Rain Alarm

Rain Alarm
Free
52 reviews
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Publisher

Carlos Aviles Romero

Download size

1 MB

Last updated

12/4/2013

Version

1.2.13.0

Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone 8
  • Windows Phone 7.5

App requires

  • phone identity
  • location services
  • maps
  • music library
  • media playback
  • data services
  • push notification service
  • movement and directional sensor
  • web browser component
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
  • owner identity
  • phone dialer
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Supported languages (13)

Català Deutsch English (United States) español français 日本語 한국어 Nederlands русский 中文 中文(简体) 中文(繁體) norsk (bokmål)
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* Version 1.2.13 *
- Minor fixes.

This weather App warns you about rain or snow approaching your location using push notifications. It also displays and animates on a world map the latest radar images from many weather services around the world. 

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Reviews

  • by Ronnie 7/14/2014
    I love simple apps (relatively speaking) and this one is great!
  • by Gavin 7/9/2014
    Good warnings, but radar seldom loads without a refresh.
  • by Chris 7/3/2014
    Just seen this mention on @BBCWebscape twitter. Nice one! Great app too 😁
  • by Gregory 5/28/2014
    Very good
  • by Kullanıcı 4/11/2014
    Not working...
  • by Alicia 12/29/2013
    I love how it let's me know when I am in the path of a storm. It's great with the random Florida weather!
  • by P 11/20/2013
    Looks promising. In settings there is an option to choose when you're ok to receive push alerts. Start time, end time. Will use this app to help me plan daily activities for farming.
  • by User 11/17/2013
    Sitting here in the rain. . . Guess what alarm isn't going off. That's right, this one! Waste of space.
  • by stacey 11/7/2013
    This is fabulous. A must-have!
  • by David 11/4/2013
    Very clean, useful app. Excellent radar and a great way to keep ahead of the weather, especially if you live in an area where severe weather can develop quickly.