WeatherBug releases free Android weather application

November 15, 2008
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A new weather app called WeatherBug has been released by a live weather information provider known as WeatherBug (what are the odds?). Created exclusively for Android, the WeatherBug application will be a mobile version of the company’s online services. However, what makes this weather application unique is that it will integrate itself with Google Maps so that users can chose to see temperatures and radar, through the use of multiple layers. This integration with Google Maps, which has street level accurate maps, will allow users to pinpoint the exact location of weather patterns. In the event of severe weather patterns, the application will send an automatic warning to the user. The app will also allow users to view local forecasts, and forecasts for areas that the user can determine on a customizable home screen.

[via MarketWatch]

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