My Hurricane Tracker Pro
Description of App
My Hurricane Tracker Pro gives you the most comprehensive tools for tracking tornados, cyclones, tropical storms and weather warnings available. In a beautiful interface, you won't be overwhelmed with cluttered screens like you might with other apps. We give you exactly what you need in an easy to understand way.
• My Hurricane Tracker Pro gives you the most comprehensive tools for tracking tornados, cyclones, tropical storms and weather warnings available. In a beautiful interface, you won’t be overwhelmed with cluttered screens like you might with other apps. We give you exactly what you need in an easy to understand way.
• Interactive tracking maps for each hurricane.
• NOAA forecast map & storm satellite imagery where available!
• Historic search of previous storms from 1851 (or 1949 for Pacific).
• Receive weather warnings from the National Weather Service.
• Push notifications for weather warnings or new storm formations!
• Radar, satellite and sea temperature images automatically updated in the app!
• See an outlook for the next 5 days from the NOAA.
• Track specific hurricanes and receive notifications every time they are updated just by pressing the “+” button!
Free or Paid
Apple Watch Support
Device(s) App Was Tested On
jRustonApps, the developer, has gone to great lengths to make this app as accessible as possible to users of VoiceOver. He and I emailed back and forth so that he could perfect the see-surface temperature chart. Now a VoiceOver user is able to swipe through an ocean and hear the differing water temps.
I would recommend getting the paid app. This is because the free one has ads that get in the way. The paid app is $2.
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2 people have recommended this app
I just opened the app to track a storm in the gulf of Mexico and all I can get to are the messages about the storm under the forecast tab, and even there it just tells me that the storm is being tracked with something that I neither can find or even know what it is. Under the now tab it shows me that there's a storm active in the Atlantic but nothing happens when I double tap there. Last year I had an area where I could tap on the name of the storm and it would show me the current coordinates and then the approximate expected coordinates for the next 5 days but I can't find that now.
Once in the now tab, you will need to slide your finger around the screen generally toward the middle top. Once you find the list of storms you can then double tab on it, then add to your notifications.
Ah, now I remember doing that.