Introducing the only up to date mapping application of the Ebola outbreak currently spreading throughout the world.
-Each case is documented, dated, and mapped.
-Updated DAILY to show latest outbreak data.
-Heat map shows range of outbreak
-Forecast of outbreak by date on animated heat map to show speed and location of outbreak(coming next update)
-Number of new cases in the last 24 hours
-Distance to the nearest ebola case to your current location
Many new features are already in development. This is the app you want around soon to keep track of this deadly outbreak.
Fixed connection issues
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Good App-Old Info
The app is good and informative. There is even a section with articles relating to Ebola with 'Breaking News'. The map has locations of people who have Ebola including the patient in Texas, Washington D.C, and Canada. The text info is not regularly updated though. The 'Risk of Exposure' section of the app says that there has been no reported cases of in the U.S. And only states that two doctors have been transported to the U.S. for treatment. (There has been more.)
To recap: Good app and layout but not regularly updated.
Doesn’t even open
I paid for this App and i get a message that it’s Fetching update then times out. Does not work at all. I have to call Apple to dispute charge
My guess is the developer was in such a rush to cash in, he never completed the job and released this app before it was ready. The features that could make this app interesting simply do not work. For example, “new cases today” and “chance of local infection” are both labeled “coming soon," and the “closest case” feature fails because it seems impossible to enable location services for this app (the setting refuses to “stick”). As a result, this app fails to deliver much more than a Google search, and can only be considered a novelty. Hopefully, future updates will change this, but the current version is definitely not worth paying for.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.