No doubt about it, weather apps are hot sellers year ’round. For a list of our favorites, check out AppCraver’s Editor Picks of the Best Weather Apps for iPhone and iPad, or read on for breaking news and reviews of weather applications from the App Store.
Award Winning Weather App Wx Now Available for iPhone
Hunter Research and Technology today is pleased to announce the iPhone version of its popular weather app Wx, which was named a 2009 Mac Gem by Macworld magazine. Wx displays current conditions, forecasts, alerts, and radar for U.S.
Celebrate Summer with Weather Doodle - Now for iPad
Tiny Mammal, the developers that created the “artful” weather app for iPhone and touch recently released an update that includes full iPad support. To celebrate, Weather Doodle is available in the App Store on all devices for the sale price of .99 until May 23.
The Ultimate List of Weather Apps for iPad (and iPhone)
I know, I know, all you want to know is whether you need an umbrella.
That’s what you say now. But once you take a spin through the various approaches to weather apps available for the iPad, well, you’ll still just want to know whether you need an umbrella.
WeatherBug Elite is Well Worth the Extra Dollar
WeatherBug Elite - A great many iPhone and Touch users I know have the free version of WeatherBug installed on their device. I did too, for a long time and then a few weeks ago I upgraded to WeatherBug Elite, which eliminates ads and provides additional features.
Human Weather is Odd Mix of Weather and Social Networking
Human Weather - Weather apps are a popular download for the iPhone and why wouldn’t they be? It’s pretty convenient to get a quick glance at the day’s weather or tomorrow’s forecast when and where you want it.
WeatherCyclopedia Is a Nearly Perfect Storm of Information
If you're a weather dweeb like I am, WeatherCyclopedia will send you sky high. Telemet, the developer, bills this app as "The Most Comprehensive Weather Encyclopedia Under the Sun," and I believe it.
Pocket Express — Placing The World In The Palm Of Your Hand
The Pocket Express iPhone App from Handmark Inc. is an information-based app, which has been used by smartphone owners for quite some time. The app is designed to make it easy for you to access news, sports, weather, entertainment and other information quickly. According to Handmark Inc, the Pocket Express app for the iPhone is designed specifically for the functionality and features of the iPhone.
Wunder Radio Connects to Radio Waves from Around the World
Joseph Campbell once said you can tell a lot about a city by its tallest building. I'd like to think you can deduce a few things about a place by its local radio stations as well — which is why I'm utterly fascinated with Wunder Radio, the latest release from the folks at Weather Underground.
Forecast for WeatherX is Cloudy with Low Visibility
With 10-12 inches of snow in the forecast this week, and another 10-12 inches in the forecast for next week in New England, WeatherLive's WeatherX would seem like the ideal app to have.
Unfortunately, this app couldn't tell you where it was snowing unless you put your iPhone outside and let the white stuff cover it.
Snow Reports Brings the Mountain to You
Snow Reports - I have been an avid snowboarder since I was a little boy. Through out the entire time that I was developing into the snowboarder that I am today, I discovered that snow reports are a snowboarder or skier's best friend.
The Weather Channel: Tons of Info for Weather Junkies
If you’ve heard it never rains in Southern California you may get your proof once you download The Weather Channel App. By default this geo-location weather app gives you information based on your current locale. If you want info on a place you’re traveling to simply type in city, state, or zip code.
Surf Report - Surfline and Oakley Team Up
Surf Report has dazzled our editors here at AppCraver and instantly entered the Editor's Picks with a perfect 10 — it's an honor we rarely bestow and we think Surf Report deserves the high score.
Aero Weather is a Must for Pilots
If you are a pilot, the Aero Weather App is pretty awesome. I usually fly from Novato California to Tahoe, Las Vegas or Santa Monica. Aero weather gives me a quick glimpse of the weather situation at these airports.
Who is Hot?
"Who is Hot?” takes awkward silences to a new level.
The app basically takes your contact list and tells you where the source of the phone number originated and then grabs the current weather situation and puts that next to the contact name, phone number and city.