WIWAS Floodwater-Warner – WIWAS is an app that warns you of floodings in Austria, Germany and more…

WIWAS Floodwater-Warner

WIWAS is an app that warns you of floodings in Austria, Germany and more…

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WIWAS is an app that warns you of floodings in Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Slovenia and along the Danube.

It notifies you (vibration, signal, on screen) about potentially dangerous gauges on rivers so you are able to react accordingly. The app loads river data periodically and alerts you when a given threshold (set by you) is reached.

Advantages:
* You don’t need to check gauges by yourself repeatedly.
* There will be new stations/rivers available in the app every month. Write us river requests to data@pegelalarm.at.
* You can configure thresholds and monitoring intervals accordingly.
* Low energy consumption and data transfer rates

GaugeAlert allows you to prevent damages by floodings for everyone based on free data!

We are happy to hear from you (feedback, enhancements, river info, bugs) via office@pegelalarm.at.

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Data sources: sobos.at/partner.html

See detail information and download apk file for android: https://goo.gl/lUfpTX

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