eWeather for iOS 2.8 introduces a new, exciting look and feel with its latest update. However, the goal wasn't simply to make eWeather HD "prettier" said the developers.
"Whether you're reading a detailed forecast, watching the amazing weather clocks or interactive maps we wanted to give you more contrast on the screen to concentrate on the data," explained Elecont Software in a press release today.
The most apparent visual change on the iPhone and iPad is the new visual theme. The high contrast of complementary colors creates a vibrant look and feel especially when used at sunny day or in a dark environment.
The new weather maps combines multiple layers of advanced weather information: vector-based maps with severe weather areas, city temperatures, high-resolution weather radar (U.S.) and earthquakes. Vector-based maps allow to get accurate areas affected by weather-related extreme events (or forecasts of these extreme events). Severe weather maps and bulletins now available for the entire U.S. and 13 European countries including Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Switzerland and United Kingdom.
eWeather HD delivers data to your device with a clear and accurate picture of the storm along with official warnings. It truly provides weather data when you need it, where you need it.
The top features in the updated eWeather HD 2.8 include: new multilayered weather map; severe weather alerts for Europe; a severe alerts map for the U.S. and Europe; and an improved look and feel with two visual themes.