orb3000 · Mar 30, 2011 at 06:00 am

Weather4Me app for Windows Phone 7

Heres another interesting weather application for your Windows Phone 7. XDA member s_v_l presents Weather4Me, which takes information from AccuWeather and is optimized for high traffic usage. A single weather query takes near 15K data and because of that, the app is very fast and responsive. The latest version features detailed current weather conditions for a particular selected city, today weather information, up to 5 days forecast information, English or metric units support, and data refreshing on startup. You can see actual weather, degree of cloudiness, temperature divided into real and perceived, humidity, and pressure.
The application can be found for free and with no ads on the market.
As always, we encourage you to leave your feedback.

Originally posted by s_v_l
“Weather4Me WP7″

Current version 1.0

Weather information provided by AccuWeather(TM)
* Detailed actual weather conditions for particular selected city
* Today weather information
* Up to 5 days forecast information
* English or metric units support and automatic selection for weather data representation
* Data refreshing on the application startup and 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

The program is optimized for traffic usage.
For example, one weather query takes near the 15K data.
Traffic for city search query may be vary, but no more than 1K in the most cases.
When you tap on the “Details” link on the “5 Days” page program creates temporary page named “AccuWeather”
and shows detailed weather info from the Accuweather site for mobile devices.
In this case program works as web browser.

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