updated 04:25 pm EDT, Fri September 5, 2008
MyWeather displays radar
MyWeather has published MyWeather Mobile for the iPhone, allowing users to access weather maps, conditions, forecasts and a full-screen interactive radar. The app combines Microsoft's Virtual Earth technology with animated radar, giving users a view of an area's weather patterns, along with points of interest like golf courses, stadiums and schools. With an iPhone in horizontal orientation, MyWeather enters full-screen mode, supporting pinch and flick gestures with the option of zooming down to street-level weather views.
MyWeather also offers precise data, such as temperature, wind speed and precipitation, and tracks 12-hour weather trends using GPS to determine a precise location. For convenience's sake, the app can store multiple locations simultaneously.
MyWeather Mobile works with both iPhones and iPod touches, and costs $15 at the iTunes App Store.