New features launched on latest WeatherPro HD for Android app
WeatherPro HD 3.3 for Android app includes several of the most requested developments in function and design. The flexible widgets can now be customised, and users can now connect to multiple personal weather stations, in partnership with Netatmo.
Developed by MeteoGroup, Europe’s largest independent weather company, WeatherPro HD for Android offers unrivalled, high-quality, seven-day forecasts and weather reports for over two million locations worldwide. Taking the service to an even higher level, WeatherPro Premium for Android offers everything found on the standard app plus: hourly forecasts for 14 days ahead, additional satellite and radar images showing the difference between rain, snow or freezing rain etc, radar forecasting, windstream animations, detailed conditions for ski and beach locations and more. WeatherPro is continually updated to offer new features, improved animation and enhanced graphics.
WeatherPro HD for Android 3.3 is available now for download from Google Play:
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Polly Kirk, office Administrator
The apps WeatherPro, MeteoEarth and Magical Weather are developed by MeteoGroup, Europe’s largest private sector weather business. MeteoGroup has a worldwide customer base and operations in ten European countries, Southeast Asia and the USA as well as representatives in the Middle East and Far East.
MeteoGroup is a full-service weather business supplying tailored products to corporate, industrial, media and consumer markets. Founded in 1986, the company has an unrivalled reputation for quality and innovation in weather forecasting. Expert meteorologists provide forecasts, support, monitoring and consultancy services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. In addition, a dedicated weather modelling team continuously develop MeteoGroup’s in-house systems and forecasting techniques.
The company is owned by PA Group Ltd. Offices are located in Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, the Philippines, Poland, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland the UK and the USA.