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I really like this app and by changing the numbers to only 3.0 or over makes less to sort through. Even though the reads are not always accurate I can double check on a more scientific site and get the correct read. Also some numbers change after getting all the facts. It takes a few minutes after a quake hits for an alert, but better than going to a computer and typing into a site, as they are normally deluged by too many nervous people. I would recommend this app.
I have been notified earthquake events as they happen. I live in AK, a place with moderate activity, so it is nice to have this running in the background. I keep mental tracking of where the activity is and then when we have s shaker here I will actively review the past 24-48 hours and to see if there is a potential threat to my community that I need to pay attention to. I like this app and will continue to use it. It is easy to use, gives essential info sans fluff
Working great now ! Do to certain sensitive areas in and around Montana the US Air Force has the capability to block certain areas of data coming out of that location while performing their tasks. Then like switching on a light switch, it works again. Living in Montana I should have remembered that. So, if you’re app doesn’t seem to be working in a certain area, just give it some time while the Air Force plays with their toys.
I love this app! We know what we’re feeling but this confirms it. It’s very detailed on where the quakes and aftershocks are, it’s amazing we have this technology! I have and will continue to recommend this app to all my California family and friends. It assists us in our game of how big was it and where was it!!!!! Thank you for all the fun and information!!!! Not that earthquakes are fun but you have to do something to shake off your nerves!!!!!!
It shows or tells me most ofthe things I want to know, but could us a few teeaks. Top of my list right now: 1) my country is large so I have it set to show “nearby” events but I can’t see let alone change the definition of “near” that it uses, and 2) it says a quake epicenter is a certain distance and direction from some thing that doesn’t appear on the map
My Earthquake Alerts is a powerful earthquake information app which delivers all of the information you need, with
push notifications included, all free of charge. It also includes a beautifully simple design optimized for the latest iPhone and iPad.
- Live earthquake information from all around the world.
- Free earthquake alerts and news customized for you, with no restrictions.
- Powerful history search feature to find earthquakes dating back to 1970!
- Beautiful & simple design, view earthquakes on a map and in a list.
- Find the exact location of the seismic earthquake, the depth and the distance away from you.
- Support for the latest iPhone and iPad models.
This version is ad-supported. It is similar to apps such as Quakes, MyQuake and QuakeFeed.
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