Earthquake Monitor

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Earthquake Monitor

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Apple Weather 1.9.3 October 05, 2016 4.45

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Version 1.9.3 released on October 05, 2016
Version 1.9.3 - Fixes for numerous problems with the In-App Purchase. Ads will now be removed correctly! - Minor text formatting fixes. - Don't forget for the new iOS 10 advanced notifications! There is now a map with the epicenter embedded in every notification. Consult the FAQ in the app if you don't know how this feature works.

Version 1.9.2 released on September 29, 2016
Version 1.9.2 - Fixed a critical bug where "more alert settings" options would not be saved. All alert settings should save just fine now. - Updated FAQ text regarding the new iOS 10 advanced notifications. - Minor bug fixes and improvements.

Version 1.9.1 released on September 25, 2016
Version 1.9.1 - Now you can mute earthquake earthquake alerts that take place in remote oceans. Some existing alert features have been reworked for simplicity. - Advanced iOS 10 notifications. When you get an earthquake alert on your iOS device, simply pull the alert down from the top or force touch it, and a map will be displayed. - The 30 day view has been reworked to look exactly like the 24 hour view. - The nearby cities view is now represented as an emoji in the upper right corner of an individual earthquake's details view. - Numerous problems in the navigational interface have been corrected. - Numerous problems regarding the timestamps in non-English languages have been corrected. - Some explanatory text has been added to the unofficial Twitter feed. Access it by hitting the "?" icon in the upper right corner. - FAQ has been updated.

Version 1.9 released on April 24, 2016
- Adds a 30-day (30d) Map View with a simple magnitude slider. The old List/Map view becomes the 24-hour (24h) view. - Fixed a critical bug in the "All Map" that crashed the app. - Improvements to the Twitter view. Tap a Tweet to view more details for that Tweet from within the app. Easily share and favorite earthquake-related Tweets from right within the app. - Removed the "Test Alert" feature because of inconsistent user experiences. To achieve this functionality, set your app's magnitude to 1 with no location filtering. In an hour or two or less, an earthquake will most likely come in.

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App Description

Alert and browse the latest earthquakes around the world based on real-time USGS data. The alerts are configurable based on an earthquake's magnitude and distance from your current location. You can mute earthquakes that happen in the middle of the ocean. There are additional toggles so you can override your location filtering settings for all magnitude 6+, magnitude 5+, or possible tsunami-producing earthquakes. In the table view, can view and filter by distance, magnitude, and time all earthquakes that have occurred in the past 24 hours or 30 days. There is a magnitude slider to filter the earthquakes neatly. Tap any earthquake to see which cities are closest to the epicenter. An Apple Watch app with advanced notifications is also included. The app displays the most recent magnitude 3 or above earthquake that has occurred in the past 24 hours worldwide. The advanced notifications show the epicenter of an earthquake on a map together with the standard alert text. A reliable earthquake location, magnitude, and depth are usually alerted within 3-5 minutes for continental USA earthquakes, and within 30 minutes for worldwide earthquakes. This app also includes a real-time embedded Twitter stream of quality earthquake news sources.

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