Had to Uninstall This used to be a pretty decent app. Then they had to add the annoying beeps, which you couldn't disable. Now, all for naught, because the app crashes right after it starts. I've rebooted, uninstalled and reinstalled on my Android tablet with no solution. It works ok on my phone. For now, I'll save space and wait to see if they fix it sometime in the future.
App could be better I've had to uninstall/ download this app several times for one reason or another. 1st... Radar went away.... 2nd....my current location defaults to Caledonia, MS & wouldn't let me change or delete it. Now just WTF would I give a rats about the weather in Caledonia, MS? Stupid s**t.
Noisy I used this app regularly until it would make noises when ever it alerted me about heavy rain with an audible sound of rain. I couldn't find out to continue receiving push notifications without getting the weather sounds. It got to get too annoying.
Garbage Completely useless. Can't enter locations, "use current location" don't work. Keeps stopping. Uninstalled and reinstalled 3 times same effect. LG treasure lte phone.
Used to work great Last update screwed something up royally. Now it fails on startup everything. I've Uninstaller and reinstalled multiple times with no luck. Please FIX
Annoying sounds Just want a notification, no crazy rain sounds. Boo. Looking for different app
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