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Rating: 4.3 (25,224) Cost: Free Downloads: 1,000,000 - 5,000,000
Use RadarNow! to quickly see an animated radar image and current conditions! No digging through menus to see if a storm is on the way!
RadarNow! provides National Weather Service (NWS) Enhanced Radar "Base" (N0R) images from the NOAA WSR-88D NEXRAD Radar sites located around the US. Radar images are downloaded directly from NWS servers so are always the most current available. When you start the app, the radar images are from the site closest to your location.
NWS Alerts included with the free mode starting in v4.0. Only alerts issued to the your current county are sent and the alerts can be filtered so only the ones that interest you are used.
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RadarNow! is a free download with access to Premium features. Use the FREE Standard version to monitor your local radar and receive NWS Alerts or choose to upgrade through the app to Premium if you want to activate the enhanced features. You may try the premium features with our free 5 day trial or purchase one year of access for $2.99 or $4.99 for two years. You will not automatically be billed and must manually renew when your access expires.
The 5 day free trial gives you free access to the premium features. Once the 5 day trial has passed, the app reverts back to the free "standard" mode. You will not be charged to use the free trial under any circumstances.
Lose or upgrade your phone or tablet? No problems. Your paid access moves with you. Buy once and have RadarNow! premium on all your devices too.
RadarNow! Standard will automatically switch to RadarNow! Premium for free if your local radar site is off line so you can select another radar site.
Please use the "Contact us" form inside RadarNow! (menu-setting-contact us) if you encounter a problem or have a suggestion for improvement.
We value your input! It was suggestions and constructive critiques from users just like you that led to the new, improved RadarNow!.
RadarNow! is designed to be fast, efficient and have great free options. If you want a full featured weather app that shows things like ski conditions or tide reports, we suggest using WeatherBug or Weather Channel. RadarNow! Standard (Free) provides animated radar, local conditions and NWS Alerts centered on your current location. Radar Now! Premium provides the same but allows you to select other radar sites as well as provide more zoom levels, range rings, selectable locations and a pannable map of the continental US with a looping weather radar.
RadarNow! uses US radars only, therefore is active for entire U.S., Puerto Rico, Guam and areas of Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean that border the U.S.
Battery is used ONLY when RadarNow! is active, otherwise RadarNow! has no effect on battery life. RadarNow! uses GPS and network location services to fix your location. If location services aren't available, Zip Code can be used with RadarNow! to set location.
This new version of RadarNow! was created by USNaviguide in cooperation with Mighty Pocket.
Brian - 2011-09-22
Evo. Works great! Fast convenient picks up locations, gets the radar info quickly. I even upgraded to the paid version- something i normally never do.
AJ - 2011-09-20
The old one was so much faster and simpler I don't want all theses buttons just simple radar! Go back
Russ - 2011-09-28
deb - 2011-09-20
Resolution on my Samsung Moment Droid sucks with new upgrade. Liked old v. Saved r lives when torn. hit W St. L. county 5/22. We got t hell out n time
Robert - 2011-10-01
Used to be a good app. Map resolution is poor. Radar overlay is good. Raindar is much better, it's free, covers the USA, and uses google maps.
Tony - 2011-09-21
Support gets 5 stars. App screens show are much better then the atari like graphics on my dinc
Joey - 2011-10-01
Either everyone rating 5 stars is blind or a meteorologist. Too much noise that looks like rain near radar centers.
Walter - 2011-09-26
Jack - 2011-09-20
The app works slow. Compared to older versions and upload as a new app with each update.
Phillip - 2011-09-27
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