I'm in for a $20 donation, anyone else ... Rated 5 out of 5 stars

...appreciate this developer being so responsive and actually doing all the work to bring it up to speed with nee Firefox versions?
Please consider sending a donation as i am, any amount will do if enough people show their appreciation for his work and responsiveness, BECAUSE THIS CAN SAVE LIVES.

About a month ago, I had left a review appealing to this developer to please update this, as Firefox was leaving it in it's dust being limited to 3.5.x, however, after a little patience on my part, and subscribing to this thread... I got notification that it HAS been updated, and it will now work with current versions of Firefox. Well done and thank you!

I am in for a $20.00 donation for this developer's excellent foresight of its use, as well as being responsive to those reviewing his Application, and it is my way of showing gratitude for having taken the time to respond, by both updating the program, and replying to the review, as both were greatly appreciated.

Won;t you also contribute to help keep this current and maybe expand on its capabilities? I am sure it will be worth your while and donation in the long run when the next earth shattering record breaking earthquake becomes more predictable if you are watching the little events that lead up to those big ones, and if the Honshu Japan Quake had NOT been on the ocean's floor, it would have been much more devastating than it was for the Japanese people living in the area, and any further south could have resulted in USA Tsunami warnings and from this notification, MY friends, on the west coast, were afforded much earlier preparation time should an alert for tsunami have been posted, because they were WATCHING for them, having been alerted to the earthquakes by me three days before the 9.0 had finally topped all known records. BTW Honshu Japan is STILL experiencing between 4.6M and 5.4M multiple times a day, up to about two weeks ago when they finally seem to have tapered off to being more infrequent!

Thank you for reading my reviews!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on ( 

A MUST HAVE for any USA based browsers Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This is likely one of the most useful, and almost "must have" add-ons of them all, especially if you are cognizant of the mechanics of geological instability, and although there ended up not being any west coast tsunamis from the Honshu Japan earthquakes (whose aftershocks are still continuing and average a magnitude of most regular land based quakes of 4.5 to 5.6 even after all this time since it began on March 8th ) I was able to warn friends of that area two days before the 9.0 quake hit off the East Coast of Honshu Japan, TWO DAYS BEFORE it came, a the activity reported, indicated something big was soon to follow, I never dreamed it would be the world's largest known earthquake in history... EVER!! Great work, how about updating this for the newer Firefox versions i am losing all my other tools as they get depreciated, while trying to hold on to this!

Thank you for all your hard work!
If you do not update this, it would be a crime and no one will send any support contributions if they have to sacrifice so many other add-ons to keep this alive with the last known compatible ff version being 3.5.8x which will soon lose all mozilla support too however once updated and being such a big fan i will "sell" people on the idea of installing and supporting it if it becomes current again, or at least a few versions more current, because i sincerely believe this will save millions of lives if they have this near real time updater for people who live near any faults, or as far from most as i do on the east coast, but know enough people elsewhere to warrant my keeping tabs for them too!

You DO wish to save lives don't you?

If not then i just might HAVE to take the dive myself, and learn how to create add-ons and attempt to produce something that will suffice in this one's absence then!

If you are willing to teach a little i will venture to try, being adept at web page coding, and use of API's I might be able to help!

Post as much and i will contact you with my contact info!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.5.0). 


Thanks for the soft and detailed review.

The latest version is Up. Enable Add-On Bar, Before you install eQuake Alert from https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/equake-alert/

For co-development, please write to me at priyadarsan@freebookzone.com