Google will notify if there is an earthquake

From now on, Google will notify when there is an earthquake in Bangladesh. Google has launched Android Earthquake Alert System in Bangladesh. Users can use this feature for free.

With the use of this Android capability, earthquakes may be detected and people can be alerted when they occur. Android makes use of the sensor A function of smartphones. Additionally, the system employs accelerometers in active Android devices to find seismic events. This function enables customers to receive earthquake early warnings directly from their Android mobile device and through search.

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Through Google search, the technology would give customers “Near Instant Information” about earthquakes. By using this function, users can use Google to search for terms like “Earthquake” or “Near Me” and receive a list of things relevant to earthquakes. Users will also receive a variety of information on what needs to be done following the earthquake from this feature. However, consumers can disable the warning by going to the device settings if they do not wish to get such earthquake information.

In several nations around the world, including Los Angeles, Philippines, the Earthquake Notification (earthquake information) feature has grown in popularity. Users in a region close to the epicenter can utilize Google Search to obtain an alert card and offer crowdsourced input in addition to receiving notice alerts.

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