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Free App: XWeatherPro for BlackBerry


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XWeatherPro is a new app for BlackBerry that tells you the weather, and it’s free.  The coolest feature here is that you can see the weather on your home screen wallpaper, something you really don’t get with free apps.  Here’s a full list of features:

  • Multi-language with simple setting(more language will be available later).
  • Supoorts touch-devices.
  • Supports Metric(Celsius) and English(Fahrenheit).
  • Sup ports most cities in the world.
  • Current conditions including "Feels like" temperature, wind, pressure, humidity.
  • 6-day forecast with high/low temperature Curve charts and weather icons.
  • Current forecast with temperature, precipitation probability, wind and humidity.
  • Track more than 10 cities at the same time.
  • Easily switch between more than 10 different cityies (Current and Daily Forecast).
  • Customizable homescreen icon showing current conditions.
  • See your current weather as a homescreen wallpaper widget with custome setting(OS 4.7 and higher).
  • Supports Status bar weather icon.
  • Change your homescreen wallpaper automatically as soon as weather updated.
  • Customizable schedule update for app.
  • Supports OS 7 series perfectly.
  • More futures will be add in the next release.

Download XWeatherPro >>

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Free App: XWeatherPro for BlackBerry
Kal Chebli
Mon, 12 Sep 2011 16:30:00 GMT


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