-Brilliant concept(s). -Wonderful app idea. -Good v1 attempt. However, there is a fatal flaw in this implimentation, try it without active data. (Go ahead, I'll wait, it won't take long) If one misses seeing an alert and tries later to check, and the interwebs are down - for any reason - then there's no history of alerts, etc leading up to that event. Even though the app _has_ Storage Permission, it doesn't save anything. No information, _at all_. Absitively, posolutly nada. Still, props and thanks to Ben, et al, for this. Eagerly awiting the next update.
I've been considering this App of yours for sometime now. First observation of is clean and easy to use. Idk to see links back to site where Intel comes from to get involved in your contest, yet the skills necessary are Daunting Ben.
Ive watch s.o. videos. And really enjoy them maybe thats. Why i was a little disappointed in the app. The Map thats used in the earthquake prediction. Although shows area that are commonly. Earthquake. Prone for a globalymap it. Exclude east. Coast canada. England and antartica continant completely.
Great for knowing what is really going on. Also a terrific tool for Astrophotographers chasing Auroras. Though this app has confirmed that my love of hunting the Southern Aurora from Canberra Australia is also tempting fate with the 'big one'... Cheers Ben & Team - this is revolutionary.
Time will tell. Value the intent behind it. Have and will continue to send folk your way. Trust my fellow civilians to help with back issues.
Enjoying the app. It would be nice if the alert popups would link back to the Alerts in the app, instead of the main menu page - would save a couple of extra clicks to see the full alert msg.
Thanks for all the great feedback!
This version adds:
1) A new an improved landing page
2) Prediction stats page
3) Tons of bug fixes