When using NOAA for storm tracks the cell id pop up does not auto scale so it covers the track times, works with AH though. //Sharing screenshot needs option to send image without radar data text. Using inspector tool inevitably toggles the full screen on and off as you glide around inspecting.
When you're a National Weather Service Storm Spotter you need an app that's accurate and up to date on its data. This is a serious app, for a serious and sometimes dangerous work. Would like to see this app getting software to storm track city by city arrivals. A cone or box outlining when and where the storm will be arriving on a given time, like you see on some application. Would be a great addition to its other abilities. The new updates are great.
It's fine when it's working well. It has some issues sometimes. Update: I find it rather strange during a severe weather event the app quits working. This is the second time this has happened, I don't know if its due to the high volume of people using this but this needs to be corrected ASAP during life threatening weather.
I paid 10 bucks for this app and now I find out that I have to pay 10 bucks a year in order to get the advertised functionality. It may be a good tool but I'm a little annoyed at the lack of clarification on the actual cost, so I give it 3 stars because of that.
This is the best bang for the buck for a weather Radar app. It has a very clean interface and is loaded with features. As a storm chaser, this is my go to app for all radar products while out in the field.
I love tracking storms and tornadoes so I searched everywhere for an app that has detailed radar information, and this is the best one I've come across so far. 😃👍
• Fixed an issue toggling the lightning map layer.
• Display storm attributes for hail, mesocyclones, and tornado vortex signatures
• Filter out mPING test reports after five minutes
• Optimized requests to mPING server