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  • Smartphone apps turn users into earthquake sensors

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    By Like Nepal

    February 13th, 2016

    Smartphone Apps Turn Users Into Earthquake Sensors

    NEW YORK: Smartphones could become the makeshift earthquake detectors of the future, thanks to a new app launched Friday designed to track tremors and potentially save the lives of its users.

    MyShake, available on Android, links users to become an all-in-one earthquake warning system; it records quake-type rumblings, ties a critical number of users to a location, and could eventually provide a countdown to the start of shaking.

    Its inventors say the app, released by the University of California, Berkeley, could give early warning of a quake to populations without their own seismological instruments.



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