Review from Brian Carpenter
Cool idea! This is a cool idea, I like supporting science in ways like this! However, I noticed that compared to my home weather station, the pressure reading is off by 30 millibars (and off by 37 millibars compared to the local airport reading). I emailed the developer to see if we can figure out the discrepancy. Otherwise, I have no issues with this app running on my Verizon Galaxy Nexus. It's a shame my Nexus 7 doesn't have a barometer. =)
Cool app, But pretty useless outside the US. Now has a persistent banner for a beta app not available in my county :/ I like the app, but the only feature I can use is the Pressure Graph thats stored. Not many people in my city report the weather and they've now removed the pressure tags from other peoples phones which was at least interesting to look at, so my map is bare most of the day.
Temps are way way off It's 27°C outside right now; PressureNet thinks it's 6. Environment Canada forecast says it'll be 14°C tonight; PressureNet thinks it'll be -7. Something has gone terribly wrong.
Crashes fixed Update is good, no more crashes! Sunshine now available on the Play Store, worth a look.
No issues with the app. Latest version fixes all issues I've had. Happy to contribute to the greater good.
Don't Need Temperatures This is a useless feature as all in my area say it's 61 when it's close to 40 as I write this. If this feature is necessary for some reason, please give us a toggle to turn it off. Previous version showed pressures on the map ..that what this app is about. I'll keep it running to support research, but otherwise there isn't much point to look at a map with bad information on it.
- Fixing crash on weather condition submit
- Notice of Sunshine Android beta availability!