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.
Jun 16, 2014 - UK based app developer, Rory Buckley today announces Weather Pod 2.1, the latest update to his popular weather discovery app for iOS. Weather Pod balances visual simplicity with advanced weather intelligence to give the user fast, accurate and frequently updated weather information, based on their current location. Version 2.1 boasts new features and general improvements to further compliment the previous version, praised for its unique and effective user experience.
May 05, 2014 - Elecont LLC today announces eWeather HD 3.1, an update to its leading weather forecast tracking tool for iPhone and iPad. eWeather HD puts everything you need to know to prepare for a summer season in the palm of your hand. This app displays both radar and satellite images, beach water temperatures, tornado and thunderstorm weather alerts and much more. Version 3.1 introduces new photorealistic weather animations, "future weather" maps, improved support for Twitter and Facebook.
Apr 02, 2014 - Meteovista launches Meteovista HD 1.0.3 for iPad, now available worldwide in the App Store. Using weather forecasts compiled by an in-house teams of meteorologist experts, Meteovista HD is a truly unique app that is fully customizable to suit each user's needs. For everywhere in the world there is a choice of: the weather for today and tomorrow, rainfall radar, weekly overview, maps showing the weather, wind and weather ratings, conditions for outdoor activities and health.
Mar 26, 2014 - There are numerous apps that monitor weather forecasts. The Canadian startup ZelStudio pushed this concept a step further by allowing users to customize alarms depending on weather conditions for upcoming days. Introducing Weather Alarm 1.0 for iOS. In addition to choosing between weather conditions, users can set a desired temperature range & a required amount of precipitation that will trigger their alarm. This innovating concept allows anyone to be alerted if the perfect day is coming soon.
Mar 19, 2014 - Kitty Code, LLC announces the update to their award winning iOS Apps Hurricane Pro for the iPhone and Hurricane HD for the iPad. The update to Hurricane HD includes a whole new Video Updates area, new Analysis area, iOS 7 updates, and Retina graphics while the Hurricane Pro update includes iOS 7 as well as other minor feature enhancements to the broadcast quality, zoomable maps covering storms in both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans and of course the latest past storms.
Mar 07, 2014 - Bluzeg announces Weather Chum 1.0.2, an update to its popular weather app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Fed by information taken directly from World Weather Online weather API, the app uses actual and long term forecast meteorological data to build animated sceneries along with different cartoon characters reacting to real weather events helped by realistic sounds effects. Version 1.0.2 adds more accurate way of getting the city name from the GPS location, minor bug fixes and more.
Mar 04, 2014 - The first app developed and released by Ninja Bottle, Rainly 1.2.3 aims to help users rediscover weather through its simplified interface, clean graphics and pared-down functionality. Users can swipe up the screen to advance the forecast by up to 24 hours, swipe down to reveal a six-day forecast and swipe left or right to switch between multiple locations. Double tapping the app's home screen lets users modify both temperature and time formats to suit their preferences.