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Animated Weather App for Android
XDA member kandratt presents this weather animated application for your Android device. Full screen realistic animations will give your device a nice look for your home screen and comes with features like animated daily weather forecast, realistic video effects of cloudiness, rain and snow, and global weather are present among many others.
This application is ported to be multi resolution and will work on Android 1.6 and up, also can be found for free on Android Market.
Originally posted by kandratt
Animated Weather App: Free Realistic Weather Forecast on Your Android.
Animated Weather – a weather forecast application for Android. The exquisitely realistic video effects of cloudiness, rain and snow provide the vivid sensation of current or future weather conditions for more than 50000 locations over the world. Animated Weather Application for Android is available in Free and Pro versions.
Basic features of Animated Weather Free:
Animated daily weather forecast
Realistic video effects of cloudiness, rain and snow
50000+ locations worldwide
Auto update forecast
Animated Weather Pro
Registration remove the ads from the Animated Weather application.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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