Any apps that provide local dopplar radar?
I use WeatherBug Elite which has the dopplar radar in it. The free version does not have radar.
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Radar now is a great app for just checking the radar. It checks your location, it downloads a radar map in motion. no more, no lesss. I also find it to be more accurate than the others when I'm on a motorcycle ride to avoid the rain. Weather channel just blurs the whole area
I use Radar Now but it does not flip to landscape. It would be nice to have when traveling while in the car dock.
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I use WeatherBug Elite which is really nice for radar. There's also a widget with radar and a refresh button which is very nice as well since then you don't have to launch the app all the time just to see the current radar. Plus, its only $2.
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+1 on that. Radar Now has been dead a couple times for me, and requires a connection. I have found Weatherbug more stable.
Also, if you use LauncherPro Beta (awesome) or some other home replacement that lets you use multiple screens, Weatherbug has a widget that shows Radar. I have a "map and weather" screen devoted just to this.
Also, Smartphones are only as smart as their user; Down here in Texas a couple months ago I left a friends house around midnight and forgot to check the weather. A 20 minute thunderstorm just formed with a "purple" center right over my car as I drove away....I got hit with a burst of hail that localized JUST OVER MY CAR! If I had checked the weather briefly I would have seen it coming and stayed there abit longer. Crazy Texas weather.
Last edited by Wraith; 05-18-2010 at 12:39 PM.