The Weather Network shows off its BlackBerry 10 app
posted by Alan F. / Jan 28, 2013, 1:00 PM
The new Weather Network app for BlackBerry 10 will use the phone's GPS to produce a local forecast for your current location within 1 kilometer of where you are standing. A peek feature lets you quickly switch from watching information about a damaging storm to your local forecast with ease. BlackBerry 10 users will be to upload weather related photos directly to The Weather Network. Forecasts include current, short-term, long-term (day and night), 14 day trend (day and night) and hourly forecasts for user’s favorite locations and multiple locations can be tracked. Weather alerts and safety bulletins (think tornado alerts) will be sent straight to BlackBerry 10 handsets and the app can be shared with friends using BBM.
source: TheWeatherNetwork via BerryReview
Posts: 33; Member since: Oct 05, 2011
A step ahead LMFAO....all I see is last years technology. This may be a step ahead of iOS but this couldn't even hold a candle to Android.
posted on Jan 28, 2013, 2:47 PM 3
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I remember reading (awhile back) that BB was teaming with Android on some sorta project. Maybe we'll see a bit of Android in BB10? I'm def diggin the new look, but I'm takin a seat next to the Godfather.
posted on Jan 28, 2013, 3:17 PM 3
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so basically people like you believe android is the end of other os's. you think no os will come and out do android...........see reall tech lovers will be hoping for that day as they want real progress in tech you keep singing the same tune and stick to android. let those who know use other os's and enjoy the advantages each brings
posted on Jan 28, 2013, 8:03 PM 4
Posts: 25; Member since: Dec 09, 2010
Reading a lot of the comments here on Phonearena, I'm reminded of a family gathering during the holidays. The little children get put at their own table away from all the grownups, except in this case, there doesn't seem to be another table, and all the children have been allowed to have "conversations" with the adults and sit at the same table. Anyways, BB10 is very intriguing and I am definitely excited to see what new things RIM brings to the table in a couple of days.
posted on Jan 28, 2013, 3:06 PM 3
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I am genuinely excited to see BB10 in action. Between WP 8, the next Android version (Key Lime Pie??), and BB10, I am very happy to be able to see what come later in 2012 when my contract is up. The next group of Nokia offerings, the GS4, the full line of BlackBerries... Ahh, great to be a consumer....
posted on Jan 28, 2013, 3:22 PM 2
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Simply for corporate users it will be a hit. People who are serious about work get a blackberry.
posted on Jan 28, 2013, 4:39 PM 0
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