Andrew Anonymous's Review of Seasonality GoReviewed on 8/24/18 10:05 PM
The design is wonderful, but the weather data doesn't update on the schedule described in the FAQ. Sometimes it goes an entire day without updating, sometimes 2 or 3 hours. This makes the app worthless. I emailed support about this and didn't get a response. The app may work well in some areas, but doesn't in my area. Update: Finally heard from support. They suggested switching to a more active source for forecasts, which I did. But updates are still not frequent. I fear there is a deep-rooted problem. A shame as the design is the best I've seen.
Mikeinportland4027's Review of Seasonality GoReviewed on 8/16/18 3:31 PM
There are some good ideas in this app, but the execution is lacking. For example the particle map has particles traveling in groups in straight lines. The map showing fronts, highs, and lows does not have complete front lines. The ideas are there. They just need to work.
TeeBoune's Review of Seasonality GoReviewed on 8/14/18 10:38 PM
First, I am wondering if this app has been abandoned. Hasn’t been updated in a year. Accuracy is not very good. Temperature and precipitation forecasts are not accurate for my area . For example the probability of rain will display as 50 or 75% for most of a given day and other apps will forecast 10% chance of rain. When it doesn’t rain the next day, I know which app is accurate and which is not. And this one is usually not. I wish The pixels on the map where not so large. Each pixel seems to Cover several hundred yards. Even when you zoom out, the pixels showing precipitation are extremely blotchy and Large. I don’t think this app is worth the price.
Every girl's crazy bout a ...'s Review of Seasonality GoReviewed on 10/19/17 2:51 PM
I’ve commented on this before. I use this app a lot, primarily for the graphs. They’re just so handy especially when I’m planning my exercise week. I’m a road cyclist. I just wish so badly there was some sort of line dividing each day on the graph. Simply having the day of the week under a spot on the graph is way too vague. My wish is that in the settings I could choose an option to insert lines down the ground at midnight of every day, or even two hour intervals in zoom mode. Pretty pleeeeeeeeeae!