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Local feed
Local feed is not working, have local feed set for 500miles and closer, nothing shows up. Also set for quakes 1.0
idigbirds on Jun 7, 2012 for QuakeWatch
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Great quake maps - needs better filters
App has great map display and sorts quake reports by location, magnitude, & time. But it only sorts by one of these factors at a time. For example, I'd like to display quakes above 4.8 ML in the last 48 hours within 200 miles of my present location. Multiple-criteria sorting is supported in programs like ArcGIS 10 and Thunderbird, and should be relatively easy to code. ** Multiple-criteria sorting would make Quakewatch much more useful! **
Lurch L on May 19, 2012 for QuakeWatch
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It's ok
I agree with others who say that the app will warrant a higher rating if it ever does notifications. A bigger shortcoming, in my opinion, is the inability to center the map on the Pacific Rim. This is by far the most active region of the world and it is not currently possible to see both sides of it simultaneously.
tet1953 on May 10, 2012 for QuakeWatch
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So, what's the difference between "closest" and "nearest"... How about another heading called "most-adjacent"?
moofer on May 10, 2012 for QuakeWatch
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I too, have used almost every quake app on iTunes...
And this one is the best. By far. All the others quake apps fall short of the features in this app, and most others (even PAID!) have huge advertising banners. This one does not - and works PERFECT. Developer: Keep up the good work!
LosAngeles90631 on May 3, 2012 for QuakeWatch
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Excellent app for those interested in the phenomenon
The single best app around for people interested in educating themselves on earthquake activity across the globe. Well done!
Wibblze on Apr 27, 2012 for QuakeWatch
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