Sporadic operation. Working again now (8/27/16). Nice when consistent. Edit 9/2/16: was just alerted by the add-on app to a 5.7 off California but even though it was within my parameters on this, the main app, it's not on the list. Why? They're both getting the same info, right?
Josh has the Only app, that I know of, that reports "Earthquakes you may have felt" near your location! This sets his app above all others, as I understand, from many of my earthquake watchers. The rest of the app is equally awesome! Thanks Josh, for keeping this app able to run on even old Android versions :-)
Update has fixed the problem. 5 stars. Quit working, and I am not the only one having this problem. "Something went wrong fetching quakes:org. json.JASONException:value<!DOCTYPE of type java.lang. String cannot be converted to JSON object"
I give this app BIG 5!! I have been using it for a few years and think it is awesome! I paid for the pro version to get rid of the ads and have been very happy with it. Had a problem with it recently and I see that it has been fixed. Thanks for the great work.
Each time the app quits working (it was down for several days this time), I've sent a bug report to the dev with a screenshot of whatever error message is showing up and I've never once received a response. Apparently he doesn't want to hear from customers so I guess I'll stop doing that and just leave crappy reviews like everyone else does.
This is my favorite earthquake app. I've used it for years, on four Smartphones and one tablet. It does everything it says. I've used it many times to check quake stats, share details and file my USGS DYFI Report. As a SoCal resident, this app really comes in handy. Thank you, developers. 👍👍❤️
2.0.4: Fixes issue getting quakes from USGS
2.0.3: Fixes issues viewing quake details
2.0.2: Fixes News tab
2.0.0: New Stats tab, UI update, bug fixes