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In times like these...
The Lord Jesus Christ warned us to be watchful of increased seismic activity as we near the time of HIS return. This finely-tuned app helps me to keep adjusted to the momentous times we live in. What a well-done addition to my phone - I use it daily awaiting His return. Thank you.
Weave616 on Dec 3, 2012 for QuakeWatch
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Great app- tons of info and resources,
Intuitive, informative and well designed! Really well done!
sourflower on Nov 29, 2012 for QuakeWatch
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Amazingly good
Rock-solid reliable, simple to use and very well designed. Bravo!
Impatient and not so happy customer on Nov 21, 2012 for QuakeWatch
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Used to love it but....
The developers have messed up the sorting abilities on the app. I want to be able to have the quakes all sorted in descending order by date, which the app used to do. For some reason, the app switched at some point to sorting only by what looks like distance from my location. So not helpful! I tried to contact the developers about this, but received no response. Unresponsive developers equals a 1 star from me.
PJUnkel on Nov 18, 2012 for QuakeWatch
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SoCal must have app
Still the best app of its kind... This is so well done so many features and such a easy user interface, this is just the best ive seen of all the iOS apps for quake information at your fingertips w/o having to open your browser search usgs or google then share on Facebook by copy paste link etc same for email... A must for people in southern Cali or other quake zones...
Randy pinball on Nov 14, 2012 for QuakeWatch
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Excellent coverage and customization
There is a lot in this app that is useful for those of us in earthquake regions. When I feel a quake I like to guess the magnitude and the fault based on my estimate of the distance between the P and S waves. It's a hobby I picked up by living near California's San Andreas fault and a bunch of faults in Southcentral Alaska. This app gets me answers more conveniently than Websites. I'm a bit mystified about the app's connection to the USGS earthquake notification system. It seems to me that if a quake is big enough to be concerned about then your dishes will be on the floor and you may not need an email notification.
Concepter on Nov 8, 2012 for QuakeWatch
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