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What people are saying:"It’s a million impressive little things. I have both the Blackberry version (good) and the i Phone version (amazing!
It’s the blurring of the background; its the subtle parallax scroll when flipping between cities; it’s the way the windmills spin faster or slower based on the actual current windspeed." - Greg Kumparak, Tech Crunch Tell us what you think: We are committed to building the best mobile experiences and would love to hear your feedback. ) this app loads beautiful photos from around wherever you are at the time.
Favorite features:-Get all the details: wind, pressure, and chance of precipitation.-Experience weather conditions for rain, snow, fog and extreme heat with animated weather effects.-See animated sunrise, sunset, wind, and pressure modules.-Browse interactive maps: radar, satellite, heat, and snow.-Track all your favorite cities and destinations!
-Twice daily notifications help you be prepared, whatever the weather.
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The following video shows how to add widgets to your home screen: Shortcuts, Widgets, Folders. Can I try out the new version without losing the old one? The new version has a different package name, and is actually a new app in the market.
When Mother Nature is in a bad mood, it helps to keep an eye on what's going on in the sky, and these Android apps can help. When testing weather apps, I spend most of my time evaluating the apps as apps.
Effective design is one of my key criteria: I want my ideal weather app to be visually pleasing and easy to use.
-Experience weather conditions for rain, snow, fog and extreme heat with animated weather effects.
Helpful tips:-Scroll down for detailed weather information.-Tap the plus sign to add up to 20 cities.-Swipe left-to-right to move between locations.-Submit your photos to Yahoo Weather by joining #projectweather on Flickr. -update- I've been using this for a couple of years now. The BB version is close in terms of how the information is presented but has one huge flaw: you can't add multiple locations.