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QuakeFeed Earthquake Map, Alerts and News - World Earthquakes Displayed on Esri Maps

By Artisan Global LLC

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QuakeFeed is the #1 Earthquake App for the iPad and iPhone!
--> NO ADS!!
--> Eight beautiful basemaps plus plate lines
--> Elegant, uncluttered user interface
--> Quick and very easy to use
--> Free alerts for M6.0+ quakes worldwide
--> Customizable alerts via In-App Purchase
--> Curated earthquake news and announcements
--> 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.

* Choose from six different USGS Data Feeds
* Push notifications for all M6.0+ quakes
* 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
-- Link to quake details on USGS website
-- Link to NOAA Tsunami Warning Center (if available)
* Earthquake news
* Earthquake preparedness information
* Social media integration - share via:
-- Facebook
-- Twitter
-- Email

* 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
* 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

* Eight different basemap 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

Contact us at or visit -- we usually respond within 24 hrs!

What's New in Version 3.1

- iOS 8 compatibility
- Show potential tsunami info for affected quakes
- Link to NOAA Tsunami Warning Center for affected quakes
- Under the hood bug fixes and improvements


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Customer Reviews

Helpful for my research but feels like it's missing something.

Absolutely recommend this application for anyone interested in learning more about seismic activity, or to just stay updated on the constant changes and shifts in our gorgeous planet!

I have been doing hours of research on Earth Quakes, Volcanoes, as well as Global Tectonic Plate activity and the correlating relationships of Planetary Alignments and the delicate balance of The Earth-Moon Equilibrium. So, this application is imperative to my research. However, I do wish that there was a functional calendar to mark major quakes, create reminders, and to make the process of plotting data of planetary alignments and major disturbances in The Earth-Moon Equilibrium as well as the subsequent after shocks which follow most earthquakes. With all that being said, I do still love to use this application in order to organize and coordinate all of my research. This application also has a smooth, user friendly interface which even the most untech-savvy users, as well as first time users will realize that they will be able to pick up, use this application with basically no issues and even enjoy the leaning experience that comes with this application. Once again I will definitely tell people about this application and I truly recommend this to everyone interested in seismological activity or just wanna learn something new.

Love this app, great info and updates quickly

Good info and quick on updates and real time
Information on all earthquakes and tsunami information from the right agency you need for your safety without having to wait for the local news agency or TV and you can read the official messages from government agency and you can read it word for word. Just look all over the site to know were to look and how much different information is there and how to set up your own notifications and warnings you want and size of earthquakes you want and from a 1 to 6. So if you live in earthquake country or know of a Loved one that does and especially if they live in a tsunami zone THEN PLEASE GET IT! And NOW! I have had it now for over 2 years and Love It! And it would be in the top five apps I must have always

Great when it reports....

I do very much appreciate this app. Although I don't live in a typical earthquake prone area, I am very interested in our earth and what is happening on it and to all of my fellow inhabitants. This app gives great info and I really like the new tsunami info feature that was added.

I'm giving 3 stars because not all earthquakes are being reported lately. A cluster of quakes around Oregon, some quakes scattered around the New Madrid line, and just today at least 2 separate tremors in California in the mid 4 range and now it has been 45 minutes since a 5.8 aftershock has hit Kathmandu and still not a peep from this app.

A word in their defense, the USGS feed (where this info comes from) has also not been reporting many of the United States quakes either. And lowering considerably the intensity of a few. One was the Las Vegas quake. So I'm not sure if it's really this app to blame-- or the feed where they get their info.

QuakeFeed Earthquake Map, Alerts and News - World Earthquakes Displayed on Esri Maps
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Weather
  • Updated:
  • Version: 3.1
  • Size: 40.0 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

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