es good app
About the only thing I'm not clear on, nor can I find any documentation of, is: What does the different colours of the dots represent? As in Red dots, grey dots and yellow dots? Is the colour representative of the time since strike? Or does it mean something else?
Put this app to the test, and nada thing working, the free version is like being in jail, nothing you can do with it, just watch things, no setting to see how it works, nothing to change at all to know if it's worth it. I put this to other lightning apps, and Not 1 Single thing happened, when there were 28 lighting strikes near me, the app did squat, no alert, it did not even show the strikes near me, but 400 miles away, it showed some. I would not even dare get the paid version, peroid. 5 negative stars, and a goose egg for this app
Found a better lighting app. One that updates every 15 minutes up to one hour after lightening is tracked. This app just blows
App looks nice to me, and developer seems to be responsive.
- New settings to control the notification sound and whether the phone vibrates when receiving a notification.
- It is now more clear that red map points mean that the lightning strike occurred within the past 15 minutes and yellow means that it occurred 15 - 30 minutes ago.
- Performance improvements, particularly for older devices.