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Download size4 MB
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- Windows Phone 7
- phone identity
- owner identity
- location services
- photo, music, and video libraries
- data services
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (1)
The official app of WFAA and WFAA.com, the ABC affiliate in Dallas, Texas. Stay on top of all the latest news, weather, sports and traffic with the free WFAA News application. The WFAA News application provides comprehensive, award-winning coverage of local, national and world news. You'll have immediate access to the latest articles and videos from the WFAA Newsroom and enjoy up-to-the-minute coverage -- all in one convenient application. What's more, you can share those stories with family and friends via e-mail, text message, Twitter and Facebook. WFAA News application features: • Latest and Breaking news • North Texas forecast and weather conditions • North Texas radars • Sports news • News video • North Texas traffic conditions • North Texas events • Texas lottery • News photos • Share articles via e-mail, Facebook and Twitter • Submit photos, videos and news tips
9/21/2013Right now, tries to open and closes. Currently, won't load.
7/22/2013Great to keep up with news
5/16/2013App closes immediately after opening. Now looking for a different app that is more stable
5/10/2013Pretty good, however, it always says the weather is 36 and sunny. Even in May.
5/9/2013It's been 39-degrees in Dallas since X-max 2012 according to the app main page...reinstalling doesn't help. Neither does it help with the occasional app crash. Weather function lacking. Bad App Bad Image For WFAA! Shame...
5/8/2013Used to work, won't even open now
5/8/2013Crashes ALL the time. Now won't even open to the home page. Terrible app.
4/17/2013This site is a joke. The video forecast is from December 2012. It would be mice to have a current weather forecast.
2/23/2013Why is the weather in Plano always stuck at 32 ??
1/29/2013At the end if Jan still showing video forecasts from before Christmas. If WFAA is not interested in providing a decent app for Windows phone, they shouldn't do any.