Google has just launched the Android Earthquake Alerts System in Australia.

This no-cost feature can detect seismic activity using the built-in accelerometers in active Android smartphones and then alerts users in two ways — via Search and directly on the Android mobile device itself.

In Google Search. When people look up “earthquake” or “earthquake near me,” they will find relevant results, along with helpful resources on what to do after an earthquake.

If you have the alerts enabled on your mobile you’ll can also get ‘Be Aware’ or ‘Take action’ notifications depending on the intensity of the event along with additional information.