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What stands out with this weather app is the amount of information available. I no longer own a car, and I ride my bike everywhere. I rely on Seasonality Go to see the weather and really understand it: radar, graphs, and, especially, a cool way to visualize wind so that I can intuitively see where it's coming from and how fast it's blowing. Great app!
First, I am wondering if this app has been abandoned. Hasn’t been updated in a year. Accuracy is not very good. Temperature and precipitation forecasts are not accurate for my area . For example the probability of rain will display as 50 or 75% for most of a given day and other apps will forecast 10% chance of rain. When it doesn’t rain the next day, I know which app is accurate and which is not. And this one is usually not. I wish The pixels on the map where not so large. Each pixel seems to Cover several hundred yards. Even when you zoom out, the pixels showing precipitation are extremely blotchy and Large. I don’t think this app is worth the price.
The design is wonderful, but the weather data doesn't update on the schedule described in the FAQ. Sometimes it goes an entire day without updating, sometimes 2 or 3 hours. This makes the app worthless. I emailed support about this and didn't get a response. The app may work well in some areas, but doesn't in my area. Update: Finally heard from support. They suggested switching to a more active source for forecasts, which I did. But updates are still not frequent. I fear there is a deep-rooted problem. A shame as the design is the best I've seen.
Seasonality has the best map, and best 10-day view. I also have Storm, Dark Sky, RadarScope, etc which do well during the day. I like the Seasonality customizing .... I'm constantly re-arranging for my tastes. If I wanted to improve Seasonality, I'd look at the hourly world. I also have Seasonality Pro ... mainly use that for detailed views over a larger geography.
I’ve commented on this before. I use this app a lot, primarily for the graphs. They’re just so handy especially when I’m planning my exercise week. I’m a road cyclist. I just wish so badly there was some sort of line dividing each day on the graph. Simply having the day of the week under a spot on the graph is way too vague. My wish is that in the settings I could choose an option to insert lines down the ground at midnight of every day, or even two hour intervals in zoom mode. Pretty pleeeeeeeeeae!
Developed by the Gaucho Software, LLC.,
Seasonality Go has 27 user reviews.
Seasonality Go has an average rating of 3.9.
The latest version of Seasonality Go (4.3) was released on Apr 23, 2019.
You can download Seasonality Go here:.
Seasonality Go turns your iPhone or iPad into a complete weather center. Gathering data from sources all over the world, Seasonality Go is the last weather app you’ll ever need.
For the iPad, Seasonality Go provides several built-in screen layouts, and also allows you to create your very own screens with exactly the weather data you want to see.
On the iPhone, Seasonality Go presents
all the same data in a clean view of the past, present, and future weather.
The interface in both versions of Seasonality Go have been optimized to dedicate as much of the screen as possible to showing weather data. No extra cruft and never any ads. Some key features of Seasonality Go include:
• Search over 65,000 pre-defined locations in more than 200 countries, or use your device’s built-in GPS to get precise local weather data anywhere in the world.
• Current weather conditions and astronomical data like sunrise/sunset times and moon phase.
• A 7 day forecast in a day/night view or a 3 hourly view.
• Graphs for 10 weather variables including temperature, wind speed, precipitation, cloud cover and more…
• Animated map with radar imagery in the US, Canada, and Australia; and infrared satellite imagery worldwide.
• A surface analysis map layer showing fronts and high/low pressure centers over North America.
• A worldwide wind simulator called Particle Mode.
Macworld Magazine's best weather app for budding meteorologists:
"Those looking for an in-depth look at the weather on their iOS device should definitely check it out."
Featured as one of Entertainment Weekly Magazine's 6 Best Summer iPad Apps!
"If you crave more, Seasonality Go is really worth a close look and your consideration."
– The Unofficial Apple Weblog
"If you’re a weather freak, or simply like to get very accurate weather information when planning your activities, there is an app that can be quite helpful for you…"
"One of the things that sets it apart is all the different ways you can configure it. The app comes with a default interface that is itself quite effective. But you can also add additional screens…"
– iPhone+iPad Life Magazine
"Seasonality Go appears quite powerful and rich in information but is very easy to use even by someone who is not familiar with all the technicalities."
What we're working on:
• Improved radar coverage outside the US.
• Adding new weather stations.
• Map layer to show the jet stream.
Visit http://GetSeasonality.com to learn more.
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