It lacks one simple feature that renders it almost useless when you need it most -- When a hurricane is approaching: It doesn't tell the time the map data is based on, or at least it's not displayed anywhere obvious. Is the map 5 PM, or 11 AM? It does have spaghetti strands, and would be a 5💥 if I knew when they where generated.
This used to be my go-to hurricane app but I find myself using others more often this season. The main problem is only using periodic symbols and not connecting the "dots" with lines. In a season such as 2017 when hurricanes are playing loop de loop and criss-crossing each other's paths, it's almost impossible to tell what's happening. Also, if the cloud cover layer is turned on, it takes forever to fill in. Usually I am done using the app before the full cloud cover has filled the screen. I've pretty much given up on that feature.
Not working very good on samsung7 freezes and doesn't load cloud cover etc this is a paid version not very impressed
The best looking hurricane tracking app I have seen. It has it all.
Uninstalling soon, worthless lately
Currently not updating tracking
Fixed radar and satellite layers
Hourly/weekly local forecasts, doppler radar maps, news, storm alerts & warnings