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Tuesday
Aug142012

With Latest Update, Dark Sky for iPhone Sends Push Notifications When the Rain is Coming to You

Dark Sky is a great iPhone app that will let you know when is going to rain in the following hour, even 24 hours bfore. The app has been updated to version 2.0 to include push notifications that will alert you when it is about to rain.

Included in the update:

  • Push Notifications. We'll warn you before it rains! (still a bit experimental)
  • National radar view. See all the storms in the country at once (amazing on the iPad)
  • VoiceOver support for improved accessibility
  • Better icon!
  • Added the darksky://your%20location protocol for integration with third-party apps (e.g. Launch Center Pro), and link sharing
  • Touch-and-hold on the map to change your forecast location
  • A whole bucketful of bug fixes and performance improvements
  • Ability to turn off "Clear Skies Are Boring" message
  • Increased app version number by more than 51.5%

Dark Sky for iPhone is available for $3.99 in the App Store [iTunes Link].

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