Hi. I am this app developer and would like discuss about my new app:
Planning a trip? Discovering place to travel with map? Do not use simple map. Use map with 10-day weather forecast, air and water temperature, road traffic and wind, population and earthquakes.
The app is amazing for exploring weather and planning trips and recreation and allows you to easily pan and zoom so you can get unmatched detail of weather in your neighborhood or half a world away. Additional information, presented in pop-up window, includes “feels like temperature”, humidity, local time, sunset/sunrise time, wind speed, wind direction and ten-day weather forecast.
Road traffic and weather forecast on the map will help to choose route for long trip.
Animated Weather Map shows on the Google Maps:
- air and sea surface temperature
- animated weather icons and buoys
- earthquakes and weather alerts
- local time in every city world wide
- population and road traffic
- Radar (USA only) and cloud photos from satellite(USA, Europe, Japan)
- dew point and humidity
- wind and distance to the current location or selected point
is part of the Animated weather map. Animated weather map is part of the . But Animated weather map has few features missed in eWeather HD. First: eWeather HD does not have animated icons. Second: eWeather HD shows only current conditions on the Google Maps. Animated weather map shows 10-day forecast and hourly forecast on the Google Maps. Third: eWeather HD does not have population and road traffic.
The app is paid, but free for download from and works first 24 hours for free. For further use of the app you need to buy or uninstall it. Purchase is one time. App does not have any ads.
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