SkyMotion's redesigned app gives Windows Phone users accurate weather forecast tool for day-to-day activities and effective time management
MONTREAL, Jan. 15, 2013 /CNW Telbec/ - At the forefront of weather Nowcasting technologies, SkyMotion has launched its weather app for Microsoft's smartphone platform Windows Phone. Redesigned with the new Windows user interface and powered by Sky Motion Research Inc.'s proprietary technology, the app helps users monitor impending bad weather with an accurate minute-by-minute precipitation schedule, for their exact location. SkyMotion is free and predicts rain, snow, hail and freezing rain across North America.
While users can use all of the features available on its Android and iOS counterparts, SkyMotion has been tailored for the modern UI style by Microsoft, offering an enhanced and fluid user experience. The app includes Live Tiles support, which allows users to monitor SkyMotion's precipitation forecasts in real-time for multiple locations simultaneously. Locations can also be browsed through rapidly via the software's trademark panoramic view, which has also integrated into the app's interface.
"It wasn't so long ago, this type of accurate weather forecasting technology wasn't even accessible to the public. It's exciting to be launching SkyMotion on the brand new Windows Phone platform and a whole new audience," said the CEO of Sky Motion Research Inc., Maxime Julien. "Windows Phone users can now rely and trust our weather app. This is the level of accuracy in weather everyone has been clamoring for."
SkyMotion can be downloaded through the Windows Phone Store. Customer care is available at firstname.lastname@example.org, 7 days a week in 4 languages: English, Spanish, French, and Italian. A free online version is equally available at www.skymotion.com
About Sky Motion Research Inc. and SkyMotion
Founded in 2008, Sky Motion Research Inc. is a pioneer in developing highly accurate weather forecasting technologies. SkyMotion, its proprietary technology and mobile apps suite, predicts with high efficiency when precipitation will start, its intensity, and precisely when it will end. Its focus on the user's exact location and up-to-the-minute updates are key to the technology's accuracy.
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