iPad weather apps Stories July 11, 2013

WunderMap gets complete UI makeover, extra layers and more

WunderMap, which describes itself as “the world’s most interactive weather and radar app,” has been given a complete makeover in version 2.0, with a new UI, more layers and improved search functionality.

Weather is pulled from Weather Underground’s network of 30,000 weather stations. You can choose from a range of preset layers like¬†Hurricane, Severe, Precipitation and Wind, or create your own customised layers.

The iPad app is available as a free ad-supported download from the App Store, with a $1.99 in-app purchase option to remove the ads.

iPad weather apps Stories May 28, 2013

Dark Sky update delivers expanded hyperlocal forecasts, open source weather tips, UK support

Dark Sky for iOS received a nice update today introducing new features including support for our friends in the UK as well as the ability to submit your own personal weather report. The update adds simple weather condition descriptions in addition to the hyperlocal and insanely accurate precipitation forecasts, which takes it from a niche precipitation app to a more go-to weather app.

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