orb3000 · Mar 25, 2011 at 03:00 am

3B Meteo – Weather Forecast App for Windows Phone 7

Tired of the same weather application? XDA member andycted presents 3B Meteo for your Windows Phone 7. A complete weather forecast that will give you location overview with day-by-day forecast, 6 hour period forecast over 7 days, details for temperature, temp. perception, precipitations, pressure, seas, humidity, wind speeds, and regional maps for worldwide locations. And for Italian users, the dev added detailed hourly forecast with graphs, location details with snow information for mountain spots and maps for temperatures, winds and precipitations.
Get your free copy in the market.

Originally posted by andycted
[APP] 3B Meteo (weather forecast) -[R]- 10/03/2011 -[V]- 1.2.0.0

3B Meteo

Marketplace description:
3B Meteo official application gives you access to rich weather forecast for most locations worldwide and detailed hour-by-hour weather for italian locations.

Available for all locations worldwide:
– Location overview with day-by-day forecast
– 6 hour period forecast over 7 days
– Details for temperature, temp. perception, precipitations, pressure, seas, humidity and wind
– Regional maps

Also available for italian locations:
– Detailed hourly forecast with graphs
– Location details with snow information for mountain spots
– maps for temperatures, winds and precipitations

Allows to search and cache five locations in order to review them even when there is no network connection

Please note that following updates will include more data and a Live Tile

Free with ad-support. Available in english and italian. Textual detail about seas are in italian language only.
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Note: This application takes data from a italian national weather provider, but has most informations for 40.000 locations worldwide and maps of any region in the world.

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