#1 Earthquake app for iPhone and iPad, more than 3M downloads, supports Apple
Watch. Get the latest worldwide data from several sources and receive push
notifications alerts. Main features: • rich push notifications on your phone
as soon as the event data is available from an official so...
The app is outstanding,
The app that you get in the basic package works great as long as you are ok with minor earthquakes 6.6 and below on the Standard scale. This is pretty much all I need it for. We don't get anything larger in magnitude here in Colorado, Wyoming, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Kansas, and Utah‼️🙏🏼❤️😃❤️🙏🏼‼️ If we do, I live close enough to the NSGS in Golden Colorado to make the local phone call to find out what happened‼️🙏🏼❤️😃😍😁🙏🏼‼️ If you want to follow the New Madrid or the San Andreas faults where the "big ones" are predicted, you can't go wrong buying the upgrade packages‼️🙏🏼❤️😃💬🙏🏼‼️ I'm a retired teacher so cost is a factor, but the app programmer did a great job for what I need‼️🙏🏼😃🙏🏼‼️ GOD BLESS AND BE EXCELLENT‼️🙏🏼😃🙏🏼‼️
This app has potential. Great locating, easy to view when map options are low, tectonic fault only that do define strike/slip or subduction and appears up to date w/i few minutes. Challenges: map a bit too generic needs terrain relief(not aerial) standard illustration like on old maps. The earthquake points could be exaggerated a bit more as to size of quake. Color scheme is lost when adding population density which should be a blue scheme or grey scheme not the same as quakes. All faults, volcanos and hot springs should be noted in map too. Lastly a history button for locations pulled up that either integrates with a site like USGS or even just to a search engine and allow you to chose. This is the free version and I didn’t see any of this advertised for premium so until I see ideas such as these or better I won’t go premium. Cheers
I first started using this app when I moved to California and started noticing the pictures on the walls of the condo were constantly out of level. I figured it would be cool to know just how often we were experiencing earthquakes. I’ve since moved out of California but like knowing when quakes occur around the globe. The alerts always pop up before I read about the quakes on the news. It would be great if everyone’s phone was linked into the system to give data about local quakes as I’m sure a cellphone could detect such events if it’s left resting on a nightstand.
Accurate timely information
I’ve had this for about 2years now, I live in south central Alaska with very active seismic activity locally and on a daily basis statewide. The speed and accuracy is pretty much spot on to what makes the headlines, (same source I’m sure). Very nice because it covers worldwide as well and can have the notifications settings specific to a region. Highly recommend to keep up to date with seismic activities.
The push alert should be free for all
I appreciate the free version of the USGS phone app. However, the push notification for for earthquakes et al should be free as well (not just the pro version). In fact making it free, I contend, would be the ethical thing to do; public safety is important for all of us. I am a disabled and therefore retiring professor in a small northern CA town. For me, even $2.99 is too much and I know I’m not the only one experiencing financial hardship in this area for one reason or another; there are many of us. Please consider making the push notifications free as well. Again, I really appreciate the free version of the app, u do have; I ask, and would appreciate it if the push notification could be free as well. Thank u for reading and considering this.
This App Is a START!
I live in California and have been using this app to keep up with earthquakes in California AND all around the world. I am very well aware of the reasons, which I’ve been told, that LA County didn’t get an alert from this app for the 6.2 in Ridgecrest. I am confused. I live out of this area yes, but have been receiving information regarding the Indonesia quakes, the Alaska quakes and lots of Russia quakes and I sure don’t live there. I am still NOT convinced that this app is working to its full potential for us. It is NOT showing the 7.2 yet either and it’s been at least 20 minutes? I LOVE this app idea....LOVE looking at the earths map to see all!! Please keep this available!!!!!!!
Don't believe I've ever rated an app, even the ones I really like, but today's the day: Downloaded the free version, only took me a few minutes to realize that the important settings can't be made unless you pay, i.e., Magnitude, how far from my location, can only chose ONE location, for instance my daughter lives in California, I don't but wanted to add hers along with where I live. Don't seem to be able to do that. *Which technically wouldn't need to if the area where one can usually specify how far from where they live, can be added, i.e., "Up to 800 miles from my location". I'm amazed this app is being rated anywhere near as good as it has.
I use this app almost every day.
First I check the “SoHo” Solar viewing app to check on the sun’s activity and compare it to the earthquake app. There is almost always a direct connection. ***Would like improvement to add a new symbol for earthquake with pre and post tremors with quantity and with start time and finish time.***... also, man made or artificial tremor symbol. Thank you for great customer attention with high level of customer response.
I loved this app until I tried to transfer it to my new iPhone. I had bought the pro version on my old iPhone and when I went to install it to my new phone it said I had to rebuy the pro version. I’m kinda at a loss on what to do so any help would be appreciated. Thanks. UPDATE: I heard back from the developer and explained what to do. I’m up and running again. Thank you for getting back to me. This is a great app.
Good app for knowledge
I downloaded app because of very active earthquake activity where I live and there might be danger of a tsunami. So far the notification takes about 40 something minutes to notify about the earthquake. That for me it’s too long. So far that’s the only issue with the app I did purchase the pro version. Overall good app need to minimize the notification time after the earthquake.
Love the app...
I love this app but when alarm goes off it’s not very loud for when you might be sleeping. My volume is u all the way and it’s just a short bleep. Not sure how this would help older hard of hearing people because sound is not alerting like an amber alert is. Maybe change the sound of the alert or make it louder as it sounds like I got mail or a text... Thank You
Unless you pay for pro, minimal worth
Installed several earthquake apps to evaluate them. This one gets a second star because it was one of the first to report a recent earthquake. Otherwise it would be one star because of lack of configuration and filter options. Apparently you have to upgrade to the paid pro version to get those. But from the ads for it even the paid version doesn’t appear to have a tenth of the options available in other, free, apps. Recommend looking elsewhere if you’re not going to buy.
Used to track activity in Peru
I couldn’t get push notifications to work but the problem could be my mobile provider. Otherwise, this is the best app if you’re looking for accurate earthquake activity in your area in and around Peru. I have 4 different apps installed and this is the only one that aggregates everything properly.
I like it, living in earthquake country
I like this app. Satisfies my curiosity and does a good job of displaying information. At this point, I am glad I paid for the Pro features. It is only $2. But, I was annoyed that the app’s apparent push to upgrade made it impossible to enjoy the app, or maybe that was a hiccup. After I upgraded, it kept insisting I should upgrade. Sending a message to support uncovered a problem with their web form. I never received a reply. I finally resolved my own issues with this app after updating iOS 11. Now using it with iOS 13. Works well. If not for the hassles, and lack of support response, I’d give this 5 stars. (I am pretty stingy on star ratings. Five stars needs to be simply top notch, without any major and few if any minor issues.)
From a person who has spent years observing quake patterns.
Very helpful in deciphering the patterns in quakes, so you can predict when a big one is due. Did you know that there are key areas, that when movement occurs there, a very large quake will occur within 24 hours? Figuring out where this big one will occur is the next step.
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