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Ten Totally Free Survival Apps...
The survival apps in your cellphone are waiting to be unleashed!
One of many ways your cellphone can help you survive is a
survival app. The downside of any survival app is that they're
electronic. They'll help you get through a crisis as long as the
battery life of your Kindle Fire.

Trying to learn some survival skills or build more knowledge? A
survival app can help. Below are some of the best survival apps...

Ten Totally Free Survival Apps
Part of your everyday carry, your cellphone already has some
built in tools. There are standard apps such as a camera, a
calculator, a compass, a memo pad and much more, but as a
prepper you should have the free
NOAA weather app, pictured
right or the free
NOAA now app.

Today's survival apps are ingenious! When you combine a
cellphon ewith an app can gain you a Global Positioning Unit, a
compass and much more.

Survival Apps:

#1: Doomsday Preppers (free game).
Before you get deep into the serious survival apps, have some
fun! The
Doomsday Preppers App is a free game download, you
can add bunker friend using code 877996a. After level 7 you get
a free tunnel. With the code, you can claim free supplies for your
bunker.

Based on the popular National Geographic Channel TV show by
the same name, Doomsday Preppers challenges you to prepare
for a new (and even more fabulous) life below the ground. Design
a multi-level dream bunker complete with everything you need
for post-apocalyptic bliss, from a gym to a greenhouse to a disco
bar! Flush out your subterranean palace one floor at a time while
measuring and improving your survival skills along the way, so
that you can extend your underground lifespan – and keep on
building!

While this game is absolutely free to play, you have the ability
to unlock optional bonuses via in-app purchases from within the
game. You may disable in-app purchases in your device settings
  • 140 floors to build ~ how deep will you go?
  • Six types of floors: Shelter, Security, Food and Water,
    Science, Workshop and Recreation
  • More than 315 products to prep and store
  • More than 150 male and female customizable avatars to
    choose from
  • -Play with other preppers, including your Facebook friends

#2: Lite SAS Survival (free).
The Lite SAS survival free app is written by former SAS soldier
and instructor, John "Lofty" Wiseman. It's an excellent
companion to his million-copy world wide best seller the
SAS
Survival Handbook for any climate in any situation, pictured lower
right.

SAS Survival Guide Lite, pictured immediate right, is the free
version of the complete SAS Survival Guide. This educational app
provides you with a bare bones guide to wilderness survival. Jam-
packed with basic survival tools, you'll be equipped for any
expedition to the outdoors with this entry-level guide in your
arsenal. It includes basic survival information, such as building
fires, finding water, a nd navigating by the stars. Plus you'll
understand more with photo galleries of cloud spotting, night sky
navigation, and more. Love knives? Check out the video of 'Lofty'
Wiseman demonstrating knife skills!

If you like the SAS Survival Guide Lite, then you'll want to pay for
the
SAS Survival Guide. It's well worth the $5.99. This application
brings you the elite training techniques of Britain’s toughest
fighting force in the most accessible version ever. Now you can
take the original set of world-class survival skills with you
anywhere in the world – from the peaks of Kilimanjaro to the
deserts of Kandahar…or to your closest national park.

The SAS Survival app has much of the same information of
Wiseman's original book, but it's in app form. Having the app is a
great way to access the wealth of data in the book.

This fully self-contained app includes:
* Full text of the bestselling book optimised for the iPhone (over
400 pages)
* 16 videos providing invaluable survival tips from Lofty himself
* Photo galleries of Animal Tracks, Knots, Edible, medicinal and
poisonous plants, sea creatures and snakes
* Morse Code signalling device
* 100+ question quiz to test if you've got what it takes to survive
* Survival Checklist
* Sun Compass
* Search tool to scan entire book by subject
* Extreme Climate Survival: sections on surviving Polar, Desert,
Tropical, and Sea
* Comprehensive First Aid section

An Internet connection is not essential for using this app and all
content resides within the app download.

This Application Requires Permissions:
  • Access the flashlight
  • Access the list of accounts in the Accounts Service
  • Access the vibration feature
  • Open windows using the type TYPE_SYSTEM_ALERT, shown
    on top of all other applications
  • Write to external storage
  • Access fine (e.g., GPS) location
  • Access coarse (e.g., Cell-ID, Wi-Fi) location
  • Open network sockets
  • Access information about networks
  • PowerManager WakeLocks to keep processor from sleeping
    or screen from dimming
  • Required to be able to access the camera device
  • Read from external storage
  • Create mock location providers for testing
  • Read or write the system settings
  • Allows an application to receive messages via Google Cloud
    Messaging

#3: American Red Cross.
With simple step-by-step instructions guide you through
everyday first aid scenarios, The
American Red Cross app is good
to have and fully integrated with 9-1-1 so you can call EMS from
the app at any time.

Get safety tips for everything, from severe winter weather to
hurricanes, earthquakes and tornadoes help you prepare for
emergencies. It's preloaded content means you have instant
access to all safety information at anytime, even without
reception or an Internet connection. Videos and animations make
learning first aid fun and easy. Mashable rated this app as one of
the 10 Online Resources to Prepare for the Mayan Apocalypse."

#4: NOAA Weather app.
Weather from NOAA is a compilation of the latest weather and
imagery from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration. Included is the latest weather for the Atlantic,
Pacific and Indian oceans; animated satellite views of the entire
world; images from the Environmental Visualization Laboratory;
marine information from the NDBC; the worldwide ultraviolet
index; the latest US severe weather alerts. The content can be
shared by email and on any social media installed on the device.
Data is courtesy of NOAA, NASA and other sources where
indicated.

The
NOAA Now app page provides the latest information from the
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration including:
  • hurricanes, typhoons and tropical storms in the Atlantic,
    Pacific and Indian oceans
  • worldwide animated satellite views
  • the latest worldwide marine information
  • US mainland storms, including the latest tornado and
    severe thunderstorm alerts
  • animated radar for the US
  • animated US forecast chart
  • a cool dark mode

#5: LastDay on Earth app.
The Last Day on Earth survival game is another free app to help
you with prepping (or at least have fun imagining possible
scenarios).  The survival shooter Last Day on Earth is set in a
post apocalyptic world: in 2027 the world saw an outbreak of an
unknown infection that destroyed almost all the human race. And
it didn’t stop there. All those dead started turning into zombies
and those few survivors that have resistance in their blood are
trying to survive on the ruins of the once great world.

And now the survival of your character is only in your power!
Keep an eye on your character’s life stats such as hunger and
thirst, collect valuable resources for crafting, create weapons and
transport of different types or use what you have at hand: a bat
or a road sign. Everything will come in handy for killing dozens...
hundreds…thousands of zombies!

Defeat intruders to your land not only with your power but also
cunning – construct fortifications with traps or go raid other
survivors’ territories for the sake of rare loot and resources. After
all people can do anything to survive.

Hardcore fans will have plenty to do in tough seasonal locations.
Before going to a desperate trip, equip your survivor with the
most crushing weapon to hunt wild animals and destroy crowds
of mutated zombies. One can reach seasonal location on a
transport that’s available for crafting. Moreover if you pass the
wall on the west of the map you will enter an online location
where with a special costume on, you will be able to interact
with other players.

Explore the large and deep-laid world of Last Day on Earth!
Upgrade your hero, equip your house, loot abandoned territories,
hunt wild animals and other survivors – the new world has new
rules. Will you survive in conditions like these? If so, what price
are you ready to pay?

#6: Survival Manual.
The Survival Manual app is a fully working offline resource to
really get you started prepping. The app contains info on how to
make fire, build a shelter, find food, heal and other useful
content in a case of emergency. Because it's off line, you can
take this with you camping and get quickly to the business of
honing your prepping skills. Ignore the author's political bias,
you'll still get some basic information to
get started prepping,
and this app is totally free!

Survival Psychology:
- A Look at Stress
- Natural Reactions
- Preparing Yourself

Basic Medicine:
- Requirements for Maintenance of Health
- Medical Emergencies
- Lifesaving Steps
- Bone and Joint Injury
- Bites and Stings
- Wounds
- Environmental Injuries
- Herbal Medicines

Shelter:
- Primary Shelter—Uniform
- Shelter Site Selection
- Types of Shelters

Procuring water:
- Water Sources
- Still Construction
- Water Purification
- Water Filtration Devices

Creating fire:
  • Basic Fire Principles
  • Site Selection and Preparation
  • Fire Material Selection
  • How to Build a Fire
  • How to Light a Fire

Procuring food:
  • Animals for Food
  • Traps and Snares
  • Killing Devices
  • Fishing Devices
  • Cooking and Storage of Fish and Game

Survival uses of plants:
  • Edibility of Plants
  • Plants for Medicine
  • Miscellaneous Uses of Plants

Poisonous plants:
- How Plants Poison
- All About Plants
- Rules for Avoiding Poisonous Plants
- Contact Dermatitis
- Ingestion Poisoning

Field expedient weapons, tools and equipment:
  • Staffs
  • Clubs
  • Edged Weapons
  • Other Expedient Weapons
  • Cordage and Lashing
  • Rucksack Construction
  • Clothing and Insulation
  • Cooking and Eating Utensils

#7: Paracord projects.
In the Paracord Projects app, you'll find tutorials on how to make
paracord bracelets, paracord accessories, paracord keychains, and
more that are great for beginners. All the content is free, you can
download and share it. It's a new release: April 26, 2019. Be the
first to review it!

#8: Smart Compass.
Smart Compass is a tool to search bearings (azimuth) using the
built-in magnetic sensors of your cell phone (it may not function
on a Kindle). This useful navigational app has a digital readout
and simulated compass. The GPS coordinates are given. It's
much easier to use than a traditional compass and extremely
accurate. The Smart Compass app needs to be calibrated, but it's
quick and easy to do.

Best of all, this amazing app tells you if there's a magnetic field
nearby. You'll never have to worry about the potential magnetic
interference. You'd otherwise get the wrong direction without
knowing about the interference. A traditional compass can't do
that!

Smart Compass has three significant features:
  • Although you may turn the phone into portrait or landscape
    mode, the heading is fixed.
  • The camera's view is used for reality.
  • Metal Detector is included to verify the magnetic sensor.

The compass app depends on the performance of your device
exactly. If the compass works perfectly, it means that your
sensors are perfect, too. If it is inaccurate, please check that you
aren't being affected by a magnetic field. Also, there are several
options to calibrate your device.

#9: Panteao Productions Make Ready App.
Another free app is the Make Ready app by Panteo Productions,
pictured right. The Panteao Make Ready Learning Center is your
one stop source where you can learn from the best teachers
available anywhere, anytime. These exclusive Make Ready videos
cover empty hands, knives, concealed carry, tactical firearms
training, vehicle tactics, combat medicine, home defense,
gunsmithing, self-reliance and more.

To further broaden the subject matter, there's the cooking series
called Wilderness to Table with Chef Bri and a strength training
series where you can follow along in the workouts. Subscribers
have unlimited access to the entire Panteao video library so that
you can watch what you want – when you want – as often as you
want. You can stream hundreds of videos seamlessly across all
your devices. New exclusive video content is added each month.
No one else delivers this much content from so many instructors
all in one place.

#10: MyRadar Weather Radar.
MyRadar is a fast, easy-to-use, no-frills application that displays
animated weather radar around your current location, allowing
you to quickly see what weather is coming your way. Just start
the app, and your location pops up with animated weather!

MyRadar shows animated weather, so you can tell if rain is
headed toward or away from you, and how fast. The map has the
standard pinch/zoom capability which allows you to smoothly
zoom and pan around the United States and see what the
weather is like anywhere.

The app is free, but,a few additional upgrades are available, uch
as severe storm warnings for your area, as provided by the
National Weather Service, and real-time hurricane tracking, which
is ideal for the start of hurricane season!

Sorry if you're a prepper in Alaska, Hawaii or Puerto Rico, you're
out of luck on this app. MyRadar currently only shows weather in
the United States, and only in the 48 contiguous states.

What's Amazon Coin?
All of the apps above are free, but should you want to buy an
app, choose Amazon Coin.

Amazon Coins can be used to buy apps, games, and in-app items
through the
Amazon Appstore.

Find the game you love and the item you want to buy. You’ll then
see an option to complete your purchase using Coins.

Amazon Coins come in denominations from 300 to 50,000
Amazon Coins. Bigger denominations always have bigger
discounts. The savings on an order of 50,000 Coins is always
larger than on an order of 300 Coins. Once you’ve purchased
Coins, you can spend them the same as cash, through the
Amazon Appstore on in-app items like gems, boosters and power-
ups.

  • Save up to 20% when you buy Amazon Coins
  • 100 Amazon Coins are worth $1.00 to spend on apps,
    games, and in-app items
  • Coins you buy never expire
  • Use Amazon Coins on Fire tablets, Fire TV, and on any
    Android device through the Amazon Appstore
  • Amazon does not collect tax on the purchase of Amazon
    Coins. Taxes may apply when Coins are spent

Below is a list of the Best Survival apps by Badger Security and
Survival. The list includes some apps that cost and others that
are totally free:
Kelly Kettle Base Camp
Survival Manual App
Doomsday Preppers App
Last Day on Earth Free app
SAS Survival Guide
SAS Survival Free App
NoAA Now App
Make Ready app