Download Earthquake Alert! Apps on Your PC (Windows 7, 8, 10 & Mac)

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Earthquake Alert! For PC - Free Download And Install On Windows 10, MacOS. The newest version of “Earthquake Alert!” is now available to run on computer OSs such as Windows 10 32bit & 64bit.

See Magnitude 1.0+ from the U.S. and Magnitude 4.5+ earthquakes from all over the World.
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Developer
Josh Clemm
Version
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Updated
June 5, 2020
Requirements
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Size
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Description

See Magnitude 1.0+ from the U.S. and Magnitude 4.5+ earthquakes from all over the World.

Features
– Tab between map and list
– Latest quakes in the World.
– Filter what you see
– Click quake to view on map
– Map shows magnitudes
– View details on USGS site
– Alerts and Push notifications!
– Download the Alerter App to be more informed!
– Satellite Map view
– Share to social media
– Report if you felt it to USGS
– Choose what you want to load

How to download and use Earthquake Alert! on PC and Mac

The Earthquake Alert! is one of the most popular free app for mobile devices, and the service has recently added Windows and Mac apps.

  • Step 1: First, you have to download the Bluestacks application from the below link, if you have not installed it yet.
  • Step 2: The installation process is quite simple and straight-forward. Open the Bluestacks emulator after successful installation.
  • Step 3: Bluestacks may take some time to load initially. After it is opened, you should be able to see the Bluestacks home screen.
  • Step 4: Bluestacks comes with Google Play Store pre-installed. Locate Playstore and double click the icon to open it.
  • Step 5: The next step is to search for the application on your PC that you would like to install. We will install Earthquake Alert! on our PC.
  • Step 6: After you click Install, Earthquake Alert! will automatically be installed in Bluestacks. Apps can be found under Bluestacks' list of installed apps.

What's new

Fixed loading of earthquake feed due to changed USGS data source Read more Collapse

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