Good app but needs updating The app is good for hurricane tracking and showing the different models but it hasn't had a single update since I've had it and I had it at least a year and a half. The settings could also use some work. When looking at the models, I know which ones I want and which are generally more accurate. So I select those in custom at times so I cam see those only. But if I exit the app and come back I have to reselect my preference. No way to save it in customer or as a user preference.
Just one more thing... Can you guys please add the spaghetti model feature many other apps include? Would be a nice touch to really round out this otherwise superb application. EDIT: Is it possible to include popular model trackings such as the Euro and GFS?
The real thing Finally found an app to tell me exactly what i wanted. I do not care about calif, pacific, baja, or south america, just storms from Africa or the Gulf. I will never evacuate because of a fire in california
It's like having NHC - NOAA in your pocket. Invaluable for a snowbird like me with a home in SW Florida. Now I can worry about my home from anywhere at any time !!
So Sea-Storm, after all the information you are giving us about the hurricanes, Could you tell us personally where in this congested app, where i can find-out what category the hurricane is, (Show me) UI update 100% needed, & cut the explaination off the cluttered crap off words to something that's readable, uninstalling & reinstalling in six months to see if there's any changes, if ever. Scrappy development.
Necessity Living on the Florida Gulf Coast, an accurate app for tracking there are tropics are part of life. This app does it all pulling from reputable sources putting all the timely data at one's fingertips.
- Material UI
- Swipe to refresh
- Copy text to clipboard
- Model Viewer enhancements, including label markers
- Minimum required OS now Android 2.2
- Too many other under-the-hood changes to fit here
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