Great map/radar data Using Google maps is good but without a time stamp on radar data leaves much to be desired. Not knowing time frame of radar data is bad as all competitive apps do. Example: raining right now with no "blobs" showing on map within 30/40 miles!
You can see the clouds moving but there is no time on the screen!? It's just like many of the other terrible weather forecast apps flooding the Play Store. Nothing unique or intuitive about it. If it had the time listed on the screen so you could actually determine where the clouds or rain was going to be at a certain time it would actually be useful. Also, it desperately needs forecasts above city names.
Abandoned? It once was of the best weather apps on the Play Store. Now maybe it's just one of many abandoned apps that litter the Play Store. True story: I pointed out a glitch in the app probably over a year ago (last update was over 1 1/2 yrs ago) and they can't even bother to fix it. So word to the wise: Don't expect anything to change or get fixed ever judging by the current state of affairs.
Works great lots of information Great app, a couple of additions I would love to see. Time stamps of the radar data that way you can tell how old the radar image is and when the next image will be there. The ability to pause the loops on any frame for detailed viewing would be great. Also the ability to see radar stations locations and to be able isolate their products for comparison viewing.
My favorite Gives you many choices to customize your viewing of conditions.
Tremendous, just tremendous Excellent color of cloud layering, the highest level of the thunder head, indicates, the more severity of the storms. So eloquent job well done and better yet, your preciseness in sharp and crisp detailing. Thanks!
Release 4.32 - Fixed more problems with nighttime icons.
Release 4.31 - Fixed incorrect nighttime icons.
Release 4.30 - Increased radar resolution, fixed ground clutter toggle.
Release 4.29 - Fixed incorrect forecast data.
Radar Alive! is the storm chaser's choice. Serious capability for serious users.