WeatherPro update hits, brings iCloud support and increased radar support

No one likes when their favorite application is left out of the update party, and the folks behind WeatherPro didn't want you to feel that way either. An update has hit the AppStore for WeatherPro users that enables iCloud support for those of you who have updated to iOS 5 along with increased radar support. Knowing the weather for the day ahead is always pretty important to many of us, no one likes to walk out of the door in their finest of clothing and step right into the middle of a wild thunderstorm, do they?

  • iCloud synchronization for favourites! Available in time for the launch of iOS 5, WeatherPro is excited to be using the very latest in iOS developments to introduce iCloud synchronization for favourites on WeatherPro for iPhone and WeatherPro for iPad.
  • Increased radar support - One of the best-loved features of WeatherPro is the animated radar which is available for the US and much of Europe. New in WeatherPro for iPhone 2.5 is weather radar for Luxemburg.
  • Bug fixes – We continually strive to improve WeatherPro and wouldn’t dream of releasing an update without first fixing any known bugs.

The WeatherPro update is available in the AppStore now as a free update for current users, and if interested in purchasing today you can do so for only $1.99.

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WeatherPro update hits, brings iCloud support and increased radar support


Yeah, that's weird, when you search for WeatherPro it shows up as $1.99, but once you go into the app page it's $3.99.

I have yet to find a weather app that works better or faster than the web app from Weather Underground at You can even upload your own weather station data so that what you see on your phone is what's going on in your own back yard. Has amazing radar animation with zoom, sever weather and other features.

I guess I'm just strange...I never look at the weather forecast before leaving home... most of the time I really never look at the weather forecast.

Who needs a weather app anymore when I can just ask Siri? Just kidding...this app looks pretty nice and I might just take it for a drive.

Mine was also fast at first. Try using it for a week or two, it will crawl Typing becemos almost impossible , disabled spotlight completely, notifications.. still slow as snail downgraded it to 3.1.3, what a relief!

Useful information. Lucky me I discovered your web site accidentally, and I'm shocked why this twist of fate didn't happened in advance! I bookmarked it.