N.1 Earthquake app for iPhone and iPad, more than 3M users, supports Apple Watch

Get the latest worldwide data from several sources and receive push notifications alerts.

Main features:

  • push notifications on your phone as soon as the event data is available from an official source (you can set up to 4 alerts based on location and/or magnitude threshold)
  • map with different sized and colored circles to represent event magnitude and age
  • filter events by area (country, continent) or magnitude
  • multiple sources, including U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC), GeoScience Australia, GNS Science (GeoNet), Instituto Geográfico Nacional, Servicio Sismológico Nacional, British Geological Survey, GFZ GEOFON, Natural Resources Canada, NOAA
  • event timeline (today, yesterday, previous days)
  • no ads
  • earthquakes catalog (all world regions covered, back to 2013), search by date, territory, city or reporting agency
  • detail view for each event, reachable from map and timeline views
  • Tsunami bulletins (NOAA data)
  • Tectonic Plate Boundaries (USGS data)
  • Population estimates for each event and Population Density layer (SEDAC/NASA data)
  • export data to Google Earth or other installed apps supporting kml file format
  • social sharing: share event map and data to Facebook, Twitter, Email
  • reverse geocoding: names of locations, when unavailable, are calculated automatically from their geographical coordinates
  • Today Widget: the widget briefly shows some details of the biggest seismic event that occurred in your country over the last 24 hours.
  • 3D Touch and Haptic feedback support
  • Siri Shortcuts support - "Hey Siri, what are the latest earthquakes in the United States?"
  • "Critical Alerts" and "Dark Mode" support
  • earthquake catalog search by date, city, country, continent and reporting agency
  • multiple languages: the app is localized in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Greek, Russian, Chinese, Dutch, Portuguese, Turkish, Hungarian, Romanian, Korean, Croatian