Ready TN

Ready TN


The Ready TN mobile application promotes individual preparedness at the community level and provides situational awareness before, during and after emergencies. The application does not replace calling 9-1-1 for emergencies. It should not be used as a substitute for a weather-alert radio during potentially life-threatening weather conditions, such as tornadoes.

Frequently Asked Questions, click here: http://www.tnema.org/ReadyTN/index.html

Ready TN is a tool to help citizens know the hazards in their community and the preparations they should take to be ready during any emergency. Ready TN provides updates on weather and road conditions, and information about shelters and recovery operations during and after emergencies.

Emergencies impact individuals first and grow to include civic resources, such as police, fire, EMS and emergency management. Therefore, emergency preparation is an individual responsibility.

Ready TN draws its data from many different sources; however, the Ready TN application requires network connections and location services to access this information. Network usage costs may apply based on the individual user’s data plan. Please check with your provider for details on usage plans.

The state provides no guarantees of cellular network reliability, data availability or validity of information outside our control. At times of outages from these sources, the Ready TN application will indicate when data is unavailable.

Recent changes:
Additional compatibility with tablets.

Access to National Weather Service Local Storm Reports.

Allow install to SD card.
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About Ready TN
The Ready TN mobile application promotes individual preparedness at the community level and provides situational awareness before, during and after emergencies. The application does not replace calling 9-1-1 for emergencies. It should not be used as a substitute for a weather-alert radio during potentially life-threatening weather conditions, such as tornadoes.

Frequently Asked Questions, click here: http://www.tnema.org/ReadyTN/index.html

Ready TN is a tool to help citizens know the hazards in their community and the preparations they should take to be ready during any emergency. Ready TN provides updates on weather and road conditions, and information about shelters and recovery operations during and after emergencies.

Emergencies impact individuals first and grow to include civic resources, such as police, fire, EMS and emergency management. Therefore, emergency preparation is an individual responsibility.

Ready TN draws its data from many different sources; however, the Ready TN application requires network connections and location services to access this information. Network usage costs may apply based on the individual user’s data plan. Please check with your provider for details on usage plans.

The state provides no guarantees of cellular network reliability, data availability or validity of information outside our control. At times of outages from these sources, the Ready TN application will indicate when data is unavailable.

Recent changes:
Additional compatibility with tablets.

Access to National Weather Service Local Storm Reports.

Allow install to SD card.

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Oct 20, 2014
Every time I click on anything it takes me back to my home screen. It won't let see anything. :(
A Google User
Sep 21, 2014
Great app It does help out alot but startin to have trouble have to restart everytume and know it wont even connect to server
A Google User
Aug 24, 2014
It's not working It force closes when I hit the icon to open the app and this is of the galaxy s5 deleted I will not waste my time or give good ratings until it works
A Google User
Aug 22, 2014
Ready Tennessee
A Google User
Aug 18, 2014
great app to know when there's an emergency in Tennessee. every tennessee resident should have it