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Discussion in 'iPad' started by max2, Sep 4, 2018.
Does anyone know which one is the best?
I use RainToday and Windy.
I'm not 100% sure for iPad, but checkout Weather Underground's App ... you can press on the map in the weather section and it will open a full screen radar.
I’ve used RadarScope for years and love it. It’s raw data off the radar dish and has a ton of features. Definitely worth the price
I use RainViewer on my iPhone. It is available for iPad, but not sure if it works in landscape or not.
I use NOAA SuperRes Radar US - HD Weather Radar and Forecasts by Shuksan Software, LLC. I’ve had it for years and it is great.
I also vote for RadarScope. It also has an Apple TV mirroring mode that removes some of the controls on the screen. I've seen the local weather folks use it in that mode on TV broadcasts.
Another vote for Radarscope. Have used it for years on my Mac, iPhone and iPad. On rainy days (like today) I leave it running all the time like a "screensaver" on my mediaserver screen. But it's not for everyone, you have to pick a specific radar station to view, so that limits the coverage area. It doesn't show a composite map of multiple radar sites.
My favorite radar app is the Radarscope Pro. It has lots of features. Their website has online documentation on each radar data function.
I now rescind this recommendation. After reading https://guardianapp.com/ios-app-location-report-sep2018.html and finding that this app is on the offenders list, I have removed this app and no longer recommend it.
now RadarScope has put out a full featured app for Apple TV.
Storm Radar from the weather channel. My favorite.