LTW's Review of Wx For IpadReviewed on 9/9/19 2:11 PM
I just bought a new iPad that can run the latest version of my favorite weather app. Now I find out landscape was removed A FULL YEAR AGO. Why no update since iOS 10?
F2959's Review of Wx For IpadReviewed on 9/9/19 2:11 PM
Very cool interface, clean design. Well worth it!
Windcrier's Review of Wx For IpadReviewed on 12/13/18 1:13 PM
This app provides me with more consistently accurate forecasts for my location than any other app that I've tried. I'm glad the developers have continued to keep it up to date even as the NWS services keep changing, because I'd hate to have to go without it.
thegrants82's Review of Wx For IpadReviewed on 12/13/18 1:13 PM
The only way to manually refresh is to k*** the app then reopen. This would be a five star but to have to do this just to refresh is nuts. Need a refresh button on the iPhone and iPad versions just like the desktop version. I would have held off if I knew this before my purchase of the iPhone and iPad versions. Wait for an update on this before you spend the money.
VonTrousers's Review of Wx For IpadReviewed on 12/13/18 1:13 PM
This used to be my favorite weather app. Unfortunately, the latest update replaced an easy-to-read appearance with a very harsh black on white scheme (think typewritten text on white paper). It's too harsh and jarring to be readable. I look forward to an added option to restore a less painful appearance
eepisski's Review of Wx For IpadReviewed on 12/13/18 1:13 PM
Thank you for fixing the text forecast format. That is the first thing I look at for local wx forecast. Only thing I don't like is the bland white background.
UnclePax's Review of Wx For IpadReviewed on 12/13/18 1:13 PM
Weatherbug is 8 times as useful at 1/4 the price. I haven't used the Mac version, which may be good, this is not. No radar zoom - Lame. Odd navigation. Unappealing fonts. Needs total rewrite.
Fellow Flyer's Review of Wx For IpadReviewed on 12/13/18 1:13 PM
Great app! Thanks for putting this together, it is exactly what I was looking for. The NWS/NOAA is the best and most accurate information, and this app doesn't junk it up with unnecessary graphics and animations. I have two requests: 1. The wind arrows should point where the wind is from, not where it is going. I'm in aviation, this is the norm in my field. It's also how the data is represented on the NWS web site. I understand others might like it as it currently is - perhaps a user selectable option? 2. Could we hide/reorder the graphs in the "pro" section? Those are minor quibbles of course. Still five stars!
flyinghatchet's Review of Wx For IpadReviewed on 12/13/18 1:13 PM
I fly small, General Aviation airplanes as an instructor and occasional business -- which is construction so that means spring and summer flights mostly, and Wx is THE issue for... well, for everything... EVERYTHING! Ok I'll calm down -- this app is now on my home screen and it sits between Radar Scope and Foreflight. It's a nice, concise and clean snapshot of the present Wx, and you can add as many locations as you want (plus maps... GOES, basic Doppler reflectivity, clouds/infrared -- a good sample of what NOAA has to offer). This app is a great supplemental weather tool, and it's not trying to be your one-stop shop for a Wx product -- because true Wx freaks like myself know that you can never have too much information -- or too many weather apps. 2 cents for what it's worth...
Ken Florian's Review of Wx For IpadReviewed on 12/13/18 1:13 PM
Finally, an app worth the purchase price. Nicely done. Ken Florian