Atmosphere Weather’s niche is providing best presentation of the weather forecast. Measured by easy of use and its ability to elegantly communicate the large volume of information that comprises the weather forecast.
Most weather apps seem to do a brain dump with little thought given to the delivery of information or user’s ability to efficiently access the information. Atmosphere Weather is different! It is is a sophisticated visual presentation of the weather forecast that will leave you amazed at how easy it is to understand and retain the weather forecast.
The benefit is getting an easier, clearer, and a memorable presentation of the weather forecast giving you the ability to make better decisions about your plans.
Three key aspects of Atmosphere Weather :
1. Weather represented on a 24 hour clock – Intuitive.
2. Colored rendering of cloud cover, daily temps and winds – See Trends.
3. Integrate calendar events to track your events with the weather – Make Life Simpler!
Specifics and Trends
Specifics are often wrong, but trends are generally reliable. For example, when the sky is clearing up Atmosphere Weather shows the change from gray to blue. One can safely read that the sky will clear up during a certain time period. But it is understandable to know that it might not be exactly when it is forecast but the knowing the trend is valuable and reliable information.
Daily temperatures highs and lows shown by themselves don’t tell the whole story. Atmosphere Weather displays the time of the highs and lows with accompanying color indictors to fill in the details. In a stable weather pattern the highs of the day are around 3 or 4 pm, but in a cooling cycle the high could be at 9:00 am. This information is instantly understood with Atmosphere Weather.
The same is true for winds, the app uses color to indicate the wind speed. Green is below 10 mph, then the color shows yellow to red for dangerous wind speeds. Viewed over the day, with Atmosphere Weather, it is easy to see the trends of when and how quickly or slowly the high winds come and go.