Quake Watch

Quake Watch
Free
730 reviews
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Publisher

Ninja Software

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Download size

4 MB

Last updated

6/20/2014

Version

2.2.2.0

Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone 8

App requires

  • phone identity
  • maps
  • data services
  • web browser component
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
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Supported languages (1)

English
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● View details of the latest earthquakes from around the world as they happen and visualize them in the map

● Let your friends know you felt an earthquake by posting to your favorite social media sites from Quake Watch

● Replay earthquakes from the last 24 hours while being able to zoom and pan around the map and slide the timer back and forth

● Live tiles displays the number of new earthquakes

● The back of the Live tile lists large earthquakes

● Configurable earthquake alerts and map views

● View realtime seismograph displays and recorded events


v2.2 - new wide tile to display more information, some minor bugs fixes, fix for a couple of phones that had an issue.
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Reviews

  • by Randy 7/29/2014
    Enjoying this app, staying informed.
  • by User 7/28/2014
    You have a full 5 coming to you. The world view gives a good view of the places where my work took me. 👌👏 It seems that there is a problem with the site. It continually crashes when attempting to load the locations of the current quakes on the world satellite view. Are you aware of this? Thanks for the prompt response in the app. The UI design is better now, and alert notification is back on.
  • by User 7/27/2014
    It really cool
  • by User 7/26/2014
    Yep
  • by James 7/25/2014
    Great app informative and useful😺
  • by Jean 7/24/2014
    Love this keep up the great work
  • by B 7/24/2014
    Great app
  • by Jose A 7/20/2014
    Thanks
  • by Jose M. 7/19/2014
    Good app
  • by Emmanuel 7/19/2014
    It seems to be quite good! I didn't have any earthquakes in my area to test it though.