Seismo is a little free application that allows you to get a list of earthquakes from around the world.
Seismo uses the data feed provided by United States Geological Survey (USGS) to display the details about all earthquakes from the list.
This version of Seismo fixes an issue with maps. Originally the app was using Google Maps, however with recent changes to the Google Maps usage, the map functionality stopped working and caused Seismo to hang. This issue is now fixed. In addition, the app now fully supports macOS Mojave Dark Mode theme.
• Implement support for macOS Mojave Dark Mode
• Map windows now use Apple Maps instead of Google Maps
Ratings and Reviews
Let’s talk science. Yes, great app and it shows you what happened, and I mean just now. We had a 5.4 nearby (200 miles) and bingo!, there it is! I felt it so by the time I opened my Mac it was posted. If you want music, try iTunes. If you want color and bling, go downtown on Black Friday. If you live on planet earth and want to have a good list of earthquakes, use Seisomo. It’s great! Thanks for the app.
Great app, data is true and useable.
Very easy and straightforward. Would like to see the world map a bit bigger and an option to switch between standard and metric values. Well done app.
You get what you pay for with this free app
It’s not worth the download. The screen shot is a bit misleading, suggesting there is some connection between the map image and text. There is no real interactivity or sense of immediacy with the app. It’s not an app; it’s actually just a table of recent seismological readings and events coupled with a link to a U.S. Geological Survey report of the quake. I didn’t have to pay for this “app," and yet I still feel duped.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.