S. Army knows how to train their personnel to survive. Their field manual is the most authoritative guide on survival. This app provides a complete reference guide on basic survival, evasion, first aid and recovery information. If you are an outdoor enthusiast, this app may be essential to your survival.

 Disaster Alert (by Pacific Disaster Center) is a free download providing mobile access to multi-hazard monitoring of and early warning for “Active Hazards” around the globe. Additional information and reports about hazards can be viewed and shared.

 When hazardous substances are involved, delays can place lives in danger. Aimed at first responders and HAZMAT units, , Wireless Information System for Emergency Responders is designed to assist with identification of hazardous substances, provide guidance on removal or disposal, and place crisis maps at user’s fingertips.

Song for this post has to be  No Phone by Cake




  1. You may also want the following:

    Compass App.
    KnotGuide App.
    SAS Survival Lite App.

    All are free.

    1. @Mark. You are so right. I just wanted to keep to a short list. But those apps are musts!

  2. too bad all these are apple apps. I only use android.

  3. My Fav is the first one. I actually keep it on at my desk at work to here what is going on around my co workers goof on me because of it. A lot of these are available on google play. Monitor Kids Computer