Bar-o-meter app - not just another barometer app for iOS

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by NETTuno, Feb 6, 2015.

  1. NETTuno macrumors newbie

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    #1
    Hi everybody!

    We are a small company of Italian developers focused on mobile apps since the AppStore first introduction.

    I would like to introduce you our Bar-o-meter app! It doesn’t just displays pressure data coming from the barometric sensor on new Apple devices: it shows you altitude (from gps, from pressure and relative), displays up to 12 hours data in charts, has a widget and automatically fetches the value of pressure at sea level from the closest weather station.
    And it comes with a nice Flat Design interface! It also works on old devices and we are constantly updating it with new features and improvements.
    It’s not just another weather app, we worked hard (and still do) to make it the easiest and yet powerful utility to use the iPhone 6/6+ and iPad Air 2 barometric sensor.

    Bar-o-meter is available for free (with -not so many- ads… but also In-App Purchase!) on iTunes AppStore here:
    https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/bar-o-meter-altimeter-barometer/id930952204?mt=8

    Here follows a couple of screenshots.

    We are looking forward to your comments and suggestions!

    Thanks,
    Daniele Rapillo
    NETTuno Fanatic Developers
     

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  2. aicul macrumors 6502a

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    Just reading barometer settings is not that essential.

    Have you considered giving it a industry specific twist ? Like for pilots a barometer reading is actually a flight level ?
     
  3. NETTuno thread starter macrumors newbie

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    #3
    Sure it can be interesting, but also a risky business :)
    An iPhone or iPad it's just a (powerful) phone after all, it isn't equipped with a temperature sensor and without internet connection (like when you are flying) vital informations are missing. Maybe the pilot can fill the missing information, anyway we would need a consultant to create something really useful.
    If you want maybe you can help us... :)
     

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