iPhone App of the Week: Weather Live
Thursday, December 1, 2011/
The iPhone already comes with a weather app, but since the App Store launched developers have been making programs that are much better. One of the latest is a worthy entry.
Weather Live, developed in Australia, shows off the current weather in your location with beautiful graphics and representations of whatever’s going on outside.
The app fives you weather forecasts, the local time for different cities, animations that change as the weather changes, an adjustable weather widget, the current temperature, and alerts for when the weather changes.
You can also look up wind direction and speed, pressure and humidity details, along with seven day and 24-hour forecasts.
This is a $1 app, and is universal across the iPhone and iPad. If you’re on the look-out for a great weather app, this is definitely worth a purchase.
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