orb3000 · Feb 9, 2011 at 03:00 am

Mwunderground – Weather Underground App for Windows Mobile

XDA member i_konst presents his first application for Windows Mobile. Mwunderground will retrieve detailed weather information from a weather underground site to your home screen. On the original thread, you will also find some nice customizations, hints, and reg tweaks to make it work exactly as you want. The latest update features Weather Underground data for current conditions, forecast and alerts, the option to use personal weather station (PWS) as well as airport station data, tower and GPS location, amongst many others.
Working for VGA resolution devices.

Originally posted by i_konst
[APP] Mwunderground – Weather Underground application for Windows Mobile

Hi,

This is my first real Windows Mobile application.

Website:
Mwunderground on SourceForge

Description:
This is a weather application. It uses data from Weather Underground to show current weather conditions, forecast and weather alerts.

Features:
– Weather Underground data for Current Conditions, Forecast and Alerts
– Can use Personal Weather Station (PWS) as well as Airport station data
– Tower and GPS location
– Working version for VGA phones
– Sense Look and Feel for settings (thanks to SenseSDK)
– Free and Open-Source (developer contributions encouraged)
– S2U2 support with wildcards (see 2nd post)

License:
LGPL

Tested on:
HTC Raphael (Touch Pro, Fuze)

Continue to the application thread.


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