Cool weather app for iPad
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Cool weather app for iPad

The folks at AGLogic who brought us the terrific and colourful  Swackett weather..and the Swackett peeps have done it again with Peepometer 1000. It  is an elegant weather observation instrument with a retro, 1950’s-era feel. Replicating the look and feel of a mechanical device in every detail, Peepometer’s vintage gauges and dials are faithfully reproduced in stunning high resolution. Special attention is paid to mechanical functionality — with the gauge needles even responding to subtle bumps and inertia (on iPad 2 and newer devices).

Peepometer is designed specifically for the  iPad’s retina display. The app will transport you back to time when meteorologists, the aviation industry, and weather enthusiasts around the world used mechanical gauges and dials to observe weather conditions. Peepometer 1000 includes eight standard scopes, gauges and dials:

• Peep Scope
• Dial-a-Forecast
• Temperature Gauge
• Barometer
• Wind Speed and Direction Gauge
• Imagery Scope (including animated radar loops where available)
• Compass
• Clock

And of course there are the Swackett peeps that tell you exactly what to wear for the current conditions..the great visuals provide Current weather details, Visual forecasts for today, tonight and tomorrow, Daily forecasts for the next 5 days, Local, regional, state and national full-motion radar images (where available) with rain, ice and snow color mapping and Smart watches and warnings (available currently only in the US, but coming soon to other countries)

This app is a must-have for any weather enthusiast. Download it for free from the app store.

Bob Benedetti

<p>Former RCAF Fighter Pilot Bob worked for CTV Montreal as a Reporter, Producer and Executive producer for 35 years retiring in 2004. Bob started reporting on personal technology in 1995 at CTV and continues today at Home Technology Montreal</p>

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