Another app and widget for Australia weather. 4x1 Widget with 3 day forecast which supports multiple location


Simple, concise, Australian weather app: (ad free version):
* BOM observations and forecasts
* Customisable 2x1 widget
* 4x1 Widget with 3 days' forecast & UV where available
* Multiple location widget support
* Temperature in status bar (black/white/colour/boxed via widget)
* Use nearest weather station or select specific from over 750 BOM weather stations
* UV index & warnings (where available)
* Radar loop: current station or select specific 
* Share weather (email, SMS etc.)
* Temperature/pressure graph for last 24,48,72 hours or 5 days (where available)
* Last 24hr observations (where available)
* Low data use
* Ad free
* Update frequency setting
* Pressure sensor support (device specific)
* High contrast option (white text on main screens)
* BOM State Weather Warnings (from detail menu)
* Widgets JB lock-screen enabled

Please try out Au Weather Free before purchasing to decide if you find the app useful. Note that the functionality of the paid version is essentially the same as the free, ad supported version, except for:
* additional radar ranges
* default radar range
* select any radar location
* more graph period options
* weather warnings (will come to free soon)

* This app uses the mobile network to determine location (not GPS) - if your location does not update see the FAQ to enable mobile network location.
* This app only displays Australian weather from BOM weather stations.
* The app was originally designed for Android phones only, however, it should work on most tablets, however, the layout is not optimized for tablet.

Known Issue
* There is a FC issue with JB tablets with multi-user accounts that is being investigated

Made in Australia
Tomfusion is Australian owned and operated - see Help for more info.

More info at www.tomfusion.com

Please read disclaimer.

Email [email protected] with for support - feedback and suggestions welcome.

If you experience issues with the app:
a) check the FAQs (see Help menu on Favourites screen) or
b) email [email protected]

Side note: I rarely read user comments since it makes me lie awake at night.However, I do read every email sent to the support email address (ok, ok, I just skim over those in Chinese, the ones telling me to reset my banking password and the ones telling me I've won the Euro lotto again).

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