Originally Posted by fosters2
Looks nice but $9.99
We're talking about a data feed that is free. For that price, I'll stick with the slower alternatives or just use the www.wunderground.com/radar
link on the iphone to access the same data.
You're really complaining about $10? It's less than the price of a frigging movie ticket.
The data feed may be free, but the app to access it and parse the data is still worth paying for to reward the developer's time and effort. For your measly $10, you get an outstanding app that has useful features and doesn't have ads plastered all over it.
I ride a Wee-Strom; I'm pretty damn cheap. And even I think $10 for a solid, genuinely useful piece of software is a great deal.