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Hurricane Pro™


Hurricane Pro™
  • Publisher: Kitty Code
  • Genre: Weather
  • Released: 24 Sep, 2008
  • Size: 6.0 MB
  • Price: $2.99
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Description

Hurricane Pro™, The ULTIMATE Hurricane tracking application for the iPhone and iPod Touch!
For over 5 years, no other hurricane tracker has come close to Hurricane Pro™!
• Featured by: CNN Tech • TUAW • MacWorld • The Huffington Post • ZDNet • The New York Times
• TWC's Stephanie Abrams: "The only app I use for 'canes...y'all have a great one...so user friendly and lots of great satellites/discussions/history/etc!!! Thanks for making it!:) -SA"
• Chief Meteorologist Brad Panovich from WCNC: "I don't always recommend apps, but when I do, I recommend @HurricaneHD and @HurricaneTrack for tropical tracking..."
• Depended on and recommended by emergency managers and first responders
• Featured in iTunes Rewind two years running
• Best App Ever Awards - Honorable Mention 2009, 2011-2013

• Video Updates • Extremely detailed video updates provided by an exclusive partnership with the experts at HurricaneTrack.com. HurricaneTrack.com gets in front of the storm and broadcasts back video and information from the front lines. They also provide a weekly video outlook.

• Twitter Feed • All the latest news and updates through Twitter integration.

Full detail tracking map, not just a web page like other apps. Includes forecast
cone, wind radius and extremely FAST PUSH notifications to keep you informed.

Hurricane has all the detailed information you need. The clear leader in Hurricane Tracking on iOS devices and the one and only app you need to stay up to date.

• Over 50 animated satellite images and radar
• Bulletins constantly updated from the National Hurricane Center
• Detailed interactive tracking map
• Push Notifications
• Video updates both before, during and after the storm
• Historic storm data - Atlantic back to 1851 » East & Central Pacific back to 1949
• Model runs including:
• Wind Shear
• Vorticity - 4 models
• Environmental Steering - 6 models
• Convergence
• Divergence
• Link to the FSU model runs.

Informacion en Español para el Atlantico Norte, el Mar Caribe y el Golfo de Mexico...
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• La perspectiva de actividad ciclonica, advertencias, y una explicacion del pronostico praparada para usted, cortesia de la oficina meteorologica de San Juan Puerto Rico.

This application is great for:
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• anyone interested in severe weather or meteorology and studying tropical system history
• learning more about historical hurricanes like Camille, Hugo, Andrew and Katrina, just to name a few.

Love Hurricane Pro™? Get Hurricane HD™ for your iPad today!

IMPORTANT:
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ⓘ All official hurricane data originates from the NHC. Hurricane reports the data as it becomes available, however is not guaranteed. ALWAYS execute personal responsibility - watch local media outlets when threatened by a storm!

ⓘ Internet Connection required to receive new plots and view new satellite pages and text bulletins.

ⓘ We cannot guarantee that our product is the right one for you, as no single application is perfect for everyone. Our goal however, is to create the best, most informative hurricane tracking application possible.

What's New in Version 4.3

Updated to move 2013 storms into the Past Storms list in preparation for the Northern Hemisphere's 2014 Hurricane Season.

Screenshots

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