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Als u Orbis (Formerly MenuWeather) wilt downloaden van de Mac App Store, hebt u een Mac met OS X 10.6.6 of hoger nodig. Lees meer.

Orbis (Formerly MenuWeather)

van Evan Coleman

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Omschrijving

MenuWeather is back with version 5.0 and is now called Orbis.

Orbis is a simple, yet powerful, menu bar weather client.

▶ Super-accurate weather data from CustomWeather.com which provides weather to Fortune 100 and 500 companies
▶ Automatically determines your location
▶ Quick access to the weather right in your menu bar
▶ 15 day forecast
▶ 7 day hourly forecast
▶ Radar maps
▶ Severe weather alerts
▶ See the weather for multiple locations
▶ Many customization options
▶ Notification Center support

Wat is er nieuw in versie 5.0

MenuWeather is back with version 5.0 and is now called Orbis.

* 100% rewrite with an all new UI

Schermafbeeldingen

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Recensies van klanten

App doesn’t start ...

App doesn’t start, get an error saying: “The data couldn’t read because it isn’t in the correct format”

Worthless

App will not work with a computer connected to the web using an ethernet cable.

What happened?

With the name change came a completely non-functional app. I encourage the dev to revert to the 4.x codebase, because 5.x doesn’t fetch weather, only displays a single red ! in the menu bar, and often won’t even launch (crash on load). There is literally no reason to buy this app at the moment.

Why release something that doesn’t work *at all*? Moreover, why replace something that does work with something that doesn’t?

Orbis (Formerly MenuWeather)
Bekijk in de Mac App Store
  • € 1,99
  • Categorie: Het weer
  • Bijgewerkt:
  • Versie: 5.0
  • Grootte: 15.4 MB
  • Taal: Engels
  • Ontwikkelaar:

Compatibiliteit: OS X 10.9 of hoger, 64-bit processor

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