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|Apple||Weather||1.4.11||January 31, 2018||4.5|
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Version 1.4.11 released on January 31, 2018
Small Bug Fixes Changing the Wind From indicator. New Arrow Design! Fixing the Today Extension to have the new arrow and wind from design. If you have any issues or just want to suggest a new feature, we are always looking for meaningful things to add. Just use the contact us form in the settings area of the app! Thank you for all the great input and feature suggestions and most importantly, for using WindCompass!
Version 1.4.10 released on January 04, 2018
Fixing In App Purchases! Correcting the Today Screen Extension to use the settings you have made within the app. Thank you for your input and bug reports and praises! Thank you for using WindCompass!
Version 1.4.9 released on January 03, 2018
Minor Bug Fixes. Added Today Extension!
Version 1.4.8 released on November 08, 2017
More little fixes. If you are having any issues, do not hesitate to contact us through the app so we can get them resolved. Thank you for using WindCompass!
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Ever needed to know what the current wind speed and direction is where you are at? Want to know how windy it is outside without having to run out there and throw some grass in the air? Now you can with the Wind Compass! Wind Compass gets your current location and then the current weather conditions based on that location. No fuss, no configuration, just quick weather readouts. Current options include the ability to switch Wind Speed reading between Miles/hour or Kilometers/hour or Knots or Beaufort Wind Force or Meters Per Second Select Compass north from True North or Magnetic North Select Temperature from Fahrenheit or Celsius Select the Arrow direction of the Wind Indicator from Blowing To or Coming From Along with your wind info, Wind Compass also displays: Current Temperature as well as the Estimated Highs and Lows for that day. Sunrise/Sunset times as well as the "First Light" and "Last light" times for that day (Also known as Nautical Twilight Start and End) 24 Hour Forecast as well as 7 Day Forecast showing Time, Estimated Temperature, Estimated Wind Speed and Direction and % Chance of precipitation. You can also change the look of the app by selecting from the many different background types including standard colored backgrounds, as well as backgrounds like a map showing your current location, an overlay showing what your rear camera sees, and even a color gradient that auto adjusts from warm to cool based on the temperature of where you are! Wind Compass uses the Forecast.io Weather data to provide accurate conditions where you are. Just open the app, let it update, and there you go. Forecast.io uses many sources and creates as accurate of a forecast as possible for your location. As an added bonus, Wind Compass shows you which way is North so if you are inside or turned around, you can always know which way is north, along with the current wind direction. If you have any issues with Wind Compass please email email@example.com to quickly get the issue resolved. You can also submit a feature request or bug report right from inside the settings area! I cannot respond to reviews so leaving a 1 star review of "it didn't work" doesn't help anyone. *NOTE* Compass functionality within the app requires physical compass functionality built in. iPods can still get direction info but the compass will not update real time. *NOTE* Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. Credits Wind Icon designed by Jojo Franklin from J.Franklin Design (http://jfranklin.design). Forecast Information Powered by Dark Sky https://darksky.net/poweredby/
Wind Compass Ranking History | Weather
Wind Compass daily app ranking in Weather category for the last 30 days.
Wind Compass Worldwide Rankings | Weather
Wind Compass rankings per country in Weather category.
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