AeroRadar 2.0 ‘Curriform’ – Professional-Quality Weather Radar on Windows

AeroRadar, the extremely popular companion to Atmosphere that put professional-quality weather data in the hands of anyone with a Windows Phone has received a massive update to version 2.0 ‘Curriform’ (a high-altitude ice- cloud).

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Built for the Future

Rebuilt for Windows Phone 8.1 and soon for Windows 8.1, AeroRadar 2.0 is a full rewrite of the ever-popular weather forecasting application designed for beginners, professionals, and weather enthusiasts. With an entirely new and ever-more intuitive and optimized interface, it’s now even easier to access the 30 new and improved weather layers available with AeroRadar. With a new web-based update system, new layers can be added and existing ones can be improved or fixed on a daily basis with no app update necessary. Additionally, the animation system has been fully rewritten fixing all known issues and adding the ability to animate back to the last 32 hours.

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A Layer for Everyting

Weather you’re looking for the 2-day composite convective outlook (Thunderstorms for the next 2 days) or an analysis of front movement over the Delaware Valley, AeroRadar has you covered. With an expanded library of weather layers for every situation, it’s now easier then ever to analyze the weather from your phone.

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Available for only 1.99 from the Windows Store with a free trial or as a free update for existing paid AeroRadar users, there’s no reason not to try the most advanced weather application on Windows Phone.

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We’re also planning to release an equally massive Atmosphere update later this week – make sure you’re following our social media pages and checking the Windows Phone news!

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