BeWeather for iPhone is here, BlackBerry switchers rejoice!

BeWeather, an extremely popular weather app for BlackBerry, has finally made its way to the iPhone. Not only does BeWeather have a beautiful design, it's also loaded with useful features including integration with DarkSky and Weather Underground. It's also available in not only the US, but Europe and Canada as well.

On the initial launch BeWeather lets you pick a design you like which includes beautiful images, animated images, or a radar map. You can always change this later. You can add as many locations to BeWeather as you'd like through the side menu.

When it comes to features, BeWeather offers quite a few of them. For free you get access to features such as precipitation, hourly and 7-day forecasts, sunset and sunrise data, radar maps, and more. If you want to upgrade to BeWeather Pro via an in-app purchase, you can do so for $2.99. This gives you even more data including up to the minute forecast data that you can access for all supported locations by just tapping on the hourly forecast. The pro version also includes things like push notifications for weather alerts in your area.

Some features are only available in certain areas but for the most part, BeWeather is well supports across the board for most features. The app description specifies where information is only applicable to certain areas so be sure to check that out too.

I can see why BlackBerry users enjoy BeWeather so much and it has earned a spot on my Home screen, at least for now. If you happen to try it out, let us know what you think in the comments!

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