Report the weather with Weddar for iPhone

Weddar for iPhone is a weather forecast app powered by the people, for the people. You can check out current weather reports from real people as well as contribute your own. Instead of a generic forecasts, Weddar provides reports such as "feels good, but a little windy" for a more personal and realistic feel.

The recent update of Weddar includes the following:

  • Better contrast of weather conditions icons (on map screen “+” popovers);
  • Improved location descriptions when sharing reports to Twitter and Facebook;
  • Location context (“Chuo, Tokyo” instead of “Chuo” or “Almada, Portugal” instead of “Almada”);
  • “Fresh” is now “Cool”;
  • Share of “Hell” is now reported correctly as “like hell.”;
  • 5 requests per day limit (Request/Fill) - Prevents misusage of the requests feature;
  • Images files optimization resulting in smaller application and faster loading;
  • App code, Server code and general performance optimization.

If you pick this one up, let us know what you think! Check out the screenshots after the break.

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Leanna Lofte

App and Photography Editor at iMore. Mother, wife, and math instructor. Follow her on Twitter @llofte and send her apps to consider for review at iosapps@imore.com

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There are 6 comments. Add yours.

Catarino™ says:

Our purpose was to help people knowing how the weather is in other places, reported by people like you and me. Your report is going to help other people, and those of other might help you. It's a win/win. :)

Jerry says:

I understand "social" is the hot commodity right now, but in this case, I'll pass. I want the weather facts and not someone's interpretation of the weather.

Jason Ellis says:

Facts? Where do you get them at? All I know is the weather man is NEVER, i mean Never correct with the weather. I think this is a great tool, to show people how the weather really is when you are leaving the house, or plan on playing golf, or even going to the beach!!!! Nice Job Weddar!!

Jerry says:

The current temperature is a fact, yes? I prefer to rely on an authoritative source and make my own assumptions than rely on some Joe-schmoe user saying "it's hot as hell" when I may or may not feel the same way. And btw, I agree with you that weather forecasts can be very inaccurate but more often than not, a source that provides accurate information for current weather can usually be found.

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