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TRITanium Weather for Windows Mobile
XDA member arealityfarbetween presents this nice Titanium weather plugin for your Windows Mobile device. The app has been completely re written to solve those bugs on the stock weather application and making it faster between updates. The latest version includes an added forecast limit option, added default theme and units option, toggle option will enable/disable page, not just registry switch, and today image replacement method modified. The application also has improved iPhoneToday and s2u2 support.
Changes are finely integrated, so you may even not notice but performance and functionality will improve.
Please leave feed back to the developer.
Originally posted by arealityfarbetween
Never Heard of it! – TitaniumWeather was an application for WM6.5’s Titanium homescreen (WM6.1 Users, read on) which displays weather location using Accuweather. It provides much more detailed weather information than HTC Sense.
Yeah, I remember that! – Maybe you remember some common experiences with it:
You might have had to modify it as often as Accuweather disabled/re-enabled their APIs…
You might not have been able to find out what your location code was, despite help in the forums…
You might have never managed to get the panel to show in Titanium…
When it did work, every now and then you’d get a pretty cryptic error message and weather wouldn’t update.
You could only ever have one location and one panel.
Panel’s would stop updating mid flow, leaving an ugly Titanium layout.
You could never tell what went wrong with it.
It was too complicated (subjective, yeah…)
Continue to the application thread.
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