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GPS Weather Radar V2.4 Available
Avs777‘s very cool real-time weather monitoring app, GPS Weather Radar, has just received an update. The application detects the user’s whereabouts using either GPS data or by calculating the location from nearby cell towers, then downloads the most recent satellite and radar images of the weather in that area, giving a real-time prediction of how the climate will change in the next few hours.
The information shown by the app can now be set to update regularly, ensuring that it is constantly up-to-date to provide the most reliable weather data possible. It’s also possible to pan and zoom through the map and to search for locations other than the one the user currently resides in.
GPS Weather Radar can integrate with the Showaco TitaniumWeather 4.2 Plugin, for access to the most recent weather updates through Windows Mobile 6.5’s updated home screen.
To use the app, your device must be running Windows Mobile 6.0 or higher, and .NET Framework version 3.5 must be installed. Two versions are available; for devices both with and without touchscreens.
You can find the download link and more information in the application thread.
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