Pocket Weather AU
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Rating: 4.3 (740) Cost: $2.07 Downloads: 10,000 - 50,000
Finally, version 3 of Pocket Weather Australia is here! We've spent many, many months locked away in dark dungeons working on a new version of Pocket Weather that would blow your collective minds. So was it worth the wait? Talk is cheap, let's get down to the features:
- Forecasts for every suburb in Australia, using Brand Spanking New BOM data
- Current details for your location (pressure, humidity, forecasted UV, live UV (where available), Dew Point, Delta T, Rainfall, Wind, Sunrise/Sunset & first light/last light)
- Follow me location (it updates when you open the app, so you always know your local weather)
- Exclusive hourly temperatures 6 days ahead for locations in NSW, VIC, TAS & SA (QLD, WA & NT coming soon)
- Tide data for locations around Australia (works offline)
- Push warning notifications, that you can filter by state, and also by type. Get notified of severe weather events around you!
- All the Rain Radars around Australia, so you can know exactly where it's raining and plan your day
- National Satellite map
- Synoptic Chart
- 3 Widget sizes to choose from, widgets can either have static locations, or auto-update based on where you are
- Save as many locations as you like and quickly look up the weather anywhere in Australia
- Unique card interface that lets you see information at a glance, then tap if you want more info
WHO ARE WE?
We're independent to the core. We're 100% Australian owned & operated. We're 2 developers and 1 designer. We're 3 guys from Adelaide. We're crazy. We're comitted and very serious about Android development. We're experienced having built weather apps for over 3 years now with over 10 years of IT experience before that. We are Shifty Jelly, and you're more than welcome to email us to find out more (email@example.com).
While we have explicit permission (and pay for) data from the BOM this app is not published or maintained by the them. Please send your queries, suggestions and problems to us and leave those hard working lads and ladies in peace.
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