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    new weather app....

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    Just saw this on Berry Review and it rocks

    http://weyebb.pelmorex.com/BlackBerry/
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    Good fine, very nice. Works like a champ.

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    I didn't want to download something without further information first. I found some more information for those who are interested.

    http://www.theweathernetwork.com/mobile/weathereye

    I amd downloading now to my 8100c w/ ATT to see how it works out. Thanks "untjoker".

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    I love it, works a lot better than the BB push weather app...
    Yes, I've been diagnosed with Phantom Vibration Disorder.....

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    I like the idea that it has the icon on the home screen with weather info. Interface is also very nice.

    However, from what I experienced, you can have one city and it does not have many of the smaller cities, as well as the ability to do manual refreshes.

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    So far this has been great. Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by akosnitzky View Post
    I like the idea that it has the icon on the home screen with weather info. Interface is also very nice.

    However, from what I experienced, you can have one city and it does not have many of the smaller cities, as well as the ability to do manual refreshes.
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    I like to have numerous cities at my disposal. I work 2 hours from home and the weather is extremely different. Im going to give it a run, but I wont be uninstalling BBWeather yet.
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    Nice looking app. However, for US cities short term view doesn't work. I think I'll stick with my current weather app. I use Viigo and just add a feed for whatever feed. No need to add any extra apps.

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    does this drain battery? it seems that for it to update its icon it would have to be left on in the background. has anyone had a problem with battery life?
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    I like the application, even the icon on the home screen with the current weather..... The only thing that I do not like is the short term weather report doesn't work. I wish it had multiple cities to acccess.... I will not get rid of BBWeather until I really decide if I am keeping this program or not!
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    OH, nice find, I like it

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    i just played with it a little...but i think i'll stick with weatherbug direct for now...good find though

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    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)I agree with not having any smaller cities available.

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    I downloaded it and had to try 4 different surrounding cities before it showed up! No short term forecast kinda stinks. I do however like how the icon changes but that feature is not worth keeping the app though! I'm gonna stick with bb weather! Simple to use and hasn't let me down yet!!! I just wish that when bb weather updates itself it would get severe weather alerts and warnings! It would have been great a couple of weeks ago when the tornados hammered Georgia! No power,tv and radio stations came in pretty bad but my bb kept me up to date and helped me and my family stay aware!~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~

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    I'll give it a go.

    So far the program moves quickly. It found a large city close to me so I can get a pretty good forecast. The short term forecast doesn't work, but the long term only seems to give a weeks worth of info (which what I thought the short time would do).
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