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There are a million different weather apps available in the App Store, and it seems like all of them have some kind of problem or another — either the interface is wonky, the information is outdated or it’s just plain ugly. So what do you do when you need a weather app that looks good and gives you the information you need?

Weather 2x is one answer to that problem. Not only is the interface new yet strangely familiar, it’s also stunningly beautiful to look at. Is it worth your $1.99? Let’s find out.  (more…)

Quick Look posts are paid submissions offering only a brief overview of an app. Vote in the polls below if you think this app is worth an in-depth AppStorm review!

In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting gRadar. The developer describes gRadar as a fast and reliable weather app that provides worldwide radar images, five-day weather forecasts and observations on an interactive map (Google Maps).

The perfect app for outsiders and travelers alike, gRadar can be animated for up to twelve hours of rain/snow radar images so you can accurately tell if precipitation or storms are coming your way.

Read on for more information and screenshots!

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Wouldn’t it be great if you didn’t have to get out bed, open the curtains and face the sunlight to see a beautiful depiction of the weather outside your house?

Outside allows you to do just that! It even goes a step further and brings push notifications and weather forecasting together in an intriguing fusion. Will the weather ever be the same again?

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Have you noticed that your iPad seems to have a few missing apps? For no apparent reason, the iPhone’s default offering is a bit more robust than that of the iPad.

Today we’ll seek to right this wrong by briefly looking at a few apps that you can use to fill the void on your iPad’s home screen. And since you should’ve gotten these apps free with your iPad anyway, we’ll make sure the replacements are free as well!
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You wake up to the sound of a buzzing alarm clock and hit the snooze for a few more minutes of sleep before sitting up and checking out the day’s weather. Then in the evening you navigate back to your bed in the dark with a light from your pocket before curling up with a good book to ease you into a dreamy state. As your spouse falls asleep and begins to snore a sound is emitted that causes him/her to stir and move into a position where the snoring ceases. The next morning you rise feeling refreshed and log your sleep hours, viewing your statistics for the week.

The narrative above might conjure up a visual image of a nightstand cluttered with various household objects and electronics, but the 25 apps below can make this story a reality through the use of only one device: your iPhone!

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Quick Look posts are paid submissions offering only a brief overview of an app. Vote in the polls below if you think this app is worth an in-depth AppStorm review!

In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting GPSWeather. It’s completely free, and the developer describes it as the best iPhone application for finding the current weather information, instantly based on your location.

Read on for more information and screenshots!

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Gone are the days when you’d need to tune into the local news to hear tomorrow’s weather forecast. The Internet has long offered a way to quickly gather an up-to-date weather forecast for anywhere on Earth, and the iPhone has brought this directly into the palm of your hand.

Today we’ll be looking at 6 versatile and feature-packed weather applications for the iPhone, comparing the features and interface of each. We can’t stop it raining, but we can make sure you know when to take an umbrella out with you!

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