When it runs it runs horribly and is very hard to operate. I made the HUGE mistake of signing up for Tier 2 Pro and EVERY time a large weather system moves into our area it SHUTS DOWN MY TIER 1 & 2 options, including limiting me to SIX frames of RDAR observation!!!! I have complained about this 2 times and NOTHING! BUT boy are they here trying to do those auto re-ups! Absolutely TERRIBLE support. You go to their support app and it forwards you to another which tells you it is now non-existant!
I have used this weather app for a very long time. The new Apple TV version is nearly perfect (thank you for offering it), but it needs to retain what tilt you have he radar set at when selecting the source like it's brothers versions, it always defaults to 1, in Tampa Bay we have alot of "fuzz", and normally use tilt 3, please fix this or offfer a option to save it (which I cannot find). On a side note.... I know radar people do not like 'smoothing', but at this point would be a nice option with level 3 radar for general use folks.
I've had multiple issues getting consistnt subscribed service across devices with Pro Tier 2 where I can't restore the $100 subscription service to desktop app. Once you can break through that broken crap, the app is great, but the gaps in reliability in a basic paid service are rather aggrivating at times. Additinally, they play the game of deception when it comes to Tier 1 as it's device specific. Why should I pay even pay the minimum fee per device if the higher teir doesn't even work as excepted? Fix it already. It's been a problem for years and is unacceptabe.
Does not give your current location on Macbook Pro like it does on iPhone and iPad. Disappointing! Way overpriced without this feature. Google Maps will show my current location on Macbook Pro.
I use the iOS app more, but if I'm on my laptop or desktop, I definitely use the Mac OS version. It works very well. This is a great way to access NOAA/NWS radar and - no ads!!
This radar app is far superior than others on the market like MyRadar. This app only allows you to view one radar at a time. This is terrible for anyone living inbetween two major radar stations. Buyer beware. Hopefully there will be a couple iOS radar apps make their way to MacOS soon with the project catalyst from Apple.
I've had this app for several years and it is my goto app for weather/storms/snow/etc. clear and excellent maps with zoom in/out and wide view of U.S. Shows weather flow and direction, good for tracking pop up storms. A bit expensive but it the app wetaher professionals use.
I had a terrible experience with their so-called tech support. So as long as you don't have a problem you should be all set.
PROs: Superb for looking at any one radar site and all the different kinds of data that site outputs in full resolutionl. If you're interest in radar goes no further than one radar site, this is the app for you. CONs: No composite view of all sites. Come on RadarScope, this is entry level stuff that is freely available elsewhere. If you're interested in exploring radar here and there, it will be tiresome. Next, loops are only 5 images, about 5 minutes worth. That's a big limitation for me and for anyone who is interested in the big picture. Finally, the base map is just just county lines. If its not your local area, you may find it hard to tell where things are at. Overall, what you get is done superb. It's what you don't get, that's disappointing for a paid app in this price range. Of course they offer more features, that will fix what they have crippled in this software, for a monthly or yearly fee. For me it feels like I'm being squeezed for more dough a little too much.
Tried this radar app only to discover that it does very liittle, costs too much and Apple won't give me a refund. Developer can't help you either (Apple wants to keep their 30% commission.) All in all a simplistic product that can be easily duplicated with free apps from other developers. Don't waste you money buying this one.