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UTILITY: Spb Software House released Spb Weather for Pocket PC
Posted by Arne Hess - on Tuesday, 15.02.05 - 17:59:04 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 7531x
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Yesterday, Spb Software House released its latest utility: Spb Weather.

Spb Weather is the most powerful weather forecast Today plug-in. You can customize weather views, skins and even the weather forecast data source. Spb Pocket Plus users can save space on their Today screen running Spb Weather as a tab of Pocket Plus 2.5.

Features:

  • Integration with Spb Pocket Plus
  • Four different view modes
  • 10 professional skins
  • Several weather sources
  • Easy configuration from context menu
  • Optimized traffic (400 bytes for 5 days forecast)
  • Custom weather sources support
  • Custom city support
  • VGA resolution (480x640) display support

Within the Today screen, you can select one of four available modes to represent weather information in Spb Weather. These modes are:

  • 7 days view
  • 5 days view
  • 4 days view
  • Multiline view

These modes are quite self-explanatory. When you select, let's say, a 4 days mode, then you can see four weather information entries for a selected city in a row. The multiline mode allows you to view five day forecasts for several cities simultaneously. City entries are represented with lines in this mode, rather than with tabs as in all other modes.

Detailed forecast for one day. One day weather forecast can contain information on temperature, humidity, pressure and winds allocated by four periods of the day.

Spb Weather is available for US$ 14,95 from PocketGear.com (affiliate) and as with all Spb products, a trial version is available as well.

Cheers ~ Arne

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