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Award Winning Weather App Wx Now Available for iPhone

Award Winning Weather App Wx Now Available for iPhone

Virginia based Hunter Research and Technology today announces Wx 1.4.1, the iPhone version of its popular weather app. Named a 2009 Mac Gem by Macworld magazine, Wx displays current conditions, forecasts, alerts, and radar for U.S. locations using high fidelity XML data from the National Weather Service. Designed for both serious weather watchers and casual users alike, Wx offers detailed information and facts in a fast, clean, and functional interface.

CFI Tools Preflight WX+ App Adds Forecast Feature

CFI Tools Preflight WX+ App Adds Forecast Feature

Herndon, Virginia – CFI Tools today is pleased to announce the latest upgrade for CFI Tools Preflight WX+ 1.11 for iPad. This App now used widely by General Aviation (GA) pilots now offers an expanded weather forecast function.
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Top Selling iPad Weather App Wx Optimized for iOS 4.2 Multitasking

Top Selling iPad Weather App Wx Optimized for iOS 4.2 Multitasking

Williamsburg, Virginia – Hunter Research and Technology has announced version 1.1.1 of its popular iPad weather app Wx, which was named a 2009 Mac Gem by Macworld magazine. Wx displays current conditions, forecasts, alerts, and radar for U.S. locations using high fidelity XML data from the National Weather Service. The app is designed for two types of customers: serious weather watchers who want detailed information and facts with no fuss, and casual users who want a fast, clean, and functional weather app that has low memory overhead, excellent multitasking performance, and low CPU/battery usage.
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Award Winning Weather App Wx Now Available for Apple iPad

Award Winning Weather App Wx Now Available for Apple iPad

Williamsburg Virginia – Hunter Research and Technology today is pleased to announce the iPad version of its weather app Wx, which was named a 2009 Mac Gem by Macworld magazine. Wx displays current conditions, forecasts, alerts, and radar for U.S. locations using high fidelity XML data from the National Weather Service. The app is designed for two types of customers: serious weather watchers who want detailed information and facts with no fuss, and casual users who want a fast, clean, and functional weather app that has low memory overhead and low CPU/battery usage.
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