Developer: Gavin Wiggins
Current Version: 2.1.2
Last Updated: 3 months ago
Download Size: 17.1 MB - Download
WeathrClip is a small weather application that resides in the menu bar of your Mac. The popover provides current weather conditions, 5 day forecast data, hourly forecast, and an animated radar of your current location or user defined location. WeathrClip features high quality icons to support retina screens. And don't forget that WeathrClip is also available for the iPhone. All weather data provided by the Weather Underground.
Website --> www.weathrclip.com
Email --> [email protected]
Thank you for your purchase and enjoy!
Fix issue on OS X 10.9 where application would not launch.
Most Helpful Reviews
Love this weather app - I’ve tried a few different apps. I love this one because it is very simple in the menu bar, but shows more detail when you click on the icon than any of the others I’ve tried. It has a wealth of information about the current weather, has a great 4 day outlook, and a radar in motion. Couple enhancements: 1) When you click on the icon to open the expanded view, you have to click on the icon to hide the view. I wish you could click anywhere and hide the view. 2) Allow us to assign a hotkey to open/close the window.
Crashes. All. The. Time. - So much for the "completely new version" having "many updates and bug fixes." Why? Because I CAN'T EVEN USE IT NOW. Unlike the previous version, which actually would launch and perform fine. Awaiting the inevitable version 2.0.1, which I can only hope fixes this latest huge problem. Come on, developers! Quality Control. Test Your App Thoroughly Before You Release It.
More Reviews for Current Version
Great, except for the not opening at startup, despite checkbox in setting - This is a nice looking and very helpful app to have on your top menu. A quick glance to get the temperature, and one click to see more info, a few days of forecast, and current radar. Just what I need. The only problem is that most times when I go to look for the temperature it isn’t there, because I restarted my computer at some point and the app didn’t launch at login. I checked the settings,and sure enough, there is a check box for launch at startup, but whether you check it or not, it makes no difference. You have to manually launch this each time you start your computer. I am going to try to find a way to include this with start up options via some other method. I will now wish myself luck in that endeavor...