EarthBeat - Schumann Resonance 4+

Widgets of Earth's heartbeat


    • 3.7 • 3 Ratings
    • $1.99



"Everything in Life is Vibration."
-Albert Einstein

Earth's heartbeat, known as the Schumann resonance, is a fascinating phenomenon. It comes to life thanks to approximately 2000 thunderstorms consistently rumbling around our planet, producing around 50 lightning strikes each second. These strikes create electromagnetic waves that circle the Earth, forming the Schumann resonance. Some people see a connection between this resonance and the rise of collective human consciousness. Others even note changes in their own behavior when the resonance's activity heightens.

I've designed this app not just to track the Schumann resonance, but to also visualize crucial space weather indices. These include the Kp-Index, its forecast, and the Hp30 and Hp60 graphs. The Kp-index, a global metric of geomagnetic activity, is particularly interesting for those studying space weather and spectacular phenomena like auroras.

This app is tailored for iOS, offering widgets in various sizes to fit your Home Screens or Control Center. They provide a quick and easy way to view the most current measurements. The Tomsk and Cumiana square widgets present only a cropped part of the graph, to show the most recent measurements. For a broader perspective, the full Tomsk chart provides a three-day history of variations in the Schumann resonance.

I've also added two more widgets for a comprehensive space weather overview. One predicts short-term aurora borealis activity, a result of geomagnetic storms from the sun's coronal mass ejections. The other showcases six live NASA images of the sun, ideal for keeping tabs on solar flares and coronal mass ejections.

The app goes beyond widgets, offering a practical way to compare measurements from both the Tomsk Space Observing System and Cumiana VLF Monitoring Station in Italy. It provides detailed information on all graphs and images, enhancing your understanding of this fascinating field.

To explore the graphs and images more closely, simply tap on any of them to open a full-screen view. You can then use the pinch gesture to zoom in even further and scrutinize every detail.

I'm always looking to improve and expand on the app's features. If there's a data source you'd like to see included, or if you have ideas for new widgets, please get in touch. I built this app to help you delve deeper into the rhythmic pulse of our planet and its connection to the wider universe.

Please note that all displayed images are protected by copyright and the copyright belongs to their respective source. The source is indicated in the app at the bottom of each page.

What’s New

Version 1.3.1

Bug Fixes: We've squashed some pesky bugs to make your EarthBeat experience smoother.
Cosmetic Enhancements: A few visual tweaks to ensure the app looks its best at all times.

As always, EarthBeat is crafted by a single developer, passionate about bringing you the best space weather insights. Your support means the world! If you're enjoying the app, please consider leaving a 5-star review. It goes a long way in supporting indie developers like myself. If you face any issues or have suggestions, don't hesitate to reach out. Happy exploring!

Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
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App Privacy

The developer, TheMM, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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