RoboCat and Taptanium released a brand new weather app today, called Haze.
Unlike your typical weather app, you wont be bombarded with numbers and unnecessary info if you just want to know whether it’s warm, rainy or cold outside. On the contrary, Haze just shows you the current temperature, and has different sections for humidity and hours of sunlight. There’s also a neat little ‘Haze’ (like the name, get it?) to help you instantly know the weather conditions, and you can always just tap to expand the temperature icon and get more details, with a downward swipe showing you a 5-day forecast as well.
[quote_simple]Put some color on your forecast with Haze, an amazing weather app with fluid animations and an audiovisual interface that is both beautifully simple, yet powerfully addictive.
Haze is build around the idea of giving you a radiantly crafted forecast at a glance. Swipe through temperature, sunshine hours and rain chance or dive even deeper and get detailed information about the weather. Swipe down to get a 5 day forecasts and unlock multiple colorful themes to personalize the look.
“A refreshing take: there’s an appeal to exposing only the weather we want to see, and in a colorful way” – Engadget
? Features ?
? A beautifully crafted audiovisual experience.
? Awesome motion tilt & slide navigation. Gyro-driven wind compass.
? 5 day forecast.
? Background animation shows tomorrow’s trend.
? Sunshine hours, UV, cloud coverage, sunrise and sunset times.
? High and low temperatures for the day, windchill, windspeed and wind direction.
? Precipitation chance & amount, humidity levels and atmospheric pressure.
? Exact location based weather data from wt360.[/quote_simple]
Available for $0.99 for the iPhone, with an iPad version coming as well. No word on an Android or Windows Phone version, but that depends on how good of a response the iOS version gets to begin with.
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