Weather Maps Beta

Weather Maps Beta


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THIS IS A BETA VERSION: If you experience some error or if you want suggest a new feature, feel free to write to [email protected]
* I need help in proofreading translations...
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Weather Maps shows you the weather directly on Google Maps™.

You can use it to see the current conditions and the forecast for today and tomorrow. You can customize your maps by choosing from nine sets of icons and by defining the list of your favourite cities.

Weather Maps includes five kinds of maps:
- the classical weather map
- a simulation of satellite view
- a map of cities temperature
- the current cities humidity
- a direct view of current winds

This app is intended as a tool for graphical visualization of free third-parts data, all responsibility for data incompleteness or accuracy are declined.
- cities list is derived by the database of GeoNames™
- weather data are retrieved by web services of Yahoo! Weather™

* Translation by Roberto Cravero

Keywords: weather, maps, forecast, satellite view, temperature, humidity, wind, barometric pressure, wind map

Recent changes:
WHAT'S NEW
* now with five days forecast!!!

WORKING ON
* improving management and weather retrieving of "my position"
* night and day

WISH LIST
* widget and notification
* cities names in user language
* new maps: Atmospheric Pressure, Air Quality, Precipitation Radar, Gfs, WRF, GRIB, Satellite Animation
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User ratings
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Installs
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Concerns
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File size
2473 kb
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About Weather Maps Beta
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THIS IS A BETA VERSION: If you experience some error or if you want suggest a new feature, feel free to write to [email protected]
* I need help in proofreading translations...
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Weather Maps shows you the weather directly on Google Maps™.

You can use it to see the current conditions and the forecast for today and tomorrow. You can customize your maps by choosing from nine sets of icons and by defining the list of your favourite cities.

Weather Maps includes five kinds of maps:
- the classical weather map
- a simulation of satellite view
- a map of cities temperature
- the current cities humidity
- a direct view of current winds

This app is intended as a tool for graphical visualization of free third-parts data, all responsibility for data incompleteness or accuracy are declined.
- cities list is derived by the database of GeoNames™
- weather data are retrieved by web services of Yahoo! Weather™

* Translation by Roberto Cravero

Keywords: weather, maps, forecast, satellite view, temperature, humidity, wind, barometric pressure, wind map

Recent changes:
WHAT'S NEW
* now with five days forecast!!!

WORKING ON
* improving management and weather retrieving of "my position"
* night and day

WISH LIST
* widget and notification
* cities names in user language
* new maps: Atmospheric Pressure, Air Quality, Precipitation Radar, Gfs, WRF, GRIB, Satellite Animation

User reviews of Weather Maps Beta
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A Google User
Oct 2, 2014
The wind changes for the same area completely with slight changes in zoom!!! ??
A Google User
May 8, 2014
Me do'not like
A Google User
Jan 27, 2014
Exactly what I wanted..thanks
A Google User
Jan 23, 2014
I love the app! It has all the cities and gives temperature in celcius. Great detail!
A Google User
Dec 25, 2013
Good