Storm Shield Weather Radio
Storm Shield for iPhone or Android provides real-time watches/warnings and radar for wherever you are and up to five additional locations.
Turn your smartphone into a NOAA emergency weather radio. Get storm-based alerts for tornado, hurricane, flood, thunderstorms, winter storm seasons and other life-threatening weather events via voice and push notification. Storm Shield delivers storm-based alerts using NOAA polygon warnings. Receive critical alerts via voice and push notifications keep your family safe.
Watch us on ConnecTV!
We know that many of you watch TV at your computer, or with your laptop or tablet in your hands. And now with ConnecTV's website and apps, you can watch, chat with your friends, and engage with the show and its audience at the same time.
To get started, download the ConnecTV app on your iPad, or install the plugins available for Mac or PC.
When you launch ConnecTV, it will automatically hear the TV program you're watching and then sync your device to showcase content and interactivity targeted for that program. For instance, if you're watching us, you'll see additional local news, weather and traffic information from us. If you're watching a sporting event, such as an NFL game, you'll get constant updates on scores, plays and game statistics.
You can learn more about ConnecTV at their website, ConnecTV.com. You can find technical support at ConnecTV.com/support.
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