updated 12:02 pm EDT, Tue June 4, 2013
Weather HD now known as Clear Day
Vimov has updated the desktop version of its Clear Day weather software for the Mac. Previously known as Weather HD, the app has been designed to provide users with detailed weather forecasts for locations around the world. Severe weather warnings are delivered to the app directly from the National Weather Service and MetroAlarm, and detailed animations are used to depict the conditions. Version 2.0 has updated the real-time severe weather notifications to support Mountain Lion, and now provides quick access to a detailed view of weather conditions through the menu bar icon. Support has also been added for pausing and playing videos with a click, as well as dragging map borders to enlarge the view. Clear Day can be purchased from the Mac App Store for $4.
Dock Minimal offers support for range of popular tablets
A new dock designed to work with a wide range of tablets and e-readers has been announced by onanoff. The Dock Minimal can be positioned in 20 different viewing angles, and currently supports the iPad, iPad mini, Kindle, and most Samsung and Nexus tablets. Each Dock Minimal comes with one main dock, one kickstand, one touch-screen stylus pen that fits inside the kickstand, four side fittings and five cable connectors which enable the stand to serve as a dock for almost any tablet. The Dock Minimal will be available in four colors, Glacial Blue, Lava Red, Arctic White, Black Onyx, at a cost of $40 when it beings shipping in the coming weeks.