WeatherPro WeatherPro: iPhone WeatherPro: iPad WeatherPro: Android
  • Further pages

    Press review:

    Foray Motor Group: WeatherPro Free is one of the "best Apps to use in your Ford Vehicle"

    WeatherPro Free - Foray Motor Group 02/2016

    Nominated for iOS App of the Year!

    Nominated for iOS App of the Year!

    iPhone App Directory 01/2011:
    "Detailed and accurate…an indispensable tool”

    WeatherPro for iPhone - iPhone App Directory 01/2011

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

    WeatherPro for iPad - iPad Welt 04/2010

    Macworld 07/2009:
    "All the weather forecasts you could ever need in one stylish iPhone app"


  • The Forecast View

    • The forecast view is the first screen you'll see when opening WeatherPro for iPhone. Berlin is the default location when you first use the app but, after that, it will always start with the last location you were looking at.

      Below your selected city name is the latest weather (with time of the latest observation). You'll see a weather icon, the temperature, wind direction and speed and additional weather information you might find useful.

      Radar has always been one of the most popular features on WeatherPro so we have now added this to the forecast screen. You can choose to switch between observation data and a small radar image (if available for that region) showing the latest rainfall.



      Below the observed weather data, you have a dynamic short-term forecast. This brand new feature gives you an immediate overview of the forecast for the next 18 hours, broken down into easy-to-read 6 hour intervals.

      As you scroll down you'll see the weather forecast for the next 7 days (or 14 days if you are a Premium subscriber) and, for a detailed, 3-hourly breakdown of the forecast (or hourly if you subscribe to Premium) click on the (>) button.



    • If extreme weather such as high winds, heavy rain or low/high temperatures are forecast in the next three days, you will see an alert symbol on your forecast screen.

      Simply click on the symbol to reveal the details of the warning. An easy to read graph shows you the level of the warning (yellow = low, orange = medium, red = high) and you can click further to a full explanation. With this prominent alert symbol you’ll never be caught out but we want to take this one step further to ensure you always have plenty of warning. And we’ve given you flexibility to set the warnings yourself. You can choose to see all warnings, no warnings, level 2 and 3 warnings, or level 3 warnings only.

    The Charts View

      In the top right corner of the main weather page, you will see an icon for Charts. One click on the chart button shows you the forecast in a clear, easy to read graphic format. You will see graphs for each weather element, including temperature, sunshine duration and precipitation risk (how likely it is to rain or snow etc) and you can choose the order in which you want the graphs to appear. The graphs are the perfect way of seeing how the weather will change over the coming days. To fit seven days on the screen we recommend you use the horizontal view and if you are a Premium subscriber you can scroll sideways to see the full 14 day forecast. Click on the information icon in the top left corner for a key to the graph.



  • download