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Category
Weather & Education
Current version
1.6.3
Price
Free
Size
151 MB
Last Update
May 31, 2020
Platform
iOS

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Rocky33Now
May 12, 2018

About six months ago I bought a few apps which track earthquakes, hurricanes, and cyclones around the planet. I always had a hidden interest about volcanos. I live in a State of the US, where over 3/4 the real estate was formed by ancient volcanos. This is the State of New Mexico, so one day I checked with the App Store. I wondered if there was an app keeping up with all the volcanos on earth. This app does exactly that quite nicely. The app works with Maps, showing exactly where all the volcanos are located. There's both satellite imagery, as well as photos taken from planes, and ground. As much as can be possible, there's information provided for every volcano across the globe. There's current activity, as well as ash reports as they come in all over the earth. I have fun learning about all the volcanos, and terminology. I highly recommend this app, they give you a lot for just a few dollars.

Yehovihniccy
Apr 23, 2020

A great app, especially for free. I only gave it 3 stars because the activity info isn't as current as it should be. Living only miles from the San Andreas fault line which travels into the Sea of Cortez up to and San Francisco, means to me information, although most times in the past tense, it could mean even more of things to come. The Quake app is essential if you take what we’re being shown as important as it is. My only complaint is not being able to show a history of volcanic and earthquake activity along a specific stretch of fault lines. That being said I’ve been a little too critical of your app until I understood what it takes just to keep such important app accurate and dependable. So great job, and maybe add another even far more tie in of the two things of this two are so closely related. ✝️ ΙΧΘΥΣ <^><

HeatherLee333
Jul 10, 2018

This App is better than the others available right now in pretty much every area. I like the fact that it also shows quakes. If you click on any volcano it gives you a pop-up summary of quick information on it along with an “information” widget, which you can click on to be taken to a page where you can read more in-depth information about each volcano. The developers did a nice job of arranging the layout and information in this app so that it’s very easy to use. I would definitely recommend it to anyone on the fence about giving it a try!

SOSMan82
Nov 22, 2019

I live in the great Northwest. Having this app gives me peace of mind. Any time the slightest bit of ash comes from a tulivouri, the word for volcano in the Finnish language, literally fire (tuli) mountain (vouri), the app sends an alert, indicating the level of the threat anywhere in the world. It has a map and you can press a button to locate it. Some of them even have webcams! The reason I call them tulivouris is because the other word for (🗻,🌋) insults the God Vulcan. He is the God of Fire, Tulivouris, Deserts, Metalworking, the Forge itself, Blacksmiths themselves, the Hearth, and the Seasons, in the Roman Pantheon. But in the aspect of Fire generally his domain is the destructive aspect of fire (think California wildfire season - it invokes a lot of fear 😱), and in the aspect of Metalworking, it is of the highest quality armor and ancient battle weapons 🗡. I would suggest they change the name, but that would be very unwise, because no one would know what that means. 😞 It's a great app. 🤗

CarlaPH
Apr 10, 2020

I am always curious about volcanoes, have been since I was an 8 or 9 year old. There was one book on volcanoes at our local library. The boy that lived up the block and I alternated borrowing it and definitely monopolized the book. It was adult level reading but we devoured it. Now when I look at your app I see notices about volcanoes I read about then. I do wish there were pictures of the eruptions or at least a stock picture of the mountain and maybe links to any information, but anyway THANK YOU FOR THIS APP! Carla

About Volcanoes: Map, Alerts & Ash

Volcanoes: Map, Alerts & Ash has 1 090 user reviews.

Volcanoes: Map, Alerts & Ash has an average rating of 4.6.

The latest version of Volcanoes: Map, Alerts & Ash (1.6.3) ​was ​released on May 31, 2020.

You can download Volcanoes: Map, Alerts & Ash ​here: 713812885 .

Volcanoes: Map, Alerts & Ash Description
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CONGRATULATIONS! You have found the best volcano app in the world! 300,000 users cannot be wrong!

Why our app?
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Very simple - our app offers the most comprehensive set of features related to volcanic activity around the world.

What our app does?
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Simple answer - almost everything to do with volcanoes. And we continue to improve it, so one day it will do everything.

# Interesting

fact: every two minutes our server sends volcanic activity notifications based on VAAC (Volcanic Ash Advisory Centres) reports to many thousands of our users. On average we send about 300,000 alerts per day!

We are always happy to hear from our users. If you have a great idea or would like to provide some feedback, please use "Stay In Touch" screen to contact us.

In more details, our app:
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# Shows about 2000 well-known volcanoes on a map and provides additional information for most of them.

# Optionally presents 100+ volcanic webcams on the map.

# Notifies of ash clouds and displays the clouds and the forecasts on the map.

# Provides VAAC reports and aviation codes for the volcanic activity.

# Displays 7 days of seismic activity (M4+) around the globe.

# Shows weekly volcanic activity as published by Smithsonian Institution.

# Displays tectonic plates' boundaries on the map.

# Displays large airports on the map and provides basic information about them.

# Allows to customise volcanic alerts to get notifications for one volcano, for a region or for a whole country.

# Shows local earthquakes (M1+) for the areas of interest.

# Draws range rings on the map to simplify distance measurement.

# The app displays basic volcanic activity info on Today Widget and on Apple Watch.

Please note: We have to charge for some of the app's advanced features to pay for the app's development and the server hosting.

What are the benefits?
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# You can see a lot of volcano related information on a map.

# You can easily find well-known volcanoes and learn more about them.

# You can monitor seismic activity around the globe or in the vicinity of the volcanoes.

# You can get notified of all the volcanic activity in the world or in a region of your interest.

# You can monitor ash clouds and aviation code changes.

# If you are a pilot or a volcano climber, you can plan your trip using range rings.

# You can monitor volcanic activity around large airports.

# You can use your Apple Watch to keep track of volcanic activity.

Simply said - there is nothing like our app.

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Volcanoes: Map, Alerts & Ash was released in the App Store. It is developed by Slava Barouline, who have also released the following apps - {page_data.app_titles| join(", ")}}.

Volcanoes: Map, Alerts & Ash has 1 090 user reviews.​

Volcanoes: Map, Alerts & Ash has an average rating of 4.6. ​The latest version of Volcanoes: Map, Alerts & Ash 1.6.3​ ​​was ​released on May 31, 2020​.

You can download Volcanoes: Map, Alerts & Ash ​here

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