wingman1487 · Apr 26, 2010 at 08:03 pm

Weather with Weather4me

It’s a great day today, but I wonder what it will be like tomorrow.  Wouldn’t it be great if you could get not only the current conditions, but the forecast too?  Well with the work done by s_v_l and his new app Weather4me you can do that an more!  Giving you not only current conditions in English and Metric units this great app also gives you the 5 day forecast.  This app supports just about all screen resolutions and phones running Windows Mobile 5 and up.  A nice looking interface with a great amount of info!

* Detailed actual weather conditions for particular selected city
* Today weather information
* Up to 5 days forecast information
* English or metric units for weather data representation
* Automatic or manual data refreshing
* Fast search city by name (partial name) or US zip code
* Ability to add city to the favorites and fast switching between them
* Support devices with all well known screen resolutions including WVGA and square screens
* Gesture support
* Automatic units selection according to the user’s regional settings

Check out the thread for more information


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