It's amazing how much we look to the weather in order to make plans in our day, so with that said, it's important to find a source for reliable weather information. The WeatherPro app for your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone provides users with up-to-date weather information that is able to predict up to two weeks in advance. The app can obviously help on a regular daily basis but is also great when you’re trying to make advance plans or even holiday plans.
There's no reason why weather has to spoil your plans because thanks to the WeatherPro app you'll always know what to expect. With the app you have a seven-day forecast plus hourly forecasts. In fact you can look at the hourly forecast for the next two weeks and get an idea of what the temperature and weather conditions will be doing. It's not just the basics that you are given, you can view all the in-depth details such as the air pressure, wind speed and direction, temperature, relative humidity, precipitation probability and amount, and more. You've got the option of reading the forecast or viewing it on a graph.
After you download the app you'll discover there are some features that require an in-app purchase. You can unlock the premium features for $5.99 for 12 months or $1.99 for three months. Users will be happy to note that the app is an ad-free experience. The app has been updated within the last month with some general improvements, bug fixes, and additional features and tools. Customers have given this one four out of five stars calling it the best weather app out there, easy to use, and fantastic.
Access all kinds of weather details
Examining the Features
There are a number of features in the WeatherPro app that have been designed to give users a very smooth and informative experience. You can view weather photos, webcams, use the widget, get weather news, and more. Speaking of weather news the app is also an excellent source for extreme weather warnings and alerts. You'll be able to view worldwide alerts, making it ideal if you happen to be traveling. There is animated radar and satellite imagery for a great deal of Europe, Australia, and the U.S.
There are ways to personalize your experience too, by connecting to weather stations that are nearby and marking locations as favorites. The only problem with having so much data available to users is that the screen can start to look pretty busy and cluttered.
The user interface can become pretty cluttered looking making it hard to read