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Exclusive Feature: Rewind and Replay Live NOAA broadcasts so you never miss a life saving alert!<br><br>NOAA Weather Radio is a PREMIUM NOAA WEATHER application to listen to over 200+ NOAA Weather Radio All Hazards Broadcasts. Get the latest Warnings, Watches, Advisories and Forecasts and other hazards 24 hours a day 7 days a week straight from the National Weather Service. <br><br>In addition NOAA Weather Radio can ALERT you to potentially life threatening weather via audible push notifications directly to your device 24/7 even if your not currently using the application and your device is asleep and locked. Also you will be able to retrieve the current conditions along with a detailed 4 day forecast for the weather station your listening to or you can get current conditions along with a detailed 4 day forecast based on your current location via GPS or Wifi. This is an amazing application and is available at the fraction of the cost of a real weather radio!<br><br>NOAA Weather Radio a high quality app that gives you:<br><br>* Flawless Streaming of NOAA Broadcasts<br>* Life Saving Push Weather Alerts<br>* Weather Temperatures & Forecasts<br>* Animated 5x Zoomable Radar w/Warnings<br>* Tons of Weather Data from the NWS <br>* Lightning Detection<br>* Instant Customer Support<br>* and much more...<br><br>* Featured by Lifehacker.com! <br>* iPad Users Please Get NOAA Weather Radio HD*<br><br>Top Features At A Glance:<br><br>* Choose Between Celsius Or Fahrenheit<br>* Access To All 172 Forecast Offices<br>* Marine Forecasts<br>* Zoomable Radar Up To 5x<br>* Animated Radar For All Covered Locations<br>* Largest Selection of NOAA Weather Radios<br>* FREE Weather Alert Push Notifications<br>* Simple Alert Setup Just Tap To Add<br>* Alerts For 1 or Multiple Locations.<br>* 200+ NOAA Weather Radio Broadcasts<br>* Daily/Hourly NOAA Weather Radio Broadcasts<br>* Statewide Watches, Warnings & Advisories<br>* SPC Severe Watches & Warnings<br>* Share Weather Alerts Via Facebook, Twitter<br>* Beautifully Displayed Weather Data<br><br>Other Features Include:<br><br>* Background Audio Support<br>* Fast & Responsive Customer Support Team<br>* Clean and Professional Designed<br>* Beautiful Retina Display Graphics<br>* Intuitive User Interface<br><br><br><br>Note: If your device is in vibrate/silent mode the sound attached to an alert will not be heard.<br><br>Having Problems? We can solve 99% of all issues you may be experiencing. Just send us an email with your concern and we will promptly address your situation.
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Fixed it... On the alerts page, it tells you to swipe left or press edit to turn on/off notifications or to delete selected locations. Are your locations grayed out? Mine were. Using edit, only lets you delete the locations. If you swipe left on them, you’ll notice a button to actually turn the notification on or off. There must’ve been a version that added this feature and defaulted them to off, because I know that I never turned them off myself... I turned them back on this way, and now instead of being grayed out, they’re bold n black / asserted. About an hour later, since there is weather going on, I got my first alert after doing this. If you’re having the same issue, give it a try. It may make you love the app again... Now just can’t hear the weather radio audio. Just spins. The radar takes a bit to load as well. The app needs some updates, but at least Iam getting the alerts again...😁
Here is my story, I downloaded this app in anticipation for Hurricane Irma. I went to use the app and it was locked in to the loading screen, I thought this meant it would work in a time of need. Once we lost power and the storm was ramping up to its worst, I opened the app and waited 1 min for it to connect to a radio in my area. No luck, I figured I would try again when I received power. When I did get power same issue occurred. We faired ok and I downloaded my local news app. We used it for the next 2 days (day of storm and luckily the 23.5 hours of no power.) I reached out to the Noaa people to notify them of my troubles and ask for a refund if $4.99. I am not a fan of paying for apps unless it is a necessity. This seemed critical so I forked over the $5 for an app that I would use possibly once a year. When asking for a refund Chris (the CEO) asked what I experienced and what channel was having issues. He responded that his team would be working to fix the issue. Although that is kind I would still like a refund and responded this. I have not heard from him in roughly 2 weeks. At the end of the day if the app had worked when and how it was supposed to then I would not mind the $5 being spent. The fact that I used a free local news weather app and it did a significantly better job is frustrating. I would rather donate the $5 to them then spend it on this app.
I’ve been trying to find a free and easy way to listen to weather radio in Hawaii. You would think that, in this day and age, our government would provide a simple web link that you could click on, bookmark and return to easily that would play your local weather radio station. But no. Millions of tax dollars cannot figure that out. So I finally I decided to spring for this $3.99 app after failing to find a website or free app that does the job. (There used to be a free one that worked about 60% of the time but I can’t find it again). This one works 100% of the time, remembers my location and my favorite station and opens right to it when I want to listen. It even plays nicely in the background with other apps while I read email, the news, check the waves, etc. It also plays nicely with the iPhone timer app and stops playing after a set period of time. Love that robot voice to doze off to. Anyway, highly recommended, at least for my purposes. Aloha.
Weather radio is still a super easy and reliable way to get important weather information quickly, particularly when you don’t want or can’t be glued to your screen. This app lets you hear the radio if you have data, which is more reliable than radio signals these days. It also allows you to see the 7 day forecast, see the current weather stats, read warning information, and generally streamlines information that can be challenging to dig out of the NOAA website. This is an app that does exactly what it claims to, and does it very well. The only thing that holds me back from a 5 star rating is the lack of a way to pay to fully upgrade the app in one purchase. I don’t mind paying for additional features, they’re worth it and the developer needs to make a living like the rest of us. I just appreciate being able to do so 1x when possible, as opposed to when new features are added.
I have always enjoyed listening to NOAA Weather Radio. Especially when my family and I lived in Dallas Texas in 1978-‘79! My Granddad, on dad’s side of the family, had this: 4”W x 4”D x 4”T square Radio Shack™️ battery powered weather radio with a switch underneath it for good (or) better reception mode, a telescoping 12” antenna, volume knob and long white on/off bar across the top side. Anyhow, I’m 55 years old now, but back in the 1960’s & 70’s NOAA Weather Radio Stations were ‘staffed’ with live, male, broadcasters..call me a geek...but their voices could put an elephant to sleep. The broadcaster’s voice is “computer animated” these day’s and new (Radio Shack™️) NOAA Weather Radio’s are all but impossible to come by these days, but, thank the ‘Higher Powers’ that be that there’s the NOAA Weather Radio “app” that’s still available from “An” App Store 🏬 to that’s available to use ‘with’ (or) ‘without’ an “Old~Timmie” - NOAA Weather Radio!
Developed by Christopher Coudriet.
NOAA Weather Radio is ranking in Weather & Utilities
Last update was at Jul 30, 2019and the current version is 10.2.
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