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Old 01-20-2009, 02:17 PM   #81 (permalink)
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Just tried Weathereye on my Bold. Seems ok except that it does not have anywhere near me. Closest place is over 120 miles away from me.
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Old 01-20-2009, 03:20 PM   #82 (permalink)
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That's the only downfall to WeatherEye, I would try WeatherBug Direct.
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Old 06-01-2009, 06:23 AM   #83 (permalink)
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For the last several days, WeatherEye has told me Sorry, Data Unavailable when I try to get the long term forecast. Current works. Short term works. Anyone else encountering this?
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Old 06-01-2009, 06:39 AM   #84 (permalink)
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For the last several days, WeatherEye has told me Sorry, Data Unavailable when I try to get the long term forecast. Current works. Short term works. Anyone else encountering this?
Not now. But I have. Sometimes for several days at a time. Doesn't happen often.
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Correct you are. Seems to be back again. Gracias.
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What's the d/l size on this app? Running out of memory(as always)...Running bbweather currently.
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Yea, its like BBWeather or WeatherBug Direct.

Weather Push would not find any city close enough to me, I never tried BBWeather, so I've been using Weather Bug Direct. I installed WeatherEye earlier and the application is very nicely done, it looks a lot nicer then weather bug, but the one thing I like about weather bug is the weather alerts I get pushed, WeatherEye can only get updates every half hour (min).

I'm am gonna keep WeatherEye for a few days to compare. Even though WeatherEye looks really nice it doesn't have all the functions of Weatherbug (weather alerts, 2 home screen icons for temp and outside weather, etc). Just my opinion.
what do you mean by this; Weatherbug (weather alerts, 2 home screen icons for temp and outside weather, etc).

I only have 1 icon on home screen
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Go into the Options -> Weatherbug and go into the weatherbug extensions in their you will have an option to install a second home screen icon for the forecast.
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Go into the Options -> Weatherbug and go into the weatherbug extensions in their you will have an option to install a second home screen icon for the forecast.
I don't see this at all - sorry!

Where in options>?

All I see under weather bug is preferences and there isn't any second icon setting.

I am on weather bug free 1.0325
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You may want to update your version of WeatherBug.

The free version that I know of, is Weather Bug Direct and it is at version 0.9.6.6
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