Get earthquake ready and help your community

Have earthquake information at your fingertips and help create a global earthquake early warning network.

Click to download on the Apple app store
Click to download on Google Play

As seen in

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Stylized alert: Earthquake. Shaking expected. Drop, cover, and hold on.

Help develop earthquake early warnings

Your device becomes an earthquake sensor and joins a smartphone network collecting valuable data.

Quickly understand the impact of an earthquake

See damage and shaking reports submitted by other community members along with information from the USGS and other global earthquake authorities.

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Stay informed

Get notifications about nearby earthquakes and track earthquakes around the globe.

Share your experience

Felt an earthquake? Share your experience with fellow users and MyShake scientists.

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How it works



When your phone is stationary, MyShake is ready to collect data from its motion sensors.

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MyShake uses a neural network to decide which motion is produced by earthquakes and which isn’t.



When MyShake detects an earthquake, its network of phones records the shaking to collect valuable data.

Get MyShake today

Start getting earthquake ready with a global community of citizen scientists.

Click to download on the app store
Click to download on Google Play