Sensitivity is not very good. I have another app that does the same as this, with just a few more bells and whistles which makes it more informitive and it appears to be more accurate. Keep up the good work you're heading in the right direction. Remember using the system in the United states should be a choice not a manditory option. Miles to meters are only relevant when it comes to scientist who work to gether world wide and are on the same page. Me I can use both systems. Not everyone really cares it's what you know, if you can picture a miles distance by sight then that's what you do. I suggest you add a switch that gives the option of metric measurements or taditional measurements. Also add a radius slide bar so users can choose how much area they want monitor.
Fair warning: This app takes a large amount of battery life. I rarely open the app and it consumes around 15% of my charge a day. I certainly admire the premise and the accuracy when comparing to usgs data. Well done.
You need to update. Please add more thing like alarm if earthquake starting and location were are you from us or China or ph or german we need a map where are we live sorry im not good in english but i try my best to understand meTy.
Damn great science/magic. You'll should make it so that you can choose when to start monitoring such as hit the home button twice (or something) or have a slide down on the top where I can hit it to say "begin monitoring", etc.
An innovative crowdsensing app which grows in value with every installation. It can be draining at times to your battery, but offers a battery saver mode which greatly reduces battery use. You should install this app.
I'm in the Midwest (MN) and even though earthquakes aren't that much of a threat here—even though we do have the Great Lakes tectonic zone— I'll contribute to the scientific community anyway I can, especially with a president that doesn't care about science.
- Fix crashes
- Update to Menu
- Update to notifications
National Centre for Seismology (NCS) is an attached office of Ministry of Earth
New version of the application developed in Peru Earthquake IGP - OTIDG