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[15 Apr 2010][1.0.4]Weather4me - the best weather info for your PDA :)

19th June 2009, 02:09 PM |#1  
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Current version 1.0.4
OS: Windows Mobile 5.x, 6.x
Additional requirements: .NET Compact Framework 2.0 for WM5 only

* Detailed actual weather conditions for particular selected city
* Today weather information
* Up to 5 days forecast information
* English or metric units for weather data representation
* Automatic or manual data refreshing
* Fast search city by name (partial name) or US zip code
* Ability to add city to the favorites and fast switching between them
* Support devices with all well known screen resolutions including WVGA and square screens
* Gesture support
* Automatic units selection according to the user's regional settings

Latest Version 1.0.4 download...

Reserved download link from the download.cnet.com...
for those who have a problem with my site accessibility.

Application release history...

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Good review (tutorial) by Peter Murphy Free For All: Weather4Me
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19th June 2009, 02:37 PM |#2  
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Looks good
Does it allow adding Accuweather RSS feed for getting weather outside of US?
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19th June 2009, 03:37 PM |#3  
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Looks good
Does it allow adding Accuweather RSS feed for getting weather outside of US?

Yes. You can get weather info from other countries too.
City search by name or partial name available.

Sorry for my bad English. I'm from Russia.
19th June 2009, 09:51 PM |#4  
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Sweet little app small, light on data

Just a couple of ideas:

Swipe right to change between Current Today 5 day "still have tabs on bottom" but don't have it swipe to Accuweather.com as could be accidental data costs. Swipe left opposite.

The Accuweather could be under view again for reason above, i know that it's linked to 5 day.

Nicer weather icons "Beyond Invisible" or the likes.

Being able to choose a custom wallpaper, colour background

Text Black or White or even more...

Thankyou for a cool light weather app
20th June 2009, 03:07 PM |#5  
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Sweet little app small, light on data

Swipe right to change between Current Today 5 day "still have tabs on bottom" but don't have it swipe to Accuweather.com as could be accidental data costs. Swipe left opposite.

The Accuweather could be under view again for reason above, i know that it's linked to 5 day.

Thanks for your feedback.

Probably I should explain some program behavior and functionality. Program internally contains 6 links to the AccuWeather site for mobile devices.
2 implicit links - when you switch from the "Current" or "Today" tabs to the "AccuWeather" tab. In this case integrated web browser shows the correspondent and different weather info for each tab.
4 explicit links - on the "5 Days" tab named "Details". When you click on "Details" link you switch to the "AccuWeather" tab automatically and browser shows the detailed forecast information.

All these links are not accidental. This is a part of license agreement between me and AccuWeather for freeware products.
20th June 2009, 03:30 PM |#6  
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I like it! Its really good and as i have a limited data plan its handy as its so light.
20th June 2009, 03:32 PM |#7  
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Thanks for your feedback.

I totaly understand what you are saying about license agreement

I'm just thinking about user freindlyness as the links could open up the page that is the 4th Tab to which would allow 3 x tabs bredth more finger friendly.. Same with swiping finger.

Oh just another little thing X could be minimize as if program closed then on open it searches data again on open, eazily fixed my side by adding to Task Manager Exclusive.

Thanks again for nice app
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good job dave man
21st June 2009, 11:11 AM |#9  
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Swipe right to change between Current Today 5 day "still have tabs on bottom" but don't have it swipe to Accuweather.com as could be accidental data costs. Swipe left opposite.

Sorry, I was confused by "swipe right", "swipe left" terms - you've imply finger gesture support. It was some misunderstanding from my side.
Thanks for a good idea.
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Any chance for a german translation?
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