eQuake® is an earthquake early-warning app developed by Zizmos®. It uses a
network of seismic sensors to detect earthquakes. When an earthquake occurs, the
Zizmos servers send the user an early-warning notification that alerts the user
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I downloaded the app about 6 months ago, while it’s pretty accurate on showing you quake locations i haven’t received notifications/alerts for quakes. I live in Puerto Rico and on the last 2 months there have been significant amount of quakes affecting the area, but still no alert has been received from the app. I have the alerts button on and everything so i guess im gonna look for other app options!!!
After the the 6.4 earthquake happened yesterday morning in CA (Yes, I felt it), I decided to get this app. I was hoping it would work. GUESS WHAT. Minutes ago, another aftershock with the seismic magnitude of 7.1 had hit. The whole apartment shook. Immediately I thought how worthless this app is. I did not get any alert or anything. Don’t bother getting this app.
The app is great at displaying info on quakes but fails at the main purpose of notifying (early warning) of any recent quake. After you feel que quake and confirm it has happened through local news, social media, it then appears in Recent Quakes list, but never received a notification about it much less a warning.
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