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.
I love this app on my iPhone and iPad. But I am disappointed to find out that I have to purchase another pro subscription if I want to use it on the Mac version. I am regretting spending the $29.99. I would give this a 5 Star rating but can't.
Have the same app on my Windows desktop, iPhone, and now MacOs. Although I do wish that RadarScope will have options to pick different color -tables.
I LOVE Radarscope and have used it for years. I’ve purchased this Mac desktop app (as well as the iOS iphone and iPad apps) and now I went to open it and it had reverted to the old free version with limited frames and other features I’d already paid for. So I go to the App Store to try updating it and I see they want me to pay another $30?? I thought the first “one-time fee” was the last? I’ve tried to figure this out on my own to no avail. But I’m not spending $30 on something I’ve already paid for.
As a student pilot and waether junkie who loves tracking weather, this app makes it easy to do just that straight from my Mac ( yes, with full screen!) however i wish you can add a couple of features like; stichiting togethrt radars to create one radar, and some sort of wind forecast map. (How about an Apple Tv App?) thanks for your service
Subscribed to this app some time ago. Very valuable. Use the app sometimes to show Digital Vertical Integrated Liquid layer. The interpretation of the colors reveal hail and intensity. The Super Res radar layer as a general purpose view is great for watching and anticipating when you need shelter. Great app. Well worth the cost. Get the Lightning data, its good.
I have been a user of the iOS app for about a year now and love it. The desktop version for the Mac is just as good, although there is no way to see your current location on the desktop version. The addition of this feature would be excellent! Otherwise it offers the same great features that the mobile app does. Another thing that would make both better woild be the addition of a more detailed map.