Radar Pro is an interactive Weather Radar application for anyone with a need for graphical weather updates on the go. It allows you to view the most up-to-date weather radar data - direct from the United States National Weather Service NEXRAD Level 3 Radar Network. Coverage includes the entire 50 states and Puerto Rico.
What sets Radar Pro apart from other weather radar apps is that Radar Pro receives radar data directly from the National Weather Service operational servers. The images are in their true, original format and not a smoothed graphic - smoothing any data reduces its accuracy. This means the radar data is the most accurate view of precipitation freely available to the public.
Set the Radar In Motion -- easily begin an animation loop to view storm motion over the past several minutes.
Know exactly where a storm is and where it's going and how it could impact you -- set the radar image in motion and easily begin an animation loop to view storm motion over the past several minutes; and with one touch, your current location is marked on the map so you'll always know where you are in relation to precipitation or severe weather warnings.
● Level 3 NEXRAD display to 248 nautical miles
● User Configurable Data Updates Rates
● Favorite Radar List
● Radar Site Status Information
● Complete US coverage including Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico
● 154 Radar Sites
● Auto radar selection
● Pinch to Zoom In and Out
● Swipe to Pan
● Complete US/Canada/Mexico outline
● Cities and Towns
● State Boundaries
● County Boundaries
● Major Highways
● Radar Selection via Map
Performance improvements and updates.
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Dallas has disappeared
I’ve used this app for a while and suddenly Dallas shows data for 9:58-10:25am at 4:02am. It says nothing is happening. Other radars show a wintery mix. I’ve emailed tech support.
The app won’t show me my location. It used to. Something wrong? I love the app.
Disappointing, wish it had more to it
This app is cool because you get raw data that is updated ever two minutes, much faster updates than my other fav, NOAA Radarcast, which can take up to 10 minutes between updates - no good in a storm. But, that's about it. It's very simple, too simple I'd say, and some functions just plain fail. I can't get my current location to pop up, just doesn't work. Also, you can only see county lines and highways (no labels either, you have to know the area to guess which blue line is which highway), no street names, etc. to really be able to pinpoint locations. Finally, I wish there was an option to have all radar locations display at once. You can only view one area at a time, crappy!! Also, I accidentally added a location to favorites and when I try to remove it, it won't go away. Bottom line, the raw data is cool but the the app is kind of cheap Surprising cuz it cost $5, I don't think it's worth it. Also, there are no instructions for anything, and emailing support gets no response.
The developer, Bryan Neel, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.
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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.