Weather apps

Discussion in 'iPad Apps' started by Terryj, Jun 10, 2011.

  1. Terryj

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    I have an iPod touch 4th gen (or is it 3rd), that came with a weather app. I want that on my ipad2. I don't live in the sticks but i haven't found a weather app that actually has my town. I can't get any closer than about 40 miles away. The one that's on the touch has my town. Does anyone know what app it is?
     
  2. MoonlitSonata

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    Can't you just look at the name of the app on your iTouch? :confused:

    Sent from my iPad2 using iPF
     
  3. Czevski

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    IMap weather is great. Probably not your app, but give it a try.
     
  4. 55julie55

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    I use accuweather
    We call it inaccuweather
    Sometimes it's forecasting rain and thunder and it's clear blue sky
    The wind direction seems to be right but the strength is always wrong
    Try another
     
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    I use Weather+. Works perfectly, picks up every little town I've been to.
     
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    The touch weather app comes preloaded from Apple. Its name is "Weather," lol. You can't get it for iPad, which is a bummer, because I like it better than paid weather apps.

    I use AccuWeather on iPad, because the interface is nice and simple. Most weather apps I've seen are overloaded with information, IMO. I just want the temperature and sun, rain or snow. I don't want to study climatology. :D

    Unlike Julie, I've not had trouble with AccuWeather being off by much. If I did, I'd stop using it.
     
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    It may be because the place we are in at present is remote.
    I do believe the major towns in larger countries are more accurate.
    No sure really
     
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    The Weather Channel is the only app I've found that can actaully add my little 4000+ rural town. The predictions are (slightly) different for the nearest city (Walla Walla) so there is at least some localization going on.
     
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    Wow, that's helpful isn't it? LOL. Shame Apple couldn't have been more vague. :) /sarcasm
     
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