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    Press review:

    Nominated for iOS App of the Year!

    Nominated for iOS App of the Year!

    MacLife 10/2010:
    WeatherPro for iPad is recommended by MacLife.

    WeatherPro for iPad - MacLife 10/2010

    iPad Welt 04/2010:
    WeatherPro for iPad is one of the "Coolest iPad Apps".

    WeatherPro for iPad - iPad Welt 04/2010
  • The "More"-Button

    Additional features can be accessed by clicking on “More”:

    WeatherPro for iPad - The "More"-Button
    • Windstream Animation (Premium)
    • Beach Weather for Europe (plus additional locations on Premium)
    • Airpressure maps
    • Weather News: MeteoGroup’s forecasters regularly post interesting weather news items and these features can now be found within your app.

       

    Beach Weather

    WeatherPro for iPad - Beach Weather

    In addition to European Beach Weather provided as a standard feature in WeatherPro for iPad, Premium users also benefit from water temperature maps for the Mediterranean, Caribbean and other popular holiday destinations plus a UV Index feature – essential when spending time in the sun.

    Ski Weather

    New and improved Ski Weather!

    • Maximum temperatures for current day weather and two day forecasts for the top of the mountain and down in the valley.
    • Everything you need to know about the snow including the snowline, depth, quality and fresh snow fall.
    WeatherPro for iPad - Ski Weather
    • Resort information including how many lifts are running, the number of pistes that are open and the distance available for cross-country skiing.
    • Live web cam for available resorts in co-operation with feratel media technologies AG.
    • Ski Weather is available for over 900 resorts in 17 countries in Europe, the US and Canada.

    System Settings

    WeatherPro for iPad - Personal Settings

     

    The settings screen enables you to personalise your set-up and offers additional information.

    You can select your weather units for temperature, wind, pressure and precipitation. Note: The wind arrow points in the direction the wind is blowing in (not the direction it’s coming from).

    The Help & Information section provides useful information including FAQs and online help.

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