Air Alert App Update 6.0

As of February 28, 2024, the Air Alert Application has received extended functionality. So, what has been added to the updated app?

Air Alert 6.0 Update

The Air Alert app will now send warnings of increased danger in certain cities and communities. In the updated version of the Air Alert app, notifications about an approaching missile or unmanned aerial vehicle will be sent in addition to the general alarm. This will allow users to be notified of a threat to their location.

In addition, the following functionality was added to the application:

  • Adjusting the volume of the notification “Increased danger!”
  • Notification if the message “Increased danger!” stops coming

Information about all types of danger is transmitted by responsible officers of the Civil Defense in the military regional administrations of Ukraine. Coordination of alarms is provided by emergency services.

To receive these additional threat alerts, please install version 6.0 of the app. If the app doesn't update itself, update it manually or reinstall it. The update is already available for iOS and Android users.

Developments of Stfalcon company

Stfalcon is a Ukrainian company developing web services and mobile applications for small and medium-sized businesses and startups for 14 years. Our advantage is effective communication between all project participants. We work flexibly and with maximum efficiency, providing complex and high-quality solutions.

In addition to developing the Air Alarm, our portfolio has other cases that save people's lives in wartime conditions:


Stfalcon has created a service that allows users who notice a missile or drone flying overhead to notify air defense forces for further response.

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Device for remote control of street sirens

Also, we created a device that solved the problem of remote control of street warning sirens and can inform people in large enterprises and shopping centers.

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The Air Alert app was developed by Stfalcon and Ajax Systems with the support of the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine. It has been downloaded 26M times and is used by more than 6M Ukrainians. It has become a reliable tool for informing Ukrainians about various types of dangers: missile attacks, shelling, street fighting, chemical and radiation threats, natural disasters, and important notifications from the Defense Ministry and the Civil Defense of Ukraine.

You can read how the Air Alert app was created in a day in this Stfalcon case.