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MyQuake - UC Berkeley Earthquake App

By Stephen Agarwal

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App name:
MyQuake - UC Berkeley Earthquake App

MyQuake maps earthquakes that are occurring near you and across the globe. What is unique to the UC Berkeley Seismological Laboratory’s MyQuake app, is that it also shows large damaging historic earthquakes in California, and calculates the shaking intensity at your locations for these past and present earthquakes..

MyQuake is completely ad-free and gives you a smooth, intuitive user interface for you to learn everything about earthquakes, keeping you informed and preparing you for the next big earthquake.

What makes MyQuake different from other earthquake apps?
--> No Ads!
--> Easy to use
--> Personalizes earthquake information based on your location
--> Beautiful interface to discover and learn about earthquakes
--> Intelligently filters out earthquakes and shows you the ones you’ll be most interested in learning about.
--> Informative videos about different earthquake intensities
--> Quick sharing support to Facebook, Message, and Mail apps

MyQuake was conceived, designed, and built by the UC Berkeley Seismological Laboratory. We are engaged in fundamental research into all aspects of earthquakes and solid earth processes through the collection and analysis of geophysical data. With our partners in the California Integrated Seismic Network, we provide real-time earthquake hazard information to the public and private sectors. The lab also engages in broad education of students and the public, including apps like MyQuake.

We’d love to hear from you! Shoot us an e-mail at and let us know your thoughts.

What's New in Version 2.4

Updated times for recent earthquakes

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Customer Reviews

Good, but can use improvement

Love the App. But there are a few small things that seem lacking. First, a legend showing what circle colors and sizes mean - and consistency within the sizing of circles.

Also, I get an error trying to show only significant quakes, telling me to enable location services - even though they are enabled for this app.

Finally, I would like the ability to filter quakes by magnitude and location.

Magnitude circles inconsistently report

This app is good in many ways yet it has a few very annoying bugs or inconsistent features.
The size of the magnitude circles varies : e.g. A circle indicating a magnitude 6 earthquake might be smaller than a magnitude 5 earthquake elsewhere on the map. Why?
Also , a app laks a user defined notification or popup or email reporting a recent large quake. E.g. I heard about a 7.1 quake in Alaska on the news prior to the App notifying me. It would be nice to have alerts for large quakes.

No nonsense app. Just what I like

This is a no frills, no nonsense app. Just the type I like. Easy to understand and navigate. Please don't change a thing, it works well exactly as it is.

MyQuake - UC Berkeley Earthquake App
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  • Free
  • Category: Education
  • Updated:
  • Version: 2.4
  • Size: 11.3 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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