Update: We have now received a note from Weather Flow's creator Gergely Orosz on why the app has been removed. In short, it's because of a lack of revenue due to his weather provider increasing its fees:
Original story: One of our favorite weather apps for Windows Phone, Weather Flow, is no longer being published in the Windows Phone Store. So far, there's no word on why the app has been pulled from circulation.
The app's creator, Gergely Orosz, launched a major 2.0 update to Weather Flow in October 2014, with a beautiful new user interface and many other new features. However, the app has not been updated since a few bug fixing patches in November and now it can no longer be downloaded.
We have contacted the developer via email but so far we have yet to hear back from him about the reasons why Weather Flow is no longer being published. He has released a number of other Windows Phone apps that are still available from the store, including Cocktail Flow and Flashlight 7, so that would suggest that Orosz has not completely abandoned Windows Phone. We will post an update when and if he responses to our inquiries.
Thanks to John for the tip!
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