New App Brings Global Extreme Weather Events to Your iPad: Xweather

We all love to complain about the weather, but as our parents may have told us once, "I'll give you something to complain about..."

Once you take a look at some of the extreme weather events taking place around the world, you might be slower to whine about your local weather, and like just about everything these days, there's an app for that.

Xweather is a dynamic and engaging new app for the iPad and iPhone, featuring a high resolution, easy-to-navigate, 3D rendering of our globe with icons highlighting extreme weather event 'hot spots'. Selecting one of the icons brings you a 2D regional map of the area, with a more refined perspective of the event, along with historical extreme weather events for comparison.

"In an increasingly interconnected world, Xweather is the first app to provide continuous updates on extreme weather events happening now, whether in your backyard or on the other side of the planet." - Xweather

Also available on the app are high resolution satellite photos from NASA, more information on the location, onset and duration, and magnitude of the extreme weather event, as well as the immediate and ongoing impacts from the effects of these Earth-changing events.

With this app, you can be the first to get the details on current extreme weather events, and a more comprehensive picture of global extreme weather that far surpasses most mainstream media coverage.

Xweather is available for $1.99 at the app store, for both iPhone and iPad.

New App Brings Global Extreme Weather Events to Your iPad: Xweather
A dynamic app combining an Earth browser with multimedia resources brings near-realtime updates on Earth-changing events

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