Repeatedly says it's unable to retrieve forecast. Reinstallation did not help. MigraineX insert says Advanced Features are available for $2.99, but no option exists in app. Requiring access to all files and external storage seems unnecessary and invasive.
There is so much wrong with this app, I don't know where to begin! Please find someone who knows something about weather and barometric pressure to help fix this! It speaks of ".2 millibars but all of the pressure data is in inHg. Millibars are typically whole numbers. That's like comparing inches and centimeters. Alerts cannot be set less than .10, which again is inHg. The threshold list to choose from does nothing. No evident changes occur. I could go on, but I'm having a migraine trigger. This app was a good concept, but very poorly programmed and tested before rolling out. Please fix it! I am currently testing the ear plugs out now as the barometric pressure will be dropping to my threshold in the next <24hrs. THAT was not information obtained thru this app but was obtained from an actual weather app that I've used for years and trust.
The app works well. It's easy to use. This is perfect for what I wanted. I get a lot of migraines from barometric pressure changes and this has helped a lot!
error: couldnt update current location. The idea is very good tho, couldnt really find similar applications.
It was crashing, but the new update seems to have fixed the problem.
After a few reboots, working. I hope this helps! Very optimistic.
- Various bug fixes
- CVS store locator to find a MigraineX Ear Device near you