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Three questions •is there any way to add the Nut Tree boulders in Vacaville, Ca? •is there any way to have your favorites listed in an order I want (or even the order I favorited them) instead of ordered (from what I can see) randomly and I’d have to find the one I want? •is there a way to fix the bug of when you scroll through a state and pick an area to favorite or view, when you press “Back” to go back to the state’s area list, going back doesn’t load to the top of the page (as what it does) but instead loads to the location down the list you selected the previous area you viewed?
This app does exactly what a climber would expect & require when it comes to quickly & remotely checking the exact weather of oftentimes off-the-grid obscure locations. It's very easy to use & quickly search by actual crag name. Regarding the one negative review and the issues associated, the search function does get gummy if you don't complete a search query, but once completed the user can easily navigate back to the menu & home. The issue of favoriting locations (which is a key function) is a non-issue. There is a star next to the locations, press the star & the location is saved as a favorite, very similar to Gmail. So don't let the 1 negative review dissuade you from trying this resourceful free app. Give it a try, and no, I am NOT associated w/ the developers of this app, just a very enthusiastic climber. Great job on the app though! Now go out and climb!!
Only suggestion is to indicate how you choose favorites - it's not obvious at first. Instead of having a blank page when you click favorites, display "you have not picked any favorites. Click on the star next to a location to add it to your favorites", or something to that effect.
The website was great on its own right ... the text message weather updates were a godsend. This is definitely the next level. Thanks for the app! Without instructions, it took me a second to figure out that clicking on the stars would add locations to the favorites page. But now I get it.
I'm sorry, I thought this sounded like a cool app, but this is nowhere worth the space it uses. God only knows how you add favorites. If you hit search you cannot escape it unless you actually search for something. It offers nothing but a dumbed-downed weather forecast of well known areas. Thats it. We can only assume the people that have reviewed it thus far with five stars have had something to do with the development of it.
Developed by the ClimbingWeather.com,
who have also released the following apps Climbing Weather .
Climbing Weather has 22 user reviews.
Climbing Weather has an average rating of 4.0.
The latest version of Climbing Weather (1.5) was released on Apr 18, 2018.
You can download Climbing Weather here:.
Up-to-date weather forecasts for over 300
rock climbing areas throughout the United States. Whether bouldering in Joshua Tree or big-walling in Zion, ClimbingWeather.com let's you know when to pull down and when to bail. Keeping you high and dry since 2005!
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