Meet the Weather Gods of Fire, Ice, Water, Air & Moon

Member of the AppleVis Editorial Team

Join with Thomas Domville (AnonyMouse) as he explores and meets the Gods: Fire, Ice, Water, Air & Moon delivering you the Weather as you have never experienced it before.

Weather Gods for iOS redefines the weather app with painstakingly crafted data visualisations, procedural graphics and audio that enables you to literally see, hear and feel the weather. With no more weather icons to decode, the Weather Gods is simply the quickest, most engaging, most enjoyable way to get the accurate weather information you need.

The Weather Gods skilfully integrates premium weather data into an elegant, iOS Exclusive, easy-to-use interface that will delight casual users and weather enthusiasts alike.

With a wealth of rich weather data from the world’s most respected providers, the Weather Gods provide detailed site-based forecasts for over a million locations worldwide. Our advanced, next-generation notifications are easy to setup and bring you exactly the information you want right when you need it.

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Podcast Review

App Developer

Hi Thomas,

Thank you for taking the time to review Weather Gods and for producing such an informative review.

You raised a few questions which I can give some answers to:
- worldwide locations; yes the notifications are available worldwide, we haven't tested everywhere, but we've switched on notifications for places in China, India, Russia, Europe and we regularly test with the Antarctic for snow and frost notifications :) We are also in the process of localising the app for many countries, including France, Germany, Italy, Spain, China and Russia
- Follow Me should be possible without too much development effort and I will add that to our list of upcoming features
- The weekly summary for the weather - I was just talking about this in email today with Kevin Utter!
- Notifications without closing the app, I'm working on it and have been in touch with Apple for advice as to how we might achieve it. I did look at background refresh but a force close of the app can kill that one as well. However, your suggestion of always on location services is a good one, and that might be the way forward. It will fit in well with the 'Follow Me' mode as well.