By Nico Tranquilli

  • Category: Weather
  • Release Date: 2013-05-09
  • Current Version: 3.7.36
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 65.31 MB
  • Developer: Nico Tranquilli
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 7,403 Ratings


N.1 Earthquake app for iPhone and iPad, more than 1M users, supports Apple Watch Get the latest worldwide data from several sources and receive push notifications alerts. Main features: • push notifications on your phone as soon as the event data is available from an official source (you can set alerts based on location and/or magnitude threshold). Push notifications allow the application to receive events even when unused, without this leading to an increased consumption of battery • map with different sized and colored circles to represent event magnitude and age • filter events by area (country, continent) or magnitude • multiple sources, including: U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC), GeoScience Australia, GNS Science (GeoNet), Instituto Geográfico Nacional, Servicio Sismológico Nacional, British Geological Survey, GFZ GEOFON, Natural Resources Canada , NOAA • event timeline (today, yesterday, previous days) • detail view for each event, reachable from map and timeline views • Tsunami bulletins (NOAA data) • Tectonic Plate Boundaries (USGS data) • Population estimates for each event and Population Density layer (SEDAC/NASA data) • search earthquakes catalog (all world regions covered, back to 2013) • export data to Google Earth or other installed apps supporting kml file format • social sharing: share event map and data to Facebook, Twitter, Email • reverse geocoding: names of locations, when unavailable, are calculated automatically from their geographical coordinates • Today Widget: the widget briefly shows some details of the biggest seismic event occurred in your country over the last 24 hours. • multiple languages: the app is localized in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Greek, Russian, Chinese, Dutch, Portuguese, Turkish, Hungarian and Romanian • optimized for iPhone7, iPad and iOS10. 3D Touch support



  • Needs Earthquake Duration Time Data

    By National Web Network
    You know (hope) an app like this will provide all the basic info and details about our shaky earth. This one does and a lot more than I expected. They didn't stop at the science -- they understand how vital it is to tie so much rolling data together visually. THIS is why the app stands far ahead of the others. After looking at so many earthquake apps I settled on this one because of its interface and visual design e.g. solid red page tops, nice looking maps, event icons, easy to read scrolling info, intuitive setup settings, and smooth movement when thumbing around the world. This app is "high end" but not arrogant in its sophisticated dynamic. You kinda want to spend more time with it. I URGE the developers of this app to add "one" vital data point to the notifications/scrolling data list -- "the duration of the event." This info dynamic could be part of the setup choices, too. I was in the brunt of the 2011 Northern Virginia, Washington, D.C. earthquake that lasted 43 seconds 5.9M at that. On 11 March 2011 the great Northeast Japan earthquake aka "Great Sendai Earthquake and Tsunami" lasted for more than "6.2 minutes" at 9.0 -- and when you watch the YouTube videos of the quake you just shake your head. So as important as the magnitude, location, time etc. I always want to know how long the event lasted. I've not found it yet but is there a way to organize events by location/region (or nation) with a map dotted with the appropriate quake icons. ***** This is the very first iPhone 6 Plus app I've ever felt compelled to rate; a good five stars.
  • Always accurate

    By Mtn gardener 451
    I first started using this app when I moved to California and started noticing the pictures on the walls of the condo were constantly out of level. I figured it would be cool to know just how often we were experiencing earthquakes. I’ve since moved out of California but like knowing when quakes occur around the globe. The alerts always pop up before I read about the quakes on the news. It would be great if everyone’s phone was linked into the system to give data about local quakes as I’m sure a cellphone could detect such events if it’s left resting on a nightstand.
  • Esrthquark great

    By DaveD of NH
    Love it I watch Canary Islands and Yellowstone.
  • Timely information

    By Gatortazz
    Great timely information!
  • Not shown

    By Cisco Mena
    Just like usgs, don’t tell you everything......quakes magnitude are increasing .... not a bad app
  • Una Estafa

    By Akolatroniik
    Actualice y de sorpresa me dieron gracias por la compra😡
  • Muy útil

    By destino1046
  • I use this app almost every day.

    By Texas Billy Joebob Jim
    First I check the “SoHo” Solar viewing app to check on the sun’s activity and compare it to the earthquake app. There is almost always a direct connection
  • Big Quake

    By klumpe60
    This application offers more insight to how volcanoes behave . A view of the Ring of fire, tectonic plates, and the magnitude of the volcanoes's eruption, earthquake scenarios, make this application a powerful tool to get an global overview of day to day events, and some tools continue to offer other information - like tsunamis.
  • Tsunami alerts

    By Marlene A
    How come there was no tsunami alert for the 7.7 earthquake in Palu, Indonesia? They had a tsunami. 6 foot waves.