This week, we’re proud to collaborate once again with AppsFlyer, Mobile and App Analytics expert. Discover the first part of our guest post dealing with App Analytics and ASO. Read the rest of this blog post here. The popularity of mobile apps continues to grow, keeping pace with the ever increasing public demand. Actually, we count more than 85 billion apps downloads on the Apple App Store since its launch in 2008. App Store Optimization (ASO) is getting …
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Earthquake PRO - Alert & Search USGS Data Edition
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Weather||1.2||January 12, 2016||3.2|
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- ● Versions
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Version 1.2 released on January 12, 2016
- fixed bug with latest earthquake data that happened a few hours ago wasn't shown
Version 1.1 released on December 15, 2015
- Made app watch compatible - Added ability to favorite quakes you like - Free users can now perform searches 5 times for free - Tons of visual and bug fixes
Version 1.0 released on July 21, 2015
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Most fun and easy to use earthquake monitoring app. Get latest earthquake data for any country in the world directly from the most reliable source USGS. Features • Super easy to use app • Universal app. Download it once and use it on all Apple devices. • Monitor quakes for the entire globe! • Get complete USGS data for each and every earthquake. We provide you with full quake information that is sent by USGS. • Show them right on the map • Three map features to switch from - Map, Satellite, Hybrid • See depth longitude and latitude GPS coordinates • Perform historic or daily searches by entering a time period and Richter scale (in-app required) • You can sort them by most recent or with the highest magnitude • You can narrow the search down based on a particular country. (in-app required) • Share info with your family and friends Download now!
Earthquake PRO - Alert & Search USGS Data Edition Ranking History | Weather
Earthquake PRO - Alert & Search USGS Data Edition daily app ranking in Weather category for the last 30 days.
Earthquake PRO - Alert & Search USGS Data Edition Worldwide Rankings | Weather
Earthquake PRO - Alert & Search USGS Data Edition rankings per country in Weather category.
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