October 19, 2012 in Weather (F)
[prMac.com] Praha, Czech Republic - The development team of the recently released app ClearWeather - Color Forecast never sleeps, so just after releasing a new update to their increasingly popular weather application in Apple's AppStore, they have added yet another edition that is going to be available for free.
The first version was published in the iTunes App Store in August 2012, and already thousands of users are falling in love with this weather app because of its ease of use. Thanks to the easy-to-read symbols and temperature shown by color, users need to just glance at the screen to get a picture of how the outside temperature will feel like.
"I got rid of all my other weather apps. Some were a couple hundred megabytes, with moving graphics and special video. Didn't need any of it. I get all my critical info from your app at a glance," says Francisco, one of ClearWeather's excited users on ClearWeather's fan page on Facebook
With this free version, users can now experience the ClearWeather app for free with up to five saved locations for weather and a small banner supporting the free version. Later they can upgrade to the full version with no ads, and enjoy keeping track of weather in an unlimited number of locations.
The free version of this innovative visual weather forecast app - ClearWeather Free is available as of now through the iTunes Store. Both the free version and full version are ready to be downloaded to your phone.
* iOS 4.3 or later
* iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad
* 9.8 MB
Pricing and Availability:
ClearWeather Free - Color forecast 1.3 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Weather category.
Pavel Mikunda is an experienced programmer and user experience designer from the Czech Republic. In 2011 he started developing iOS apps for entertainment as well as useful tools like ClearWeather He started developing iOS apps in 2011 and since then he released three different apps, and two separate free versions of them on the iTunes App Store. More apps are already in progress. Copyright (C) 2012 Pavel Mikunda. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.