TornadoSpyLite 4+

Justin Time

Designed for iPhone

    • 3.4 • 16 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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TornadoSpy with AccuSpy™ technology gives you the power to report and view official and user spotted tornadoes instantly. On 5/10/10, a TornadoSpy user spotted the Oklahoma City tornado 20 MINUTES before the NOAA report, which gave other TornadoSpy users valuable lead time to escape the storm. This is a frequent occurrence since user reports are submitted and viewable immediately.

Sightings are filtered through state-of-the art AccuSpy™ technology to prevent false alerts and only send you the most accurate sightings.

- Track tornado movement worldwide on the built-in map
- Report nearby tornadoes with a simple touch
- Includes official reports from National Weather Service storm spotters
- Share and view tornado photos in seconds
- Write storm report notes
- Users can rate sightings submitted by other users
- AccuSpy™ state-of-the art storm spotting

Download now, and become a part of the fastest and largest worldwide storm spotting network.

Demo video can be seen at

Try out this ad-supported version for free.

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What’s New

Version 4.22

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

- crash fix

Ratings and Reviews

3.4 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

NookOwner ,


Hello? I rarely need this app but now have a tornado warning in my area and the app crashes? Not due for an update, just seems like a bug. Not saying we rely on this app for our lives, but there’s tornados here and I can’t use your app which to date has been the best and most accurate.

wbckeykdyqwryunghn ,

Is this app good?

Will is this app good but is it I think it is l like 2 weeks ago when there was a tornado in my area it help me know that it was a ef2 it was sooooo cool my dad thanked me for getting this BC he said “it can save people’s lives” so I think you should get this app!!!

ZoeyTheShihPoo ,


It keeps saying 19% rebebility or something like that and I don't even live near tornadoes I just wanted to see what's going on but the app might have some glitches possibly. I also have read and read about tornadoes and there has never been a tornado or funnel cloud or a supercell around our area but the 19% thing starred freaking me out.

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