Earthquake Alert! is an application categorized under “News & Magazines” in Google play store. This app developed by Josh Clemm has content applicable for individuals aged 3+. The app’s compatibility varies with devices and was last updated on January 9th, 2019. The latest build and
size of the app varies with devices. The app has in-app purchases that further enhance the user experience. This application has more than 1,000,000 installs and has been reviewed by more than 34,000 users giving it a 4.6 rating in the Google play store.
The Earthquake alert is an app the shows you the seismic activity and detects earthquakes all over the world. This app is great for earthquake enthusiast and also warns people in earthquake prone areas. Sometimes you can’t tell if there is an actual earthquake or if you are imagining the quake, with this app you can quickly tell if it’s something you need to be worried about or just your imagination. Users can use filters on the quake magnitude and location to actively hunt down dangerous earthquakes.
If you want to see only 4.0 or above earth quakes in the USA you can customize the app to show you only earthquakes with 4.0 or above in the richter scale. Maybe you like the information overload, you can customize the app to detect all seismic activity. During the recent California earthquakes this app was able to correctly identify and read all the seismic activity in the area to a point where locals were depending on the app more than the news channels to get an accurate read on the situation. The app shows you earthquakes of 1+ magnitude in USA and 4+ magnitude from all over the world.
This app has a plethora of features.
Tab between an active map that shows the users all the seismic activity and a list of all seismic activity.
Get the news on the latest quakes all around the world. This is also filterable and you can
choose from what locations you want the news.
Filter out what you would like to see in the app in terms of magnitude and location.
Click the latest quakes to representation of it in the active map.
The active map shows the magnitude of earthquakes all around the world.
The app shows details published in the United States Geological Survey website.
Set up alerts and push notification to get updated constantly.
Share Earthquake details on social media to alert your friends and family.