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
of expected shaking in the area. The ability to dete...
Why wouldn’t anyone in California want to have this tool?
I read many of these reviews and it’s amazing how many people don’t bother to investigate how it works. One person hit the “simulator” button and was surprised by the demonstration warning. This app will only warn you if the shaking at your location will hit a magnitude threshold where your safety is threatened. Several people said they didn’t get a notification during the Ridgecrest 7.1. The shaking at my home lasted 90 seconds and I did not get early warning because it was 125 miles away and didn’t cause damage.
Your app is great! The most important features is the ease of use, multiple settings and layout. Adding a volcanic tab in settings that’s similar to earthquake size and time view as a layover would be great to add
Not receiving alerts.....
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!!!
Great app but no notifications have been received after numerous quakes.
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.
Great app Needs tweaking
While it does not work as an early warning system, it does help show trends and activity around the globe. The filters work well, but it glitches easily. It is by far the best quake app I downloaded tho. With a little improvement, it will be excellent.
A hobbyist view.
As a hobbyist I can only say I look for this manner of information and more. Not always easy to find that but still good
Distance limiting FAILS
My location is in California. I turn OFF around the world alerts, and set max distance to 500 miles. I'm still getting constant alerts for Iran, Tonga, etc. which last I looked are a lot further away than 500 miles. Too much chaff, when there's no wheat. Annoying.
Great way to monitor faults
Love this app. Puts my mind at ease knowing that I may have an extra few seconds before a quake affects me and my family.
Not sure yet
But I'll try it for a while .. hope it doesn't drain my battery too much. Seems like a good idea. Hope it really works. Scared of getting an actual alert. Yikes 😧
Easy to access, I like the map and list features to locate recent activity.
it is good HOWEVER-
I don’t know if this is just me or not, but my simulation tab keeps crashing for no reason. I don’t know if it is my fault or something else. Other than that, great app!!
Sometimes the app won't open. So I have to delete it then download it again.
DOES NOT WORK.
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.
I like the idea that I can monitor earthquakes in my area. It has a great map, that shows where all the earthquakes are.
Issue with simulation
Every time I click on the simulation tab, I go to simulate an earthquake, then the app crashes and closes when I zoom the map to the west coast USA , besides that the app is good
Yes. eQuake - Earthquake Alerts is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 673 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.5/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for eQuake - Earthquake Alerts Is 46.4/100.
Yes. eQuake - Earthquake Alerts is a totally legit app. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 673 eQuake - Earthquake Alerts User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for eQuake - Earthquake Alerts Is 46.4/100.
eQuake - Earthquake Alerts works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
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