One of our favorite weather apps made for Windows Phone, 4castr, has just issued a new and big update that adds quite a few new features, along with general improvements and bug fixes.
You can check out the change log for the new 1.8 version below:
- Added multiple location support
- Added new interactive tutorial
- Added option to hide alert counter on live tile
- Added update notifications
- Added automatic weather data updates when app is resumed
- Added new pinwheel loading animation
- Added knowledge base to Uservoice portal
- Removed voice command support (due to issues with Cortana)
- Alert TTS Improvements
- Radar Accuracy Improvements
- 4castr Pro Trial Improvements
- Data Processing Speed Improvements
- Glance Forecast UI Improvements
- General Improvements
- General Bug Fixes
While the app is free to download and use, you can also upgrade to a Pro version of 4castr for $1.99 inside the app that adds a number of additional features. What do you think of this latest update to the app?
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