My issue will sound odd but is something bugging me.
I am a weather geek and like having animated radar available on tje phone. The best one to me is Weather Underground, and the mobile version is fast and easy to use. It worked well on my Centre and it loads on the DI, however, the radar remains stationary. I have played with the animations setting and no difference.
Totally agree, even the $1.99 for Weatherbug Elite isn't bad. LOL I have both the clock/weather widget and the Weatherbug widget...oh well. I like the fullscreen weather animations on bootup - especially the rain and windshield wiper,
This is what I decided on too. Works well. I'm in Tampa and do a lot of fishing so, being in the lightning capital of the world (1270 strikes in the Tampa Bay area within 20 minutes a couple of weeks ago) you want to know where the storms are and where they are going!
I'm still hunting for some other weather apps, though, so I might try weather bug too.
I am a weather geek and like having animated radar available on tje phone. The best one to me is Weather Underground, and the mobile version is fast and easy to use.
That's one of the first things I did when I got my Incredible as well. Their full screen animated map is great. Works perfectly on the iPod Touch, worked but not perfectly on the Blackberry Storm, but no animation on the Incredible.
BTW, I was using iwund.com as that version of their mobile site otherwise worked great on my Blackberry.
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