In SPC Storm reports allow filtering by state. In long-press in radar show VCP in menu. Better tilt management in nexrad radar. Fix SPS warning in US Alerts. Fix issue with long press inside special weather statements in Nexrad radar, was not always showing correct text. Fix heat index from showing when approximately equal to temperature. Better sizing or GPS Location circle in Nexrad radar.
Ratings and Reviews
best weather app out there.
in many weather apps you'll see a title similar to this one, but the fact is a lot of those people writing those reviews are just people with average weather knowledge, nothing wrong with that either, but this app is the best you can get for free. this is coming from a guy with a background in storm spotting via skywarn, a guy who also has experience with COCORAHS and MPING. I am very hard to satisfy when it comes to my weather data, I have 16 apps right now for different data, this app is slowly taking their places for my one stop shop for weather. I have several different text products, several views on the radars, several graphical products, all this data is very useful for my jobs and hobbies. having this experience and background with skywarn and COCORAHS and MPING, I feel safe in saying this is truly the best weather app I've come across.
Amazing storm information in one app
I have always been skeptical of the recent merging of weather companies. For some reason IBM is buying out everyone, and controlling the weather data which I find is to be very strange. Intellicast, The weather channel, and weather underground is in IBM’s control, and since this is happened them apps are horrible, and dangerous because the warnings are issued late, and they have taken away so much weather information from us! My hat is off with great respect to the developers of this app. I appreciate the amount of hard work you guys are putting in. Keeping me and everyone else informed so we can protect ourselves and our families. Thank you WX
So. Much. Weather!
I’ve barely scratched the surface of this app, and I’m already blown away by just how much weather data is readily available, all open-source, and without cost, ads, or fluff. Sure, you can find a lot of it via official NOAA/NWS channels, but not all in one place, and not in a mobile-friendly format.
With bloated commercial weather apps and companies big and small trying to sell us the weather data we’ve already paid for with our tax dollars, while sneakily selling their users’ metrics to ad companies (and whoever else), this is a breath of fresh air.
Thanks to the dev for bringing this no-nonsense power-user weather app to iOS at last! Outstanding!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.