The Daily App Report : Accuweather
Accuweather is an app that brings the latest weather information to you directly from your location or from any place on earth.
The application delivers hourly and long range forecasts and lets you share these via all types of social media as well as helping you to plan journeys and what to expect if your going on holiday the next day.
You can receive severe weather updates via Accuweather including severe real-time push notifications if you live in the USA. For those that don’t live in the US, the app can warn for local snow, ice, rain, wind and even the probability of thunderstorms.
You have access to the advanced hurricane center and can track the storms on your iDevice.
The current conditions of any one place can be pulled up in a matter of moments and the current conditions are updated constantly giving you everything from UV index analysis to the humidity in the Atmosphere.
The sun and the moons rise and setting times can also be followed closely in the app, and a full five day forecast is displayed at the bottom of the screen.
You have the ability to store multiple locations in the app and there are a range of customizable themes to make your app display more personalized.
There is a great choice between metric and imperial units and the time can be set in either 12 hour or 24 hour format.
The app is compatible with iPad and requires iOS 5.0 or later to run.
It can be displayed in a number of languages including English, Bokmal, Norwegian, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish and Turkish
Overall this app is fantastic, especially if you are looking for updates to a weather forecast every day or if you rely on weather information as part of your daily job.
Still not convinced? Check out our review of the app on the above YouTube video as we give it a thorough going over on the iPad Mini, we are sure you will be impressed!
Thanks for reading and stay tuned tomorrow, as we take a look at the GoSkyWatch app for iPad and iPhone.