I Am Prepared!: Prepare for Emergencies Like Floods, Earthquakes or ZombiesJune 19, 2012 No Comments
Prepare for the end of the world or your latest Zombie attack with the “I am Prepared!” app. You keep up with the necessary items you need to survive whatever 2012 throws at you.
If you don’t think Zombies will in fact attack and take over, you can use the app for all your normal emergencies like floods, earthquakes, etc.
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The problem with emergencies is that… they are emergencies. Unpredictable. Uncalled for.
Snow storms and floods; black-outs and hazardous material leaks; earthquakes and tornadoes; local riots and regional wars… Too many things may go wrong. Too many for not getting prepared!
So, if you’re a hard-core TEOTWAWKI prepper, an amateur SHTF survivalist, or simply a rational, reasonable person…
This app is for you and your family!
And yes, it may also be helpful for planning camping trips etc.
“I Am Prepared!” will help organize your emergency supplies by subjects (e.g. food, shelter) and by categories within the subjects.
For each item you can provide: name, category, target and actual quantities, units, and an optional expiry date.
When you add an item, 2 reminders will be automatically set up on your phone: one for the expiry date, and another 90 days (modifiable) before that.
“I Am Prepared!” is a beautiful, vibrant, true Metro style app.
The home screen hosts the panorama view with tiles representing all the sections.
For each section you get an intuitive indication of its items’ preparedness state: each tile gets filled with green as you match the actual quantities of its items to the target ones.
Another view shows 2 global status indicators: stock and expiry.
Each section shows the items grouped by categories.
Each item has separate color-coding (green-yellow-red) for the expiry status, for the quantities, and for the overall status.
If you pin the app’s tile to your phone’s home screen, you’ll see the status snapshot on the back of the tile.
The app will generate and e-mail a shopping list with missing or expired items.
New in 2.0: SkyDrive back up and restore of the catalog.
New in 2.1: Grab-and-Go checklist.
Trial version is almost fully functional (items number is limited to 100, and some settings can’t be altered).