QuakeFeed Earthquake Alerts

Contact QuakeFeed Earthquake Alerts

Published by on 2019-09-19

QuakeFeed is the #1 Earthquake App for iOS! - Quick and very easy to use - Nearby Alerts for earthquakes near you - Regional Alerts for monitoring countries, US states and seismically active areas - Choose from several different alert sounds - Curate...


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Common QuakeFeed Earthquake Alerts Issues


  • By DmitriK1984
    1

    Constantly crashes

    It crashed on the last 3 iphones i had when no one could help me with the phone the o ly solution to them was buy a new so i did the most recent version and after all the trouble and misery of setting up the new device and at first with this beong the only downloaded application the ensure there would be no software conflict it still does the same thing crash and no one can tell me why when i got to the most recent version of the phone and it still crashed a service reprisentative had the nerve to tell me to buy a newer phone but there is not a newer version and 1.1 million die in china over the effects/pollution of making any " smart phone " among other products like those awful bluetooth speakers that sound like an old stereo from the 1970's



  • By caitym10
    2

    Doesn't load notification settings

    I downloaded this app and configured my alerts only to receive an alert for Mexico not even five minutes later. I don't live near Mexico and it was not a part of my alert settings that I configured. When I went back in to change the notification settings I received multiple errors saying the app couldn't connect to the notification server. I tried multiple times and when I did finally get in there was a new notification configured that I didn't set up. When I tried to delete it it said the same thing about not being able to connect to the notification server. The ads were unexpected to just show up after I clicked on something and pretty annoying to have to wait five seconds to get to what I clicked on. One extra star because I could limit my notification to only the state I live in. But ultimately this app doesn't work. And maybe given more than 10 minutes this app would work, but I had it set up and something happened to make it not work.



  • By DanielWFisher
    4

    See how faults are behaving

    I live near Portland, OR, and am wary of the big 9+ event happening along the Cascadia Subduction zone, or even the 7+ event that could happen along Mt Hood. Granted no one knows if Cascadia will just break loose without warning but I’d like to think there will be lots of tremors before it goes. This app is great for seeing fault behavior on a day to day basis around the world, if you’re so inclined to observe in that way. I get alerts that I customized based on distance from you, region, and magnitude. A 3.0 earthquake happened in Sumatra? I don’t care. A 7.5 magnitude happens in the same place? I’d like to know. That said this app does not present real time data. It’s typically 15 minutes or so after the event. If I had a perceptible quake in my area, I’d feel it and then 15 minutes later the alert pops up. Oh gee, thanks. So it is not a usable warning technology. I’m sure that would depend on the use of better GPS sensors right on the faults themselves, which hopefully we’ll have in place one day.


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  1. Pulling issues faced by users like you is a good way to draw attention of QuakeFeed Earthquake Alerts to your problem using the strength of crowds.
  2. We have developed a system that will try to get in touch with a company once an issue is reported and with lots of issues reported, companies will definitely listen.
  3. Importantly, customers can learn from other customers in case the issue is a common problem that has been solved before.
  4. If you are a QuakeFeed Earthquake Alerts customer and are running into a problem, Justuseapp might not be the fastest and most effective way for you to solve the problem but at least you can warn others off using QuakeFeed Earthquake Alerts.

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