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Bar-o-Meter - Altimeter & Barometer for iPhone 6 and iPad Air 2
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Version 1.3.6 released on March 29, 2016
Version 1.3.5 released on February 19, 2016
Version 1.3.4 released on December 14, 2015
Version 1.3.3 released on October 26, 2015
- restored the connection to the API that retrieve the absolute pressure value on devices not equipped with barometric sensor
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Bar-o-Meter reads the pressure from the iPhone 6 and iPad Air 2 barometer sensor and it uses it to calculate your altitude. It also gives you weather forecast and it shows the pressure in different measure units. On the iPhone 5S and older devices, it uses accurate internet services, to also display pressure and altitude. KILLER FEATURES ▪ Find your altitude from the pressure measured from your device, thank's to the Barometric Formula, and from your location ▪ Widget, to always keep an eye on pressure ▪ Pressure and altitude charts ▪ Relative Altitude, to get how up and down did you hiked, based on the pressure measure of your device ▪ Multiple measure units ▪ Amazing animations and Flat Design graphic! … and much more! Updates and more features are coming. Ver. 1.2.0 - Lot of improvements: In-App Purchase to remove ads has been added, new Wiki button and you can now take a picture with barometric data in overlay Ver. 1.1.0 - Now the charts of pressure and altitude variation in time are available. Also, the widget has been added! Ver. 1.0.1 - The altitude calculation has been improved and we added Millimeter of mercury (mmHg) as measure unit For issues, questions or requests, please write to our team at email@example.com or by the support page http://www.nettn.com/english/support.php
Bar-o-Meter - Altimeter & Barometer for iPhone 6 and iPad Air 2 Ranking History | Weather
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Bar-o-Meter - Altimeter & Barometer for iPhone 6 and iPad Air 2 Worldwide Rankings | Weather
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