My Earthquake Alerts is a powerful earthquake monitoring app which delivers all of the information you need, with push notifications included, all free of charge. It also includes a beautifully simple design optimized for the latest iPhone and iPad. FEATURES - Live earthquake map which can detect and track earthquakes from all around the world. - Free earthquake alerts customized for you, with no restrictions. - Powerful search feature to find earthquake history dating back to 1970! - Beautiful & simple design - view the earthquake feed on a map and in a list. - Find the exact location, the depth and the distance away from you. - Uses information from a wide variety of earthquake networks, including the USGS and EMSC. - Support for the latest iPhone and iPad models. If you need information or notifications about the latest earthquakes near to you, download My Earthquake Alerts today. This version is ad-supported. It is similar to apps such as Quakes, MyQuake and QuakeFeed.
Been using for around two years, very happy with interface, definitely set it to only alert if mag 3+, especially if you also live in an earthquake prone location. Alerts me within a reasonable time after the events, updates itself often to correct most incorrectly posted data, and, as always, it’s super free!! Must have, anywhere near fault lines!
No one can never predict what’s going to happen, but if you know where in win and how much it was on the Richter scale, then that’s not a bad thing to have immediately and it works well too!
I’ve found this to be very helpful in finding out what’s going on.
Does not always alert me when it should even though my settings are correct
The app didn’t notify me like I thought. It doesn’t even reflect the correct magnitude of the earthquake.
Quiero felicitarles porque son bien eficientes en mostrar a mayor brevedad las actividades sísmicas y son muy certeros.
Tarda mucho en reportar el temblor después que ocurre
Great info easy to use
Now I know your not accurate with reporting when there was a 7.5 near Alaska and reported it hours later with a 4.5. Very unacceptable!