Don't-Miss Weather software Stories
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This iPhone app shines when the weather's bad, thanks to radar and cloud cover maps.
Because "it's 65 degrees" doesn't always tell the whole story.
Weather apps are as numerous and varied as clouds in the sky, but some take the same old data much farther than a simple 5-day forecast.
Clear skies may be boring, but I prefer them in the summertime; none of my summer activities work very well in the rain. It's one reason I love Dark Sky for iOS, and version 3.0 brings several worthy improvements to the precipitation prediction service.
Yahoo has released two new mobile apps, for weather and email, suggesting the company may be on track toward delivering on its promise of offering users a range of new mobile products over the next several months.
How does Apple cram so much graham into Golden Grah--er, functionality into iTunes? Can severe weather alerts on your mobile warn you of snaps, crackles, and pops (caused by lightning)? And silly Facebook, HTML5 is for kids.
Rival weather apps from The Weather Channel and AccuWeather have been revamped with iOS 5 compatibility and updated graphics that give your local weather the look of a top-flight video game.
Desktop version of the app has received critical acclaim; now developer Craig Hunter is offering a $4 version for iPad
The popular Weather HD app that began its life on the iPad now supports the iPhone as well.
A major upgrade to this weather app for iPhone and iPad brings a fresh, clean new interface, optional background updating, and an emphasis on customizability.
Using VNC software, you can connect from almost any kind of computer to almost any kind of computer. The only hitch: You have to know what you're doing, or be able to figure it out.
The iPad may not include a default weather application like the iPhone and iPod touch do, but have no fear -- third-party app makers have been hard at work optimizing their offerings for Apple's new device.
Apple may not have included its iPhone weather app with its new device but that doesn't mean you won’t have any weather apps on your iPad.