Weather Radio enables you to receive critical alerts via voice and push notification regarding life-threatening weather events. Your iPhone will “wake up” with alerts and also track your location to warn you wherever you go. Listen to local weather forecasts while on the move. Enjoy the power of a NOAA Weather Radio, with all the convenience and precision of a smart phone. Features: ¥ ACCURATE ALERTS- Provides the most precise alerts compared to other similar apps on the market ¥ COMPLETE CONTROL- Choose only the type of alerts you want to receive ¥ FOLLOW ME- Alerts you when a watch/warning is issued in your area ¥ MULTIPLE LOCATIONS- Ensure friends & family are safe by saving up to 5 additional locations ¥ AUDIO- Hear beeps followed by a brief description of the alert type ¥ RADAR- Quickly reference your location to adverse weather using radar with watch and warning overlays ¥ QUICK FORECAST- Access current and forecast weather information for remote locations ¥ VOICE OVER- Works for the visually impaired ¥ VIDEO- View streaming video of severe weather coverage for up-to-the-minute information In App Purchases: LIGHTNING ALERTS- $4.99 - Lightning alerts are sent when a lightning strike is first detected within 6 miles of your location and an all clear is sent when no lightning is detected within that range for 30 minutes. In addition to alerts, view real-time lightning strikes on the map. About WDT: Weather Decision Technologies, Inc. is a weather content and technology partner for many major weather brands in the U.S. Weather is our business and weather safety is our passion. Community: Learn more about Weather Radio and receive update notifications and information. twitter.com/Weather_Radio Support: Visit our support page for FAQs and questions. http://support.wdtinc.com/mobile/Weather-Radio.html
This has now been abandoned by the developers.
Not thrilled that I had previously purchased the app but when I got a new phone using a family account, it forced me to repurchase. Then when I tried to get the charge taken off, Apple says this item is not eligible for a refund. Kind of bush-league.
I have been using this app since Ver 1.2 and as Apple has moved on with iOS updates it seems that the developer WDT has left this what used to be an awesome app... abandoned. Many are on iOS 12 and since the release if iOS 11 the app UI is buggy and notifications are very delayed if you get them. Developers at WDT have said an update was coming soon for nearly a year. I’ve moved on to Storm Shield where a plethora of notifications are available and deleted Weather Radio.
While this app still works and still notifies me of lightning strikes, it’s in bad need of an update. If WDT doesn’t update it for the iPhone X screen then I’ll move to another lightning detection app.
Great for alerting severe weather and very loud. However, the app needs to be optimized for new iPhones. Particularly iPhone X, XS, and XS Max.
Don’t know what happened to this app but it’s practically useless now. And I’m not paying for lightening alerts when I get them free on the Weather app. This is no longer the best weather app. Hasn’t been updated in forever.Don’t need it taking up space on my iPhone so will delete.
My yearly subscription for the lightning alerts ran out on August 26. I have been trying to get it restored and the app keeps taking me around in circles. I have sent an email, actually quite a few emails, and have been sent a link to go to restore the purchase. However as of this posting on September 2, I have not been able to purchase the alert yet. As an aside, if we’ve bought the Alert wants, I really don’t see why this is the only Alert that the platform on her charges for 95 for every year.
I’ve used this app and recommended it for years but now I can’t even edit locations.
This app is very sporadic, and when it comes to severe weather alerts that’s not good enough. It’s hard to believe this app is made by the same company that makes the awesome RadarScope. I tweeted them today to ask if they ever considered adding push alerts to that app and was told that weatherradio sends alerts to Apple Watch. First off, it doesn’t. The watch mirrors notifications from the iPhone; there’s no watch component to the app. Here’s hoping this company can somehow take the success they found in RadarScope and turn it into something useful here.
This was once a terrific app. Now it seems to be left for dead. Sadly deleting it after several years of use. RIP