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Touch Weather for Windows Mobile
If you are a fan of weather applications, this one will be of your liking. XDA member PMoto points us to this animated weather forecast application for your Windows Mobile device, which features amazing video effects and the chance to get updates from different servers such as AccuWeather, GisMeteo, Intellicast, and more.
This application requires WM 5, 6.x and Net Compact Framework 2 or above in order to work properly.
Touch Weather Pro is not free, but you can have it for free just by visiting the official site.
Originally posted by PMoto
A new Weather application is here to stay: Touch Weather.
Watch video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g6Z5WUe8KDU
Animated Weather forecast for Windows mobile Pocket PC.
Weather Forecast Has Never Been So Realistic !
NEW FEATURE: SKINNABLE.
Touch Weather Free/Pro – a finger-oriented full-screen weather forecast tool for Windows Mobile devices (Pocket PCs, PPCs, smartphones, PDAs). The exquisitely realistic video effects of snow, rain and cloudiness provide the vivid sensation of current or future weather conditions for more than 50000 locations over the world, and the reliability of the forecast is ensured by several weather aggregators. Touch Weather is available in Free and Pro versions, and several languages.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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