There are frequent earthquakes somewhere in the country and the world. In this case, Google is going to take over soon. In some countries, Google will launch an earthquake alert feature. Google has not yet given information about when this feature will be launched in India.
Users will also get the option to turn off earthquake alerts.
Google’s Earthquake Alert was already for some areas of the US, but now it has also been issued for Greece and New Zealand. Android users will also have the option to turn earthquake alerts off and on. Users of Washington, US, received an alert about the earthquake in May last year through Google. According to a report by The Verge, Google has some limitations of this service. Google’s alert may have been received a few seconds earlier, which is not very long. People located far away from the earthquake center get its information some time back.
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