WeatherGraph for iOS and watchOS released

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Independent app development studio Southside Development has released its first iOS and WatchOS application, WeatherGraph 1.1.2. WeatherGraph is a weather forecasting application for the United States which presents forecast data from the National Weather Service in a unique graphical format.

“What sets WeatherGraph apart from other weather apps out there is the way we present the data” says Jackson Myers, CEO of Southside Development. “Traditionally, whether apps use a single image or sentence to describe a day, but we show you a visual representation of several days of weather in a format that’s easy to understand at a glance.”

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In addition to presenting the weather in a unique format, WeatherGraph also uses reliable forecast data from the weather forecasting agency of the United States, and observations are taken only from reliable and trusted weather stations. Furthermore, WeatherGraph has a unique Apple Watch app with complications that displays multiple days of weather forecasts on many different watch faces.

“Our chief design goal in creating WeatherGraph was to present research-grade weather data in an unencumbered and intuitive manner,” added Mark Durante, Southside Development CTO. “The contemporary interface eschews unnecessary frills, conserving battery life and bringing the focus on the data. We also highly value your privacy, and, if so permitted, use your location only to show you your local weather, not to share with third parties.”

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