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An app for finding nearby gas stations is No. 2 in the App Store as Florida prepares for Hurricane Irma

GasBuddy, an app for finding the closest gas stations and cheapest prices, has reached the No. 2 spot in the App Store as Hurricane Irma bears down on Florida. After receiving an endorsement from Florida Gov. Rick Scott on Thursday, the app climbed 22 spots on the App Store's top free apps chart, from No. 26 to No. 4, according to app intelligence firm Sensor Tower. By Friday morning, the app was in second place behind Zello, a walkie-talkie app that can be used in emergencies.
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