WeatherBug Lite - Weather Forecasts and Alerts
By Earth Networks, Inc.
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Your weather is only a click away! WeatherBug Lite brings the weather right to your Mac in a simple, uncluttered experience! Get basic weather info quickly with ease -- for even richer weather info, the app links to the WeatherBug website!
•Pinpoint Forecasts – Accurate, real-time current and hourly forecasts from the world’s largest weather network.
•Doppler Radar – Monitor rain, ice, and snow without having to open up your web browser or an app.
•Weather Alerts – Be alerted to all National Weather Service watches and warnings right on your Mac’s menu bar and stay informed of severe weather as it happens!
•Sleek and Simple Interface – See the current temperature and weather condition directly from your toolbar. No pop-ups. No clutter.
•Cross Platform Support – Sign-in with your Facebook or WeatherBug account to sync the locations you’ve saved across all WeatherBug platforms, like our website, desktop and mobile apps!
Expect more. Know more. Download WeatherBug Lite now!
What's New in Version 1.0.1
Thank you for downloading WeatherBug Lite! We are committed to improving your experience and your feedback is invaluable to us. If you enjoy this app, please consider taking a few moments to review it.
What's new in this release:
• Several UI enhancements and performance improvements
Useful addition to my Mac menu bar
Accurate and nice looking - I like having the weather and alerts in my menu bar.
Worthless App Until Weather Bug Wakes Up
App needs to be updated to run on OS X El Capitan. Doesn’t open at all. I’ve deleted and reinstalled but still does not work.
More accurate than others
Works on my Mac Pro (Yosemite) and MacBook Pro (El Capitan) just fine. Much more accurate than Degrees Pro. No ability to pull up webcam view with the app as you can with the IOS app. Ability to zoom radar would be nice instead of the fixed zoom frame. Color in the icon (sunny, rain, etc.) would be wonderful, but keeping with Apple’s boring black/white I guess is expected.