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I prefer iFeltThat app, it gives town where quake was felt, this one only gives name of state. iFeltThat also pulls right to whats closest to me, obviously I would want that info first. This app also doesnt show quakes less than 2.5, I want to see all. Not sure if I'll delete now or hang on to see if they make improvements.
Houseofanimals on Oct 17, 2009 for QuakeWatch
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Map Redesign
Really like this app except for your world map. Since the Ring of Fire is such a major earthquake zone, it would be better to have it in the center of the map, like the USGS, rather than split in two. Then you can have 5 stars!
Lotus22 on Oct 4, 2009 for QuakeWatch
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Wonderful App for all Quake Watchers
An excellent, and constantly improving, app useful for anyone with an interest in keeping up to date on earthquakes occuring around the world. Well worth the paltry cost.
gyropilot on Sep 17, 2009 for QuakeWatch
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Acuurate, great detailed info on every level. Love this app!
Ldiva02 on Sep 13, 2009 for QuakeWatch
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Terrific app for keeping tabs on earthquake activity
The developer of QuakeWatch has put together a terrific app that pulls in all the features needed, and then some, for keeping up with earthquakes around the world. Filters for distance, strength and location enable the users to select just the data desired. The GUI is outstanding! It is simple to use; the features are available with one click access; maps are clear and zoom capable; the extensive data set from US Geological Survey site is organized into a meaningful and manageable format. I am an earth science teacher and have found this app very functional as well as fun. It has brought to my finger tips a wealth of earthquake information for presenting virtually live info on earthquakes events anywhere in the world. The students love learning about the earthquake nearest our location as well as discovering the the most recent and strongest quake.
LesCimes on Sep 8, 2009 for QuakeWatch
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I was quite impressed
I was sitting here at my PC IM'ing a buddy when he aske dif I felt the quake we just had. I didn't feel it but the first thing I thought of was let me look for an app for quake watching sicne I live in California (Bay Area) anyways. By the time I downloaded this app there it was. 2.8 quake in Santa Rosa completes with all the typical USGS maps etc. This is going to be a very handy app and like others have said it's VERY FAST!
AgileMJOLNIR on Aug 19, 2009 for QuakeWatch
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