Barometer Atmospheric pressure

Developer: Elton Nallbati

Current Version: 1.3

Last Updated: 9 days ago

Download Size: 1.2 MB - Download


Make sure you have a WiFi connection to the Internet. At this point the app will detect your location. The display will show the name of the location and the atmospheric pressure, also indicating the climatic conditions. The data is provided by a reliable weather services


Simple and elegant *****

This app is in keeping with all thats best with the Mac. Simple but elegant offering everything you need to know about atmospheric pressure. I would hope it might in the future offer a trend bar to show the changes in pressure over a period of hours and days as the rate of change is very important to predict the approach of weather Fronts. Thanks


• Real time measurement of barometric pressure
• The units supported are hPa, mbar, mmHg, torr, inches
• Reliability in its use (data from
• Keep track of the last barometric pressure reading
• Intuitive Graphics optimized for Retina display
• Ease of use


macOS 10.10 and later.
Barometer is also available for iOS (iPhone, iPad and iPod touch).


• English, Italian, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Dutch, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian and Swedish.


If you need help please contact us at [email protected], or visit our official website
If you enjoy the app, don’t forget to give us a review on the App Store.


Release Notes:

+ Now compatible with macOS High Sierra
+ Fixed a problem that caused a wrong movement of Barometer needles with macOS High Sierra


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.1
Review by kreeft234

Great but No Marker - Pro: Simple and elegant presentation Easy to read Choice of 3 metrics ( l prefer inches, which is included) Con: Requires Wifi even though an ethernet connection exists, not very practical. There is no marker needle to track previous reading and deviation from that reading which makes this barometer just about useless, thus the one star. You need to know whether the pressure has risen or dropped since last reading, the whole point of a barometer, since pressure reading is all relative for sensing change and trend. Feedback: Add moveable tracking needle and this would be a great app, allow for ethernet connection for location services and you have one fantastic app Until then, I do not recommend except for those who always have WiFi and see no need to know whether the barometer has risen or dropped since last reading.

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people