‘Day of Devastation’ iPad App on Alabama Tornadoes is on iTunes – GeoEye High Resolution Imagery Featured

The “Day of Devastation: A multimedia look at Alabama’s deadly tornado outbreak” iPad app is now available for $1.99 on iTunes and in the App Store.

The app is a collection of first-hand accounts, survivor videos, satellite imagery and more than 180 photos from the hardest hit-counties, as well as audio and video from President Barack Obama. It was produced by The Birmingham News; its sister papers The Huntsville Times and the Press-Register; and al.com, the newspapers’ website.

Its features include:

Aerial photos of the destruction from north and central Alabama.

GeoEye satellite images from Tuscaloosa County and Jefferson County that show how the storms’ deadly paths appear from space…

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