MeteoEarth

Developer: MeteoGroup Deutschland GmbH

Current Version: 1.2.2

Last Updated: 3 years ago

Download Size: 49 MB - Download

Description:

*** Revolutionary and visually stunning, MeteoEarth is the spectacular weather app from MeteoGroup – also developers of WeatherPro. ***

Adapted from a professional weather broadcast tool used by TV presenters around the world, MeteoEarth truly brings the weather to life using high-end gaming technology and extraordinary graphics.

•Navigate the 3D globe at the touch of a button
•Zoom in and out and spin seamlessly from place to place
•Pause to highlight particular weather conditions and move easily back and forward
•Save an unlimited number of favourite locations and default views
•Track cloud movement, thunderstorms, high and low pressure systems
•Choose which layers to display (for example, cloud cover, rain or wind) – the Premium option supports the simultaneous display of several of these weather layers

This interactive app never fails to amaze and impress as you home in on a rain front moving over Europe and then smoothly move about to show cloud cover, wind streams, rain or snow heading for the Rocky Mountains. You can really show off with MeteoEarth.

•Enjoy the more detailed temperature map with beautiful visuals of the geographic terrain
•Download the data and continue to use MeteoEarth even when there is no signal
•Switch to climate data mode for a global overview of climatic conditions or to check the weather in a holiday destination at any time of the year
•View precise information for a specific location using the magnifying glass

Choose the MeteoEarth Premium option for extended five day forecasts. It also supports checking wind conditions at any altitude right up to the jetstream; and displaying several weather layers (for example, cloud cover, rain or pressure) in combination. One subscription covers Premium services on MeteoEarth for Mac, iPhone, iPad and other platforms.

For status updates please follow MeteoEarth at http://twitter.com/meteoearth or visit www.MeteoEarth.com for further detail.

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Release Notes:

Thanks for downloading MeteoEarth! You can now benefit from:
• Bugfixes (initiating in app purchases)
• Some minor improvements for OS X Yosemite have been made to keep the app up-to-date.

Your opinion is valued, so if you like the app, then please take a moment to review it.

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.0
Review by PreferBlues

This app is a complete winner! Its awesome! - Ive been using this app on my iPhone from the beginning. I emailed the MeteoEarth people if they would PLEASE do the app for our large screen computers. And they said they were working on it, and last night I got the notice that it was up and running. So I bought it. I love it on my big screen Mac! I havent had time to use it much yet, but I will this afternoon, but I can rate it as top notch right now from the little Ive seen so far, its wonderful. And the iPhone and iPad app is a five star as well. So many of my friends who see this on my iPhone, have bought it too. What a super app, and so pretty too. These people at MeteoEarth have created the best weather app I have ever seen anywhere. Keep up the good work! Thank you! Jane

Found helpful by 14 out of 31 people
1/5
Version 1.0
Review by AKiser1996

Misleading! - I bought this app on my mac and paid $4.99 for the stupid thing, its honestly the most simple looking app on the app store. As if that wasn’t bad enough, you have to pay a monthly subscription just to get a stupid 4 day advanced outlook for $2 for a 3 month plan or $6 for a year! Why don’t you say that before you put pics of a 4 day outlook to advertise the app, or better yet, how about you tell us all of this before we buy the app? Waste of money, waste of time. Don’t Buy!

Found helpful by 81 out of 84 people

More Reviews for Current Version

1/5
Version 1.2.2
Review by NW Pilot

Purchased Premium - Doesn’t work, no support - I purchased the premium version of Meteo Earth to get the extended date range. It worked for a week, then stopped. When I try to log back in, it doesn’t recognize my login credentials. The “Forgot Password” function doesn’t recognize my email address. And the “Contact Support” option leads you to their website, which is a dead end… shows the basic application, but there’s no means to contact the support department at all. I’d like a refund, or some support to get the app working. For now - one star… if it doesn’t work, and you can’t help a paying customer, you don’t deserve more than one star.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
4/5
Version 1.2.2
Review by hlb

Yosemite compatibility is here—and MeteoEarth shines. - It’s nice. I’m not crazy about having to pay for some fairly basic functionality as premium features, but to be fair, it’s literally about 40 cents per month. Still, there goes one star. Now that the developer has provided Yosemite compatibility and fixed the bug that interfered with in-app purchases, there’s really nothing left to complain about—MeteoEarth is a solid weather monitoring and forecast app, and well worth the five bucks.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
1/5
Version 1.2.2
Review by mfgrabarek

This is a classic example of poor customer service - I purchased this app several months ago. It was working find - giving 7 day forecasts for many months. Suddenly it started to only show one day forecasts. This is very disappointing. UPDATE I’ve been going back and forth via email with this company. They keep telling me I never bought the premium version - even when I sent them the iTunes receipt. Furthermore they can’t explain to me why I was suddenly downgraded to the basic version. They just keep coming back to telling me they don’t have me on record. It’s been like talking to a rock. I finally gave up.

Found helpful by 1 out of 2 people
3/5
Version 1.2.2
Review by DavGreg

Like it, Could Love it if it gets better. - Since it is MeteoEarth, should it not also include earthquake and hydrologic (river flood stage, etc) data? Also, the ability to display cumulative rainfall data for set periods would be nice. A tie in with home weather apps to display conditions would be nice. A integrated radar display combining the radar data of various weather services would also be nice. Notifications for localized weather alerts would also be nice. They are off to a nice start, but it could get much better.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
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