Description of App
“Amazingly reliable seven day forecasts…we wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this app.” Mac Life *****
This reliable, award winning weather app, offers unrivalled, high-quality, detailed information including:
• 3-hourly forecasts for the week ahead including temperature, wind direction and speed, air pressure, precipitation amount and probability and relative
• View forecast as a graph for an alternative, easy to read outlook
• Worldwide alerts and warning levels for extreme weather
• Global satellite and animated radar for the USA, Australia and much of Europe
• Unlimited favourite locations plus “My location” to automatically show the weather where you are
• Connection to your personal weather stations, in partnership with Netatmo
• Additional features: Widget, Webcams, Weather photo, Weather news, Weather reports for over 2 million locations worldwide
• Benefit from the latest operating systems – WeatherPro for iPhone is optimised for iOS 8
• Explore the benefits of MeteoGroup’s other apps by syncing your favourites with WeatherPro for iPad or connecting directly to the 3D globe on MeteoEarth
and our severe weather app AlertsPro!
• NO adverts
Already the most comprehensive weather app on the market, WeatherPro also has a Premium subscription option which takes the service to an even more advanced
level. WeatherPro Premium offers everything found on the standard app plus:
• Hourly forecasts for 2 weeks ahead
• NEW! Windtheme: Windtheme helps users find the optimum wind conditions, by changing the entire interface of WeatherPro to show a central focus on wind
• Stunning, high resolution weather maps with multiple layers of advanced weather information including precipitation type radar in Europe, radar forecasts,
heat maps, lightning strikes and cloud cover forecasts.
• Ski Weather for over 900 resorts in 17 countries and Beach Weather with UV Index and water temperatures for the Mediterranean, Caribbean and other popular
• And more…
The extensive list of standard and Premium features has simply got too long to list here so, for full details, please visit www.weatherpro.eu.
For status updates please follow @WeatherPro.
WeatherPro is one of the few weather apps to be developed by true weather professionals – find out more about MeteoGroup, Europe’s largest independent
weather company at www.meteogroup.com.
Free or Paid
Apple Watch Support
Device(s) App Was Tested On
The current conditions, day overviews and hourly forecasts are all fully accessible. The data is also read in a very clear and concise way by VoiceOver (not always the case with weather apps).
Some buttons could be a little clearer.
The 3-fingered swipe will move you between locations, but you will need to be sure that VoiceOver focus is on something in the main area of the screen for this to work.
As with all weather apps, you will have to accept that none of the graphical data is going to be accessible.
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The latest update has fixed accessibility problems that were introduced in the last release.
Most of the weather data appears to be accessible again.
What's New in Version 3.0.2
- Bug fixes since 3.0 update including resolving the issue that made the app crash, speeding up data updates and ensuring the wind direction and speed now shows correctly
- Options to deactivate “my location” and to turn off the icon that indicates when there are unread news items available
- Voiceover support improved
Please note the classic radar and satellite features are still available to all users! They can now be found in the tab called Rad/Sat and you can switch between the features by tapping on the button in the top left corner.
When I search the ap store, I find a free version and a version costing $4.49.
I guess I just want to know which if either will give me the better experience compared with the Netatmo ap. In particular, I can't seem to get VO to read the pressure measurement in the Netatmo ap, even though I verified that it is visually available on the Netatmo ap. I don't mind that VO can't read the graphic stuff, but I was assured that the measurement is there in the Netatmo ap in readable text, so I don't think I'm asking too much here.