IMPORTANT – Please turn on your devices sound the second time as from then on a spoken message is heard each time.
Please also take account, in your reviews, that we are student coders.
Grog is a clever weather app that we, as amateur coders, have developed. It is a simple but smart app which is designed to enable the user to access the specific weather forecast for the day and place that they want in a much simpler and slicker manner. Currently we have a range of places from Scotland, England and the U.S.A covered in our available forecasts.
The app is carefully designed to enable the user to smartly select the place that they wish and any day up to a week ahead and then have the corresponding forecast displayed in a fast manner. The user can also choose to be given directions to the displayed area if the weather suits their liking and can save their own personal Favourite Forecast for quick reference.
To see a full set of instructions on how to use the app, press the information symbol on either the Portrait or Landscape page.
We hope you find our service useful. Please also be aware that as we are teenagers our updates and fixes might be slower than one may expect from a professional service although we will try our hardest to comply with your wishes.
If you wish to make sure that your area is included in the app, please do not hesitate to get in contact with our team via:
Email: [email protected]
Our Website: http://tsewnosliw.webs.com/
The TsewNosliw Team
BBC Weather Page: http://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/
Different Features from our Grog Lite Application:
• Choose a favourite location
• Find a route to your chosen area of good weather
• Automatically checks your location against our weather bank
• Automatically rotates into a portrait or landscape orientation
• Upgrade of user interface
• Customer care features
Version 1.3 Fixed compatibility issue with android Kit Kat
A full list of the available weather forecasts is on our website.
http://tsewnosliw.webs.com/ at http://goo.gl/Qwp0A
Please email [email protected]
to ask for your locality to be added to future versions.