Simple, precise, non-invasive. The widget ring sometimes gets stuck at a weird extreme value, but the number stays accurate. Opening the app updates the widget ring. Also, a slight ux improvement: the app screen has no cue that it swipes up to reveal the graph; people see that dial screen and think that's it.
I noticed many reviewers blamed the smartphone for pressure changes. It is not the smartphone. This app measures the accurate pressure of your current location and not that of the weather forecast. I have severe asthma and COPD, both of which are adversely affected by low barometric pressure (below 30.00). This is the first thing I check when my breathing gets worse.
Wheel range not acceptable The wheel range only goes down to 26 inHg. Useless for anyone that lives at altitude. Normal pressure here is 24 inHg. Should be able to show pressure to at least 10k feet altitude. Oddly, the widget does read low enough.
Just what I needed I have migraines triggered by pressure changes, so this is very helpful for giving me a sense of why my head is exploding. Especially useful for pacing medication and predicting just how bad things are likely to get, as well as proving to my neurologist that there is a legit and provable connection to my pain and the weather.
Great for those affected by atmospheric pressure I have Meniere's Disease and sudden atmospheric pressure drops can send me into a vertigo attack. This doesn't predict these pressure drops, but helps me understand why I get vertigo out of the blue sometimes. Online weather sites mostly miss these fluctuations.
Wheel minimum value not set I live at 5600 feet and I'm unable to set the wheel minimum value. It stays at a min of 24 inHg. Where I live it's not unusual to be at 30 to 31 so the wheel is often maxed out. I Wish the minimum set correctly. Using Samsung S6.
- new widget
- widgets now configurable