I have tried lots of similar apps and by far this is the best one, but there are some few things to become 'SUPER'!!..... 1 - It needs to have a calibration setting or the program needs to be calibrated to +2mb, because the reading is always 2mb under reading. 2 - It would be perfect to have a graph of past data (history)....that is, everytime a user checks the pressure it will record the data and plot the graph. If those 2 are fixed/added, the developer and the app will definately deserve a 5 star!! ;)
Seems good. . Waiting to see the trend. . OK . All not so good now . . All goes well for the first hour or so . It shows the name of the village I live in Spain and the height of 566 metres, and the barometric pressure at sea level - Perfect. Then after an hour or so the display changes and shows the much lower pressure of where I am living and the location changes to showing the Lat. Lon. Nothing I do can change this (that I know of) but after uninstall and reload all OK again for a while . . Then the same things happen. . I have screen shots . . Any ideas . .
Looks pretty, aaaand that's about it Looks nice (like something you'd see on a yacht). That said, wholly inaccurate. We are currently in a tornado and flash flood watch (not the run of the mill kind either, the "all the television and radio stations switched to emergency mode, the city of Denver shut down businesses, you can hear the clouds starting to swirrel and need to move to the basement" kind). I checked this to see what the situation looks like and, even after refreshing multiple times it says the weather is sunny.
Very important for helping understand pain levels I have chronic pain! Some days are good, others are horrible. I started noticing more aches during the summer then i had before so after talking with my pain specialist I now check the barometric pressure to see if the weather is causing me more discomfort or if I need another checkup! So far it's been a Very useful app & right on.
Too good to be true:: It is very well built. The only problem is that the pressure begins with accurate measure then rises to almost see level. If the PressureNet's formula would be used for steading the pressure measurement, this would be just perfect. The second thing is please also add thermometer too. Thankyou for building it. If you added also the compass... it would be a full package. Pelzang Saamdu
Wow A absolutly excellent app. I fish ALOT and use the app on a daily basis. Everyone knows that low pressure means a storm front is moving in so I can watch with this app the pressure constantly and monitor the weather accurately. One quick fact..... if the pressure is high the fish are closer to the surface if it is low then the fish are deeper.
Now requires the presence of barometric pressure sensor
Fixed french translation