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Description

QuakeFeed is the #1 Earthquake App for iOS!
- Quick and very easy to use
- Nearby Alerts for earthquakes near you
- Regional Alerts for monitoring countries, US states and seismically active areas
- Choose from several different alert sounds
- Curated earthquake news and announcements
- Eight beautiful base maps plus plate lines
- Great educational tool

Our mapping features are truly stunning. Want a unique perspective on the quakes? View them on shaded relief or a map of the ocean floor. It will deepen your understanding - try it and you'll see what we mean!

QuakeFeed offers a variety of filter / sort options to let you see the quakes that are most important to you. Beautiful UI - check out our reviews, people love our simple, uncluttered design! And QuakeFeed is a universal app optimized for both the iPad and iPhone.

QuakeFeed is ad-supported. If you choose to purchase a QuakeFeed Premium Subscription to remove ads, payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. The current price for QuakeFeed Premium is $0.99 USD per year, and may vary from country to country.

The subscription automatically renews unless auto-renewal is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, for the annual subscription price.

Subscriptions may be managed and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to your iTunes Account Settings after purchase. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during the active subscription period.

Full Privacy Policy and Subscription Terms of Service:
http://quakefeed.com/privacy.html


BASIC FEATURES
* Choose from six different USGS Data Feeds
* Push notifications for all M6.0+ quakes
* Push notifications for earthquakes near your location
* Quakes displayed in a list or on a map
* Search, sort, or filter list
* Drill down to quake details view:
-- Map zooms to quake location
-- Magnitude, time, lat/long, distance, depth
-- Detailed faults in Western US and Alaska
-- Link to quake details on USGS website
-- Link to NOAA Tsunami Warning Center (if available)
-- Link to USGS "Did You Feel It?" page
* Earthquake news
* Earthquake preparedness information
* Social media integration - share via:
-- Facebook
-- Twitter
-- Email

INTUITIVE USER INTERFACE
* Color-coded map symbols with optional magnitude display
* Quake list color-coded by magnitude
* Sort list by date, magnitude, depth, or distance from current location
* Filter list or map by magnitude and/or distance from current location
* Pull to refresh list
* GPS button for zoom to current location
* Specify units for distance and depth (km or miles)
* All screens work in portrait or landscape mode

ENHANCED MAPPING CAPABILITIES
* Eight different base map options:
-- Street Map
-- Satellite Imagery
-- Imagery with Labels
-- Ocean Bathymetry
-- Topographic Map
-- Shaded Relief Map
-- Physical Map
-- Terrain Map
* Display plate lines as a map overlay
* Pinch to zoom / drag to pan
* One touch zoom in / two touch zoom out

SUGGESTIONS? QUESTIONS?
Contact us at support@artisanglobal.com or visit http://quakefeed.com -- we usually respond within 24 hrs!

What’s New

Version 4.1.9

The #1 Earthquake App for iOS
- Color coded tectonic plates lines
- Bug fixes and improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
21.8K Ratings

21.8K Ratings

buttercupps4 ,

Informational

It's an interesting app that helps to keep me informed on what the earth is doing. I have noticed that I often do not get an earthquake notice for about 30 minutes after it has occurred so you certainly don't want to rely on this app to save your life or give you real-time forewarning. It is useful though, especially if you pay close attention- you can see how an earthquake in one region will stimulate an earthquake in an almost opposite region. In this way, it can help you predict what may happen next.

Update: I liked the app much better before it was updated. Before, the map was a satellite image and I could zoom in and explore the topography of the ocean floor and such. Now it’s just a cartoon image. I still gets alerts but I use the app much less now because of the crumby map. And thanks for the adding the ads...

I upped my rating back to 5 stars for the developers quick and helpful response and showing me how to get my satellite image back. Thx:)

Developer Response ,

Hi, You can change the map by tapping the base map button while on the map or details view. On the iPhone it is the left most button on the bottom toolbar and looks like 3 squares stacked on top of one another. On the iPad it is the 5th button from the right on the top toolbar. There are 8 maps to choose from.

shadowpixy ,

Wish it were more real time

I’ve been using this app for years. I live in Alaska. We get quakes. A LOT of them. And often. The most recent notable one was the 7.0 on November 30, 2018 (it was reported as a 7.0 but that is an average of all of the points. In the area where I live, the data read to 8.0 to 8.2). Since then, we have had hundreds of aftershocks, (I don’t know when they stop being called aftershocks and go back to being called tremors); but there are still a significant number of shakers daily. I have noticed that I don’t get the notification for a shaker that we just had, until 6 to 10 minutes after it happened. With the realization that knowing sooner isn’t going to change the fact that the shaker just happened, it still seems a little unreasonable for there to be that much of a time lapse to get the information. For tsunami warnings and any other emergency information, 6 to 10 minutes can be fatal.

Developer Response ,

QuakeFeed sends alerts as soon as the USGS reports an earthquake to their data feed. The time it takes for the USGS to report a quake can vary. In California, where their sensor network is very dense, it only takes a couple of minutes. In other parts of the US, it takes an average of 8 minutes. To learn more about tsunami warnings, you should visit the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center website or tsunami.gov. Thanks for your feedback, hope you stay safe up there in Alaska!

free2worship ,

Love the Quakefeed App...

Update: My notifications are working again after installing the Apple iOS update.

I have used QuakeFeed for several years and love it...But the notifications have stopped working the past few months.
I have worldwide notifications ON and have always received notifications in a timely manner. Tonight I saw on the new that there was a 7.6 earthquake near Honduras and I checked the app. All my notifications are ON and while the quakes are in the app they are no longer notifying me. I have always had my location OFF to save battery life, but this has never affected worldwide notifications unless something has changed.
Giving it three stars until I find out if notifications will work again.

Information

Seller
Artisan Global LLC
Size
70.4 MB
Category
Weather
Compatibility

Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English

Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© Artisan Global LLC
Price
Free
In-App Purchases
  1. Custom Notifications $1.99
  2. QuakeFeed Premium $0.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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