NOTE to upgrading users: please check your settings (while you have internet connectivity), to be certain your push notification settings are set correctly.
* Displays quakes in list or on map, with associated felt reports.
* Filter quakes by intensity or location.
* Push notifications of quakes and keep list for up to a week.
* Configurable notifications and quiet time periods etc.
* Share quakes (via. SMS, Email, Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus etc.)
* Home screen widget.
- All of the top sections that you love from Stuff.co.nz
- Easy swipe action between stories
- View video and galleries within the story or in full screen
- Report the news to us on the go, or take on assignments set by the Stuff team
- Weather for your location
- Share stories via facebook, twitter, e-mail and more.
With this app, you can get the latest earthquake info immediately from all over the world.
Also, you can search the earthquakes occurred in the past.
- 14 Earthquake data sources, Covers the frequent occurrence of the earthquake area in the world.
- Earthquake data source
* [USGS] U.S.Geological Survey
* [EMSC] EU Mediterranean Earthquake Centre
* [GFZ] Ger Potsdam Earthquake Center
* [CWB] Taiwan Central Weather Bureau
* [JMA] Japan Meteorological Agency
* [INGV] Italy Geophysics Institute
* [CEIC] China Earthquake Center
* [IRSC] Iranian Seismological Center
* [TUR] Turkish Disaster and Emergency center
* [BGS] British Geological Survey
* [CHI] Chile Earthquake Center
* [CAN] Natural Resources Canada
* [AUS] Geoscience Australia
* [NZL] New Zealand Earthquake Commission
- See latest earthquakes around the World.
- Perfect real-time algorithm to achieve all of the data source unified display (non-duplication of data), data source select "ALL".
- Push alerts of earthquakes straight to your phone.
- View quakes on Google Map,Support detailed information display.
- Filter what you see (magnitude/region/depth)
- Provide historical data with earthquake in 300 km range.
- Epicentml distance (need to open GPS /support set the coordinates Manually)
- Support Historical data.
- Support collection quakes, can export the data.
- View details on source site
- earthquake, latest Quakes, magnitude,Epicentml distance, seismic, USGS, EMSC, CEIC, FGZ, JMA, CWB, INGV
Welcome to contact us feedback problem and suggestions!
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Twitter twitter.com/earthquakesApp
With the NZ Herald Android app, you can:
- Save and View Later: quickly save stories, videos, and photo galleries by tapping the star to then view later. Content is automatically synced so it can be accessed across multiple devices once saved. Simply login with your NZ Herald profile or connect a social account to get started.
- Opt-in for Breaking News Alerts from NZ Herald so you can be the first to know when major stories happen.
- View all of your favourite sections of the Herald combined with interactivity of your Android device.
- Easily swipe between stories.
- Share stories via Facebook, Twitter and email.
- Customise the menu bar – you decide which content comes first.
- View photo galleries and video in full screen.
- Use the built in QR reader accessed via the Scan button in the main navigation, to scan QR codes from The New Zealand Herald newspaper to access related article content and section content.
Download it now.
New Zealand News gives you easy access to read the most popular news sources from New Zealand on your Android device. Take this app with you and stay informed with access to the latest news.
√ News by site.
√ News by category.
√ Download news briefs automatically.
√ Offline reading.
√ News widget.
√ Convert webpage to mobile format.
√ Remove or sort news sources.
√ Edit default news sources
√ Subscribe more news sources via RSS
√ Import more news sources via OPML
√ Option to block images (reduce bandwidth).
√ Share news via SMS, Email, Facebook, Twitter...
If the application crashes after upgrading, please uninstall and reinstall it.
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**USGS changed their data source breaking the list! Please upgrade to latest version!**
- 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
Alerts and notifications coming soon in next version.
★ Earthquake magnitude, depth and age
★ Tectonic plates
★ Earthquake ticker showing strongest earthquakes
★ Tap quake label for more info and sharing
Spin the globe and pinch to zoom. Tap a label to see depth and time in ticker.
View earthquakes from last hour, day, 7 days or 30 days.
Data is from USGS.
NOTE: If the "time ago" is wrong for you - then check your phone time AND timezone in your phone settings.
OPTIONAL: In app payment to remove the advert and support dev.
(If you have any issue please email your device, OS version and full description of the problem).
View the last 50 earthquakes in a list and on a map.
You can see all the details of an earthquake:
- location (maps),
- distance from you,
In the "Options" menu, you can enable or disable notifications of new earthquakes.
For notifications you can:
- select the default minimum magnitude
- set the default maximum distance from your location to the epicenter of earthquakes.
Or both - it's up to you!
Data comes from European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at: email@example.com
This is a lightweight application. Choose whether or not and how often to run the earthquake notifier, and whether or not to use your location.
View Map which pin points the exact location and you may zoom in to get the clear picture of specific location.
New thoughts for this app is always welcome.
Tags: Earthquake application for android, Earthquake, Earthquake locations, current earthquake , Map for earthquake, Earthquake alert,Map for android devices. Indonesia earthquake alert, Japan earthquake alert, India earthquake alert, US earthquake alert.
1. NZ Herald
4. 3 News
5. Google News
6. Yahoo! News
7. ESPN Cricinfo
8. CNET News
12. New York Times
14. Daily Mail
- Adjust text fontsize
- Add news to your favorites for later reading.
- Choose day mood or night mood
- Offline reading.
- Share news to your friends
- Swipe to view previous or next news, no need to go back to news list view
- Please drop me an email for any bugs or improvment. I will reply within 3 hours. firstname.lastname@example.org
- You can email me to request adding a news resource.
- http://www.nzherald.co.nz/ (NZ Herald)
- http://www.stuff.co.nz/ (Stuff)
- http://tvnz.co.nz/ (TVNZ)
- http://www.3news.co.nz/ (3 News)
- http://news.google.co.nz (Google News)
- http://nz.news.yahoo.com/ (Yahoo! News)
- http://www.espncricinfo.com (ESPN Cricinfo)
- http://news.cnet.com (CNET News)
- http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/ (BBC)
- http://guardian.co.uk (Guardian)
- http://www.smh.com.au (SMH)
- http://www.nytimes.com/ (New York Times)
- http://www.telegraph.co.uk (Telegraph)
- http://www.dailymail.co.uk (Daily Mail)
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