Plan your next powder day, weekend trip, or destination ski vacation with OpenSnow. Conveniently displayed on your iOS device, OpenSnow gives you access to the best snow forecasts, snow reports, and live cams for over 2,000 mountain locations across the United States, Canada, Japan, and Europe. Access Hourly Forecasts for 3 days across all United States mountains, Daily Forecasts for 10 days, Favorite & Timelapse Cams, Custom Forecast & Report Alerts, and Compare Snowfall across Season Passes & Regions. "If you’re a skier or boarder and don’t use OpenSnow, fix that immediately." -Outside — OpenSnow All-Access, In-App Purchase — Payment for OpenSnow All-Access entitles you to OpenSnow All-Access usage and its features. OpenSnow All-Access is an auto-renewable subscription, which will renew yearly at $19.99. Payment will be charged to the user's iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. The subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. The account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period and identify the cost of the renewal. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. Full terms and conditions can be found here: https://cloudnineweather.com/terms and https://cloudnineweather.com/privacy Sales through Apple iTunes will be governed by Apple’s refund policy. We value all of our customers and encourage you to provide feedback on your experience. Please get in touch with us by sending an email to [email protected]
Open snow used to have an awesome view of all the local mountains and their expected snowfall for the next 5+ days. This latest update adds a ton more information but replaced that simple at a glance view of all the mountains with their forecasts together. You now have to select each mountain specifically to see the forecast per day and then mentally compare them against each other. This is a major downgrade from the simple UX it had before. Maybe that view still exists but I can’t find it anymore.
Got an update now it’s not correct but friends app still is. I live in steamboat and when I opened OpenSnow it said we got 3-4 inches. We got 2 ft. I can’t trust it anymore. As well as I hate the lay out compared to the old one. Really dumb.
New version doesn't have quick look snow totals. How can that be?? The forecast are good but we still need the basic info. Don’t make us click in and scroll down so we gloss over an ad — that’s just user abuse. Going to have to find a new app :( And your feedback button doesn’t work.
Easy solution to get rid of all the hate. Don’t redesign it all because you’re obviously happy with how you butchered the best feature of the old layout Just add that screen back in as a tab. Then we don’t have to revert to the old one. (There is a way) Just give us a tab that shows our old favorites layout and a tab for the current and everything is still clickable to show. It’s a very very simple solution unless your app designer just isn’t any good. Then you’d have a problem with it. Bring us that tab back and I’ll sign back up for the 10 day forecast. I’m sure many others who have canceled like me will also.
Joel your the man!!!
This upgrade is terrible. Open snow was great because of the UX widget still. Now you just made it like a business corporation. Make it more user friendly
I used to love this app and lived by it! But honestly, I hate the new update. The UI is not as intuitive as before and I can no longer find things easily. Looks like I need to find a new snow app, which is so sad!
Awesome app here with detailed forecasts by ski area. Much more accurate with snow totals than any weather app! Easy and intuitive interface, with constant improvements rolled out.
I really like reading your storm reports and forecasts. Keep up with the video forecasts too! They’re a great addition.
New isn't always better. You guys hopefully had good intentions, but the result made the app annoying for me to use - I almost want to call it "The Homer". The only purpose I can see behind the change, was giving your UX team something to do...