Dec 19, 2014 - Elecont LLC today announces eWeather HD 3.3, the biggest update to its full-featured weather forecast app for iPhone and iPad. eWeather HD provides all the weather info you need in one place, easily customized to track conditions for the places you care about. Version 3.3 introduces a new 10-day weather forecast widget, Retina HD graphics for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, support for barometric air pressure sensor, sharing capabilities to Instagram and much more.
Oct 10, 2014 - Elecont LLC today announces eWeather HD 3.2, an update to its all-in-one weather forecast app for iPhone and iPad. New version introduces an unique widget - live weather clock for iOS 8 Today screen. New widget puts everything you need to know to prepare for a fall season - in the palm of your hand. The app also includes lots of other improvements and fixes. eWeather HD is the most complete weather app that provides all of the necessary information about weather.
Oct 10, 2014 - Indie developer, Trond Rossvoll today introduces widget weather 1.0, his new weather widget for iOS 8. Offering multiple icon themes to provide a personal touch, widget weather provides weather forecast in a space effective manner by showing the current weather state and a relevant weather icon along with forecasted temperature and precipitation for 3-hour periods ahead in time. widget weather is all about choices and comes with several icon sets and two forecast services to choose from.
Sep 22, 2014 - ZeroWeather, the new weather app by the italian software house Pizero Design has been released for Android and iOS, and is now available for free worldwide. Combining amazing graphics, accurate forecasting, and social functionality into our nex-gen weather application, ZeroWeather is the result of almost a year of painstaking work and development. ZeroWeather was created to be reliable and fun, as it includes two ways to share weather with friends.
Sep 04, 2014 - Predictive-first developer Ken Tidwell today introduces Ocean Levels 1.0 for iOS, his new location-aware mobile app. Ocean Levels displays projected ocean level increases using NASA Shuttle Radar Tomography Data to show what various changes in water level. Users can easily see the effects of increased flood levels relative to their current location using different flood depths, whether from ocean-level rise, storm surge, tsunami or perhaps even an open-ocean asteroid impact.
Aug 08, 2014 - SuperWeather from Superdik trading b.v. provides users with full weather details for any location around the world now, over the next 24 hours or over the next 7 days. The new no-cost app all features wind, precipitation, air pressure, sunrise/sunset, moonrise/moonset/moon phase details, & users can easily share weather conditions with their social network via Facebook or Twitter. Users swipe horizontally to switch between locations, or swipe vertically to toggle between current weather details.
Jul 03, 2014 - To kick off the 2014 hurricane season, Kitty Code, LLC today announces promotional pricing for Hurricane Pro, their award winning app for iOS. The standard in tracking applications, Hurricane Pro helps people prepare for hurricane season and weather the storms with great tips, preparedness information and storm centered details. Hurricane Pro shows where the storms are, in a beautifully detailed app that is quick and interactive. For a limited time, Hurricane Pro is current available at $1.99.
Jun 26, 2014 - Lifeware Solutions today releases Fishing Deluxe 2.7, an update to their popular fishing time calendar for iOS. Fishing Deluxe helps you plan your fishing trips by predicting specific days and times with high probability of fishing success. Discover best fishing times and store all your catches and fishing spots. Version 1.7 is translated into German, Swedish and Russian languages and supports iCloud storage, picture sharing using Twitter and more.
Jun 23, 2014 - Miami based Random Widgets today introduces iCSC: Clear Sky Chart Viewer 1.0 for iOS, a Weather app that allows amateur and professional astronomers view Clear Sky Chart's for their location. The Clear Sky Chart, invented and maintained by Attilla Danko, shows at a glance when, in the next 48 hours, one might expect clear and dark skies for a specific observing site. There are over 4600 charts available for North America, with data provided by Allan Rahill of the Canadian Meteorological Center.