By Christopher Coudriet
We packed in all the data you will need along with up to date push notifications keeping you and your family well informed and out of harms way! Hola a nuestros amigos de habla española que tenemos cubierto, así como con el apoyo exclusivamente para las notificaciones push en español. NOAA Hurricane Center is a PREMIUM COMPREHENSIVE application with complete tracking support for Hurricanes, Invest Areas, Tropical Storms, Tropical Depressions and even Typhoons (which most of the competition don't offer). NOAA Hurricane Center also offers sophisticated push technology to include: Region Specific Alerts, National Hurricane Center Direct Alerts. The competition only offers you a very basic push notification service which is a broadcast message to everyone regardless of where your located and whether or not you want to know about storms not affecting you. Don't be fooled treat yourself to a TRUE, ACCURATE & COMPLETE hurricane tracking app! Top reasons to buy "NOAA Hurricane Center" over the competition! * Support For Push Notifications In Spanish! * NOAA Weather Radio Access! * Localized Push Notifications! * Hi-Res Satellite Imagery! * Video Updates by Real Meteorologists! * The Fastest At Getting Critical Pushes Out! * We Treat Tracking Hurricanes Seriously! * Push Notifications Directly From The NHC! * Best User Interface, Graphics & Functionality! * Solid, Bug Free & No Crashing! * No Nonsense Approach To Data You Want! * Satisfaction Guaranteed! Having Problems? We can solve 99% of all issues you may be experiencing. Just send us an email with your concern and we will promptly address your situation.
You can be trusted. I am in Florida at this moment Thank you Ineke Husgen Hubfordau
I’m not trained in meteorology. All I want are: The forecast models and the cone predictions. To understand the junk on this app you’d better have a drgree in meteorology. It is a waste of my time.
I know that I can always go to the app and have very knowledgeable people that will never lie about the weather.
We live on the East coast. Have to keep up with what’s happening.
This app does not present the info in landscape, so the tablet must be turned Ed 90 degrees to view the map. The map is still much smaller than the same info on the NOAA website. Plus, the info provided is not as comprehensive or easily accessed. Not worth downloading.
Hard to find graphical pats of storms. Overall difficult to use not very intuitive graphical data.
I downloaded this app hoping it would be a quick and easy way to track hurricanes. It appears to be a portal to NOAA. While that’s fine, I can’t seem to access things on NOAA’s page, like the prediction cones. Where’s that at? I wish I could’ve just reached out to the app developer, instead of writing a poor review hoping they’ll get back in touch with me, but it just took me to their website where it looks like they don’t even show this app any longer. Can I get my money back? Dave
Disappointed in that there’s nothing here that you wouldn’t get for free at noaa.gov. In fact, the website works better with my iPad than this app. It should be priced at $0.99.
Great site and informative