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Use your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad as virtual Goethe Barometer. Additional: Temperature display, felt temperature, air humidity, wind speed, pressure and more...
Showing weather data:
- Goethe Glas Barometer with liquid
- additional digital display in mb, hPa, Torr, psi, inchHG
- Enter your City or GPS > Weather data, nearby, world wide
- Shows the name of the weather station resp. town
- Temperature in °C or °F
- felt temperature
- humidity in %
- Wind speed in km/h, MPH, m/s, kn or Bft
- Date + time of the weather data
- Data: Internet, online (a few bytes only)
- map of the position of the weather station
- Headache Indicator (settable)
- Ice Preview
- Barometer History
- Universal App (for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad)
- 4 to 7 day wather preview with mor informations, e.g. Sun and moon
- iPad: Hi resolution views and adjusted windows
- Adapted for iPhone5 (higher display)
- IPhone5: On the surface, an additional 5 day weather appears
- 6 Cities with Test and GPS function
- Temperature in °C or °F
- Barometer in mb, hPa, Torr, psi, inchHG
- Wind speed in km/h, MPH, kn, m/s, Bft
- Pressure value for Headache
- Number on Icon (pressure) on/off
Enter Your City:
Samples: Miami or Miami,USA or UK,ZIPCODE or ZIPCODE,New+York,USA or de,ZIPCODE,berlin... Please enter without spacechars and without special chars (äöüß...).
Or use the GPS function.
- update-button for the data
- Displaying actual, international weather-charts (Temperature, air pressure, Wind of Europe, USA, South America, Canada, the Caribean, Asia, Africa, Australia)
- Icon: Number= last received air pressure
- Doubleclick on Barometer: Pointer moves a bit towards the air pressure tendency (like a real analog Barometer)
- Device does not turn off automatically, while the program is running
- Speech of the weather data
I love this!
I'd never heard of Goethe's barometer, so I'm kind of fascinated with the display! I got the app because low pressure triggers headaches for me and I wanted to track it as I am tracking my headaches. What I didn't know when I first got the app is that once you know the Hg level at which your headache tends to start, you can enter it and the app will tell you when it gets that low (you have to open the app, though, it's not a badge). Also...I've been able to get my local (US) pollen level on it, even though it says you can't. So try anyway!
Most comprehensive app featuring barometric pressure
Wish the pollen count could be for US, too and the barometric pressure forecast showed the week (so one could compare the previous day as well as the next day). Otherwise, this app is loaded with weather related information that I other apps do not feature. Also really like that there is a headache setting, though would be better if there was an alert when the pressure reached that point. Really easy to set preferences and find information.
Do No Buy
Since I bought it it has not worked, it gives me an error code 76 (cannot connect to the server at this time check back in a day or two). I contacted customer service and never got a response.
- Category: Weather
- Released: Nov 29, 2012
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 6.3 MB
- Languages: English, German
- Seller: Kai Bruchmann
- © (c) Pocketkai.de
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.