1. Accurate and precise: The earthquake list provides up-to-date and accurate information with zero errors. The data is in accordance with the USGS data.
2. Detailed info: The list provides the location, magnitude, time, date and approximated location. When you tap on it, it'll open the USGS site to show you more information related to that quake.
3. Filters: You have the full freedom to narrow down the list according to your preference. Filters can be applied according to the magnitude or recents. You can also set the minimum magnitude strength.
4. Real-time notifications: Want to get the earthquake alert? The Earthquake Notification Service (ENS) from USGS can send you automated notification emails when earthquakes happen in your area.
5. Did you feel it?: This feature shows how many people felt the specific earthquake in their region with its magnitude, perceived strength and location. [Note]: This feature is still in beta.
Ah, I forgot to mention that it's optimized for Android (8.0) Oreo (the app has an adaptive icon) and it also comes with a sweet intro.
The app will be updated with newer features like earthquake news feed and more filters in the future.