The beta version of the Google Phone app is now compatible with pretty much all Android phones. However, you will need to sign up for the beta program to be able to try the app on your phone.
Your Android phone can now detect earthquakes and help you get timely earthquake information on Google Search. Hear lead engineer, Marc Stogaitis, explain how the new detection system works. Learn more: https://t.co/0tYtYpRYfr pic.twitter.com/7uPeZJF1HZ
— Android (@Android) August 11, 2020
We’re using the reach of @Android’s platform to help detect earthquakes. Starting today, your Android phone can be part of the Android Earthquake Alerts System. Here's how it works → https://t.co/o93oWYRjbB pic.twitter.com/GRfMaoi725
— Google (@Google) August 11, 2020
SOURCE: Android Central