Store Performance Index shows overall performance of your app on app stores. It is based on combined ASO & reviews metrics.
User reviews affect conversion to installs and app rating. Featured and helpful reviews are the first to be noticed by users and in case of no response can affect download rate. This is why it is highly recommended to reply to them.
Solid app, with a ton of information, even on the basic level. Though, even with all the information, one feature seems to be missing in action. There is a menu option that shows as “current location”, yet, I have found no place to activate location privileges for the app. This means, that the app is unable to determine my current location. Is this a future feature, and the menu item was pushed to the public app early?
Don’t get me wrong, this is a great app that has lots of potential. BUT I feel like this was released a bit soon. There are some small tweaks that really should’ve been in the initial release, like being able to make the compass point north by tapping it, the ability to show your current location on the map and go to the closest radar site, and show storm cell info and tracks. Also on my wish list, but not as important to me: lightning strikes, showing smaller towns’ names, and the ability to customize the radar colors. Also, I’ve noticed the radar image not updating when I return to the app after a while. I have to force close the app and open it back up to see the latest image. With all that said, this app is beautiful...the 3D graphics and smoothing are nice features that we haven’t seen before on this class of iPhone app. And as features are added, I could see this being the iOS equivalent of GRLevel2, and I can’t wait to see where it goes!
I had to get this amazing app when I saw it. No other mobile app has such features! It’s incredible. This can beat Radar Scope in so many ways! On the other hand, It was a bit of a let down to find that some simple features are only in pro. Now, i do know how it does not cost anything to acquire radar data from the NWS. Therefore, velocity should be included free. People who will purchase this app will purchase because of its 3D feature and that’s what pro should hold most of. So it would make sense to pay for the stuff you guys have to render and “work” on. It’s kind of stealing, people pay for free data. To conclude, leave NEXRAD reflectivity and velocity free, along with volumetric and cut through. And then pay for the rest go the radar data’s and 3d features. Thanks for making this awesome app!
I love being able now to look at storms looking through it from the side, instead of just looking at it from an above view angle. There are only a couple things I would like to be able to do, and they are an ability to measure how far away from a certain location a storm is, and the ability to switch the map from a city view to a county view. I know of no weather apps that do this, and being a storm chaser, every warning is put out with naming the counties involved, with a sub-naming the cities that a storm is heading for. Thanks for making this app, it store beats spending a great amount more for a program like it.
Great foundation has been laid with this app in version 1.5. A few critiques... 1) Allow the large banner in the top right to be hidden with just the timestamp visible. 2) Need an easy way to export images and GIF animations so we can publicize your app even more on social media! 3) Allow the compass to be invisible in the top right corner AND allow it to be tapped to quickly go to straight north orientation. 4) Am I missing it or is there not a way to make “current location” not visible on the map quickly? Lots of potential!! Great job!
Developed by Weather Lab LLC.
Weather Lab - 3D is ranking in Weather
Last update was at Jan 07, 2020and the current version is 1.8.
To see all other keys and revenue click here 1297340831
Weather Lab - 3D have a 96a user reviews.
In the meanwhile, check latest insights
on mobile business
2020 was a rollercoaster and brought a ton of changes to the industry. What were the most important ones, how did they affect trends of 2021 and what should you do — all that in this article.
AppFollow analysts have tracked down apps which enjoyed the highest average rankings for most of the year 2020.