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WeatherBug

WeatherBug

WeatherBug is an application for the Android platform which provides users with up-to-date weather alerts, forecasts, radar, and current conditions.

WeatherBug manages and operates its own weather network. In addition to WeatherBug weather station data, WeatherBug integrates data from sources such as the National Weather Service (NWS) and World Meteorological Organization (WMO).

WeatherBug in action

Features:

  • Live Local Weather – From over 10,000 weather stations in North America in real time, and thousands of other locations around the world
  • Daily National Weather Outlook broadcast provided by WeatherBug meteorologists
  • Forecasts – 7 day extended and hourly forecasts
  • Interactive Maps w/ Doppler Radar –Touch anywhere map technology allows user to "drop a pin" and view current weather conditions for that location which include temperature, wind speeds and more
  • Weather Cams – View live images from more than 2,000 weather cameras in the U.S.
  • Severe Weather Alerts – "Always on" NWS weather alerts such as Tornado warnings even when the WeatherBug app is turned off
  • Saved Locations – Access to the weather at your most important locations
  • Video Forecasts – Daily National Weather Outlook video forecasts provided by WeatherBug meteorologists
  • Share Function – Share the current weather information, forecast, alerts and camera views with friends and family
  • Honeycomb version also available
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WeatherBug is an extremely comprehensive weather application which offers a wealth of features.

8/10

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Last Updated Tuesday, October 01 2013 @ 01:23 PM EDT


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