Wind & Weather Meter

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Wind & Weather Meter

WeatherFlow,


Store Category Version Last Update Avg. ratings
Apple Weather 2.31 June 02, 2017 3.73

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68%
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Version 2.31 released on June 02, 2017
-Onsite Report Sharing Fix

Version 2.3 released on February 25, 2016
-Improved Low End Wind Speed Detection -Added Support for Precision Shooting Weather Meter -Added Support for Agriculture Weather Meter -Bug Fixes

Version 2.21 released on February 08, 2016
-Air Density Calculation Fix

Version 2.2 released on November 12, 2015
-Background Mode -Bug Fixes

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App Description

WEATHERmeter and WINDmeter are both fully compatible with the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus (using the included adapter cable for WINDmeter). The Wind & Weather Meter app works with the WeatherFlow WINDmeter and the WeatherFlow WEATHERmeter -- available for purchase at retailers online and offline. When paired with a WeatherFlow meter, this free app allows you to take & share weather reports from your exact location. Capture highly accurate weather data, including wind speed (average, gust and lull), wind direction, air temperature, humidity and pressure. The app also give you values such as wind chill, heat index, apparent wind, crosswind, tailwind, dew point, air density and more. Add a description and instantly share your report via Twitter, Facebook, SMS, email and more. Weather reports captured from this app can be posted instantly to popular online weather services including iKitesurf, iWindsurf, SailFlow, WindAlert, and FishWeather. Device Compatibility: WINDmeter connects via the audio jack WEATHERmeter connects wirelessly

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Wind & Weather Meter Ranking History | Weather

Wind & Weather Meter daily app ranking in Weather category for the last 30 days.

Wind & Weather Meter Worldwide Rankings | Weather

Wind & Weather Meter rankings per country in Weather category.

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