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The best quake app
This is the best quake app out there, you can find all the information you want about latest, biggest, and closest quakes and many more features. The information is updated instantly there is no delay, I don't understand why a user give a bad review about this, I am sure that it has problems with his ISP. * Soon there will be an ipad version.
max.123 on Feb 15, 2011 for QuakeWatch
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Quake Watch
Great interface! Easy to use... I'm addicted! Thanks!!
OCBummin! on Feb 13, 2011 for QuakeWatch
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It's Amazing!
Their reports are almost immediate. If you feel an earthquake you can load this app and it will tell you right away where it was and intensity of the shock. Also got impressed by their tracking of quakes all over the world. You will love it.
Anacabedo on Jan 25, 2011 for QuakeWatch
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Awesome
Great site! Easy to navigate. It has a Satellite view with pins, and at the top you can choose the magnitude, and you can zoom in or out. A green pin shows your location. Worth the buck.
Hoosierdeb on Jan 23, 2011 for QuakeWatch
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Must buy!
We had a couple earthquakes here in Central California a few days ago. I thought … "there's an app for that." it had the info available immediately. The interface needs to be more user friendly, but it's still well worth your money.
DH187 on Jan 15, 2011 for QuakeWatch
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Really interesting if you love science
I got this on a whim and love it. I look at it at least 3 times a day. It is fun to think you can find patterns in the movement of the earths crust or to try to predict where the next big one will happen or at the very least to say you saw it on your phone shortly after it happened.
Chunkomonk on Jan 6, 2011 for QuakeWatch
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