Hurricane - storm tracker + satellite radar

Hurricane - storm tracker + satellite radar

By Elecont LLC

  • Category: Weather
  • Release Date: 2013-09-16
  • Current Version: 1.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 28.60 MB
  • Developer: Elecont LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 28 Reviews)
  • Price:
Hurricane - storm tracker + satellite radar App Ratings: 4
Total 28 Reviews

Hurricane - storm tracker + satellite radar App Description

Cyclone brings you the freshest weather imagery available for North America, Europe, Japan, Australia including hurricane, typhoon and cyclone forecasts, tracks and projected paths and other tropical storm information. You will get real time detailed, stunning and sharp images on top of zoomable maps for not only rain and snow, but also tornados and hail. The data is provided by NOAA-NASA GOES and EUMETSAT satellites. Using the data from Storm Prediction Center and Global Disaster Alert and Coordination System (SPC & GDAC) Cyclone provides information about tropical storms and hurricanes for locations worldwide, areas affected by storms and severe weather, coordinates and wind speed, storm tracks & path projections. The app also allows you to check the weather on your favorite places on maps. Interactive map includes live international weather conditions, local weather and time, ten-day forecasts and sunrise/sunset times for multiple places. You can add placemarks on the map to represent your favorite places or the places you’d like to visit. At a glance you can see the time and weather for all of your favorites. Satellite images come from satellites which remain above a fixed point on the Earth (i.e. they are “geostationary”). Lighter areas of cloud show where the cloud tops are cooler and therefore where weather features like fronts and shower clouds are. Key features: * 1-km high resolution cloudy-sky images for U.S., Japan and Australia * 4-km cloud-sky images for Europe, * 4-km cloud sky images for Russia (covers territory to the west of the Ural Mountains and Russian Far East) * Current weather details and ten-day forecast in pop-up window. Features include: * Storm / hurricane / typhoon tracker and projected paths (International and Global) * two different layers to get the weather: ground stations, satellite * zoom in and out, drag and scroll * play, pause animations at any zoom level * displays current position on the map * saves and restores your last position * adjustable radar image quality for Wi-Fi and cellular connections * faster even when on 3G or EDGE networks * multiple map styles - terrain, satellite or standard Specifications: * Full 64-bit app * Requires any iPhone, iPad or iPod * Satellite data comes from GOES 13, GOES 15, METEOSAT and MTSAT satellites * Radar images delayed up to 30 minutes for the U.S, Japan, Indonesia and Australia * Radar images delayed up to 1 hours for Europe


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Hurricane - storm tracker + satellite radar App Reviews

  • Awesome

    By joejoe100953
  • Great

    By Gamo41
    Very nice application
  • Like it

    By crapisinky
    Enough said
  • Hurricane

    By Quase14
    It works
  • Cyclone

    By Island caveman
    Saved our bacon!
  • Truckdriver

    By Mandytruck
    Soy camionero, me funciona bien , es muy util para my trabajo
  • Cyclone App Review

    By Gabriel Placeres
    Good application and have help me stayed informed on two major hurricanes this year (Harvey and Irma) which impacted my family. One thing that would make the application even better would be to add the storm surge and potential impact to areas impacted by the hurricanes. This information of great value when you are making decisions on evacuation routes
  • Great graphics for following hurricanes

    By Kyler Graham
    All the info I need to track storms!
  • Poor coverage!

    By Big Al 57
    Does not cover south half of Gulf and Caribbean.
  • Don't buy this app

    By Emily8383838
    This app does not show the radar for the southern half of the Gulf of Mexico. A tropical storm is making landfall tomorrow night and this app isn't tracking it at all. It is not shown on the half-**** radar, or even mentioned anywhere in the app. I guess I'll have to accept that this was a waste of my money and turn on the weather channel.