We knew Weatherbug was being developed for Windows Phone 7 and now a video demo of the popular weather app has surfaced.
The WP7 app will give you the option of having a live tile for Weatherbug on your home page that will display current conditions of any of your city locations. The live tile is updated with push notifications that includes alerts/badges for serious weather events. Tap the tile and you launch the full application.
The Windows Phone 7 Weatherbug app utilizes BING maps with layers to show animated weather patterns. Weatherbug also lets you tap into local weather cams. All in all, Weatherbug for Windows Phone 7 looks really good.
George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.
And the Apple fans who are trashing WP7 are saying that it doesn't have multitasking . . . This looks to me like multitasking . . . and a live tile. . . :)
This is a nice app, looks good and has lots of info you get. I just wonder if it'll have data from my part of the world and not just be limited to the US and some major EU cities etc.
Not nearly as elegant as Sense...
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