Today I’ll share Apple ipad News about MINIMETEO is a fresh, Nice and Easy use weather App for iPad. Not sure if you guys residing in different parts of the world, here in the UK, but the weather is quite a big deal – mainly because the summer usually occurs a few hours each year, while cold, wet and dark period is an almost permanent fixture.
Eagerly awaiting weatherman to decide what will happen now is a thing of the past thanks to our smartphones, with each of the big three ecosystems which offer some form of weather update application by default. Very basic, App Store, Google Play and Windows Phone Marketplace has lots of decent options, offering in-depth coverage often spans several days, and although not all is a Sun and rain at the age five, to know which game play elements are often important when planning ahead – something also typically done on a smartphone or a Tablet PC.
MINIMETEO Weather App:
You can download this: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id526381557?mt=8&src=af&affId=2064962&ign-mpt=uo%3D6
MINIMETEO for the iPad
Most available over apps in the above mentioned shops are quite similar and generic. Often with a HD-moniker, offering the heavy, almost cluttered interface which is always one of the put. Here in Redmond pie, we like our minimalism, and they don’t come much more so than MINIMETEO for the iPad.
Taking full advantage of the third-gen iPad, fancy retina display, it offers you lines and tiled interface that Windows 8 has made a big hit, and although you should considered a weather app for your Apple Tablet before, this only can change you.
MINIMETEO weather App for iPad
Immediately striking, the colors that are used are all quite unorthodox for any app – keep flitting between mustard yellow, misty purple with turquoise and surprisingly, they seem to compliment each other quite nicely. You can compare your local weather with various other landmarks (here in the United Kingdom, such an agreement is usually only serves to be lowered, but I digress), the entire app knits together very nicely.
Weather App for iPad
As well as the weather conditions forecast for up to 6 days, Sunrise and sunset times, General humidity percentage and, of course, temperature, it is not really much else to say about this app, its strength is certainly in its sophistication and violent simplicity, and if you’re an iPad owner, this would make a nice addition to the home screen.
It costs only $ 1.99, which is reasonable given that the iPad apps is invariably higher than their iPhone and iPod touch equivalents, and having tested out on my 3rd generation of iPad, I recommend you try it.