Earthquake Alert!

4.6
44.6K reviews
1M+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

See Magnitude 1.0+ from the U.S. and Magnitude 4.5+ earthquakes from all over the World.

Features
- Tab between map and list
- Latest quakes in the World.
- Filter what you see
- Click quake to view on map
- Map shows magnitudes
- View details on USGS site
- Alerts and Push notifications!
- Download the Alerter App to be more informed!
- Satellite Map view
- Share to social media
- Report if you felt it to USGS
- Choose what you want to load
Updated on
Jun 5, 2020

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4.6
44.6K reviews
Kim Jackson
September 7, 2022
Fascinating, educational, easy to navigate, useful up-to-date info. Edit: 9.7.2022- I still LOVE this app! I love to look at the maps, I'm not good w/geography, & this helps me tons! I got the app after a 3.4 mag quake in my area, we sit on a fault that could go big anytime. Never experienced that before! You can also read articles on any quakes within at least the last 24hrs, or set it up for longer. Great. App.!
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A Google user
November 17, 2019
It used to lock my settings and be more accurate but has since slowed considerably. I've reviewed all the settings and reset them 4 or 5 times and to no avail. I need it, in the wake of recent California events, not ONCE has it functioned- no warnings, the distance is off and goes off satellite setting. Please advise. As of November 2019, I have yet to receive notifications.
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A Google user
July 10, 2019
this app is weird. it'll alert you one or two times, then for some reason it'll just quit sending alerts all together. There is delay of up to 15 minutes between occurrence and notification. Even still, what's the point of having the app, if it fails to notify you at all? Point is, I've noticed, you have to uninstall it and then reinstall it quite often for it to work.
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What's new

Fixed loading of earthquake feed due to changed USGS data source