Some numerical information overlaps. Numbers in metars are slightly on top of each other.
It’s almost perfect for checking weather. Only reason is not a five star is because I noticed that it’s a little slow when it comes to updating current weather. I compared it to other apps and websites. It seems it takes a few more minutes (about 5-8 min) to update to current weather, when other weather apps takes 1-2 minutes.
This is a very good app, and I’ve been using it for years. I paid for the pro version to get rid of ads a few years ago. Then they added some extra features that require a subscription. That wasn’t a huge deal since we didn’t lose anything... Until recently. I had the meteogram widget and after a recent update I need to pay extra (on top of the pro app) to use it. Really disappointed they took away a feature and are now trying to get me to pay a subscription to get it back. I will continue using the app without the subscription, but I don’t like where it’s heading.
I purchased the 1 year subscription in march 2019. I still don’t have access to the features that the subscription is supposed to come with like Meteograms. I emailed support multiple times with screenshots of my subscription and have never heard back after 4 emails over the last month. I like the app but if I can use what I pay for then what’s the point
Used to display the closest airport automatically in the widget. Doesn’t work now. Highly disappointed
Used the free version for a couple months and have really liked the upgrade. Two features I would suggest potentially adding- 1- If there was a way to access the digital ATIS for airports that have it, that would be great. 2- Adding a feature on the Apple Watch to access user notes on each station. This is where I keep track of door codes and it would be great to get it right from my watch instead of having to pull out my phone and open the app.
En el apple watch no aparecen los datos del grupo de estaciones que tengo en el iphone, en el iphone funciona muy bien
Great app, use it for work constantly but it would be awesome if it had Digital Atis or the ability to pull up Digital Atis.
I think AeroWeather was one of the first aviation weather apps and still has the cleanest design and layout of Metar / TAF information. I’ve tried others and they are too “busy” with unnecessary graphics that distract from the information I’m after. Pascal (developer) is super responsive to suggestions. Glad to support his efforts through the very reasonable Pro version.
I’ve been using this app on iphone and iPad for some time, and it keeps getting better every year. I also have it on my laptop, yet the iOS app is the most used by far. I like the “Nearby” feature, you can set distance and runway length so you have the big picture around your departure and destination. The “smart group” makes it easy to build station lists, and these lists are synced between the iOS devices. These lists make checking the weather easy, and refreshing a station list is easy so I keep the lists and refresh when needed. For oceanic flights a list of diversion airports is easy to maintain, also high density areas with wind and weather issues easy to keep up with weather impacts. I use Foreflight for graphic wx, and this app for details.