As part of its weekly App Store refresh, Apple is highlighting a number of wildfire assistance-related apps to bring attention to the devastating blazes currently ravaging northern Alberta.
The wildfires, which forced the evacuation of the entire Fort McMurray region, spread with alacrity over the past few days, turning to ash homes and businesses. Apple's intention is to get as many people as possible downloading the official Alberta Wildfire app, which is distributed by the Government of Alberta, as well as several apps by the Canadian Red Cross, which at once inform residents and allow others to donate money to the cause.
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