GPS Weather Radar
If you travel a lot and knowing the weather is a must for you, or you just like to check up from time to time and know what the weather radar looks like, then you should take a look at this app. Created by avs777 a little while ago, this app is a great addition to your WinMo app list.
The app supports a wide variety of WinMo phones only requiring that you have WinMo 6 or higher and NETCF 3.5. Don’t have a touch screen, WM Professional, GPS? You don’t need them! It will work with TouchScreen, Non TouchScreen, WM Professional, WM Standard, and non GPS enabled phones (using cell towers instead to get a good estimate on your location).
– Gets weather radar for current GPS location or using cell towers
(to get location using cell towers uncheck “Use GPS” in Settings)
– Ability to manually enter location
– Click anywhere on the map to move to that location
– Different zoom levels
– Animated radar loop
– Multiple resolutions (VGA,QVGA,WVGA,WQVGA) Portrait/Landscape/Square
– Integrates with Showaco TitaniumWeather 4.2 PlugIn
Check out the application thread for more information.
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