I already wrote last week about the expected release of InstaWeatherPro for Windows Phone and as it turned out now, the app is already available on Microsoft's Windows Phone Marketplace. InstaWeather, which was initially launched for iOS only but which got Android support earlier this year too, is one of these famous and successful photo apps which allows users to overlay photos with current weather information; giving users the possibility to add weather reports and forecasts. Overlaid photos can be then shared through Facebook, E-Mail, WhatApp or whatever allows to share images - pretty popular is sharing through Instagram which is still not available for Windows Phone.
Anyway, while the app is already visible on Microsoft's Marketplace for Windows Phone, it seems to be still in a closed Beta since it needs proper rights to be downloaded and installed. Hopefully it's not taking too long anymore and will be released as long as the summer lasts.
Interesting enough, on the Marketplace only the Pro version is listed which is - at least on Android and iOS - not available free of charge; the free version is InstaWeather. Therefore it can be expected that InstaWeatherPro for Windows Phone, which requires Windows Phone 8, will not be released free of charge; even if it's currently listed as free - which might be a result of the closed Beta anyway.
UPDATE: I was in contact with Byss Mobile and they were so kind to invite me to the Beta. As mentioned above, Byss Mobile confirmed that they will indeed release InstaWeatherPro for Windows Phone, not the free InstaWeather, but will introduce it with a reduced promo price. While no final release date was given, it was confirmed that the final version for public download will soon hit the Marketplace.
Cheers ~ Arne