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I am pulling for this app, seriously! It has great information on very specific locations, the design is particularly beautiful for a weather app, it is easy to use, easy to search/favorite locations, and the features look to be very promising if they mature (I hope you add the surf feature!). I see the potential and this app could really be amazing. My one critique/skepticism is on temperature accuracy. Upon first use in LA, it seemed to me like the temperatures reported at all locations were too cold. When comparing to other resources, Saildrones was always the coldest by anywhere from 1-10 degrees. I have a hard time believing everyone else is that far off. I spent the day outside with most other apps reporting around 68 degrees while Saildrones reported 64, and 37 years of life experience tells me that 68 was more accurate. Looking out in the forecast, the coldness trend continues for all 7 days compared to other forecasts. I’ll be using this app, hoping that my skepticism will disappear and that the temperatures will prove to be spot on. Good luck and keep up the good work!
The only app I have subscribed to is weather labs 3D. If I hadn’t had this app, this would be one very high on my consideration list. The 3D app is what I seek for it’s technical display of nexrad radar. The problem isn’t the subscription price itself in this app, its the compilation of all the quality apps that ask for subscription rates that probably stop users like myself from subscribing. I do get it on the data have an ongoing cost but so do subscriptions. Does one want to rent an app and pay forever someone else or does one want to pay for an app and really have something to show for it without endless expenses. I am the app owner choice, no different than I own a home rather than pay someone else’s mortgage. This is a 5 star app, I can’t imagine what it would be with the higher information provided with the subscription prices.
So tired of those old apps... Saildrone is awesome! I am totally enjoying it. I shared a picture of this app with friends & had someone mention that they aren’t seeing the tropical storm in the Gulf on other weather apps especially not like what Saildrone shows! I am happy to be part of the beginnings of this app & sharing it with friends!! Looking forward to seeing Saildrone develop & hopefully no future charges 👏
I really like how I can scroll a timeline as to when rain is expected, which way the wind is coming, etc. I realize that it is still subjective, but this app has been right more times than I can remember. Not sure if I will upgrade, only because I am stingy and the free aspect of the app gives me what I need. As the weather changes, we’ll see!
This is by far the best weather app I’ve seen in years. It feels like it’s something Steve Jobs would get on stage with and present as a breakthrough. I love the UI, the ability to see to the Min when rain is about to hit, the winds if sailing is your thing. Comments: there is no need to such dense number of city and neighborhoods names on the map as you zoom in, most people care about where they are at. Add a feature to geofence an area and get notifications for that specific area. Rain animation as you zoom into neighborhood should improve. Overall, Well done Saildrone team on delivering an amazing weather app!
Developed by Saildrone, Inc..
Saildrone Forecast - Weather is ranking in Weather & Utilities
Last update was at Dec 20, 2019and the current version is 1.6.2.
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Saildrone Forecast - Weather have a 304a user reviews.
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