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This is a great application if you're interested in earthquake size, when and where they happen. It also has a tsunami page. I like that you can view earthquakes in the entire world, or an area you choose. It really is amazing how many earthquakes occur every day.
endb on Feb 8, 2010 for QuakeWatch
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Really good info
I monitor quake activity frequently. This app is excellent!!!! Very happy I purchased.
Justsomegal on Jan 19, 2010 for QuakeWatch
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Good App, Great Cause
The app does everything I would have asked for. Good on you Terence for donating your procedes. The world needs more of you.
0steve0 on Jan 16, 2010 for QuakeWatch
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Quality App! Beautiful Design! Awesome Info!
QuakeWatch just works. Its design fits perfectly with the standard simple iPhone philosophy. The information is accurate, timely, but especially useful with maps (for the geographically challenged, like me)!
PaulInSeattle on Jan 15, 2010 for QuakeWatch
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Very informative!!
I love this app! So much helpful information and so easy to use!! Worth every penny!
Happygirl264 on Jan 13, 2010 for QuakeWatch
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It's ok
There are a few different options out there when it comes to earthquake monitoring apps, and based on what I'd read, I thought this was the best. However, after purchasing it I have a few misgivings with the biggest being that this app just loads the USGS website! I can do that myself, and save the money. Especially since it loads the site into a tiny window that is amazingly difficult to read. If you want all your earthquake info aggregated into one place, this app will do that, but you can get the exact same info from the various websites, for free.
MacSince128K on Jan 7, 2010 for QuakeWatch
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