1. onthehunt's Avatar
    Anyone know of a good weather radar app?
    11-14-2011 10:57 PM
  2. qfnol31's Avatar
    Use Raindar... It's simple, quite fast, and has enough features to keep me happy. I've played with quite a few, but that's by far my favorite.
    11-15-2011 02:28 AM
  3. Stearmandriver's Avatar
    Pykl3, if you want the best. It's genuine level 3, with all the products, not just reflectivity. Velocity, spectrum width, VIL, echo tops etc. are all included. It has good GIS data and shows gps position, also interfaces with SpotterNetwork.

    It's one of only a few apps I've bought. I'd pay 4 times what they sell it for.

    But then, I'm a chaser, spotter, pilot, sailor, and all-round wx nerd. If you just want to know if you're about to get wet, any of the free apps will probably be fine. ;-)
    11-15-2011 03:43 AM
  4. k425's Avatar
    I use RadarNow and Instant Radar.
    11-15-2011 04:21 PM
  5. kd0axs's Avatar
    Pykl3, if you want the best. It's genuine level 3, with all the products, not just reflectivity. Velocity, spectrum width, VIL, echo tops etc. are all included. It has good GIS data and shows gps position, also interfaces with SpotterNetwork.

    It's one of only a few apps I've bought. I'd pay 4 times what they sell it for.

    But then, I'm a chaser, spotter, pilot, sailor, and all-round wx nerd. If you just want to know if you're about to get wet, any of the free apps will probably be fine. ;-)
    Yes, Pykl3 is the best out there if you want detailed information. I'm a Skywarn spotter and that's what I use in severe weather situations. For everyday use, Rainy Days works great and it's free.

    Anyone have problems with Raindar on their E4GT? In the description it says it's not for Samsung phones.

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    11-15-2011 09:07 PM
  6. qfnol31's Avatar
    I haven't had any trouble with Raindar so far... Installed well and I just used it with no problems.
    11-15-2011 10:47 PM
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