Hurricane Track 3.0 for iPhone is a modern and easy to use hurricane tracking and radar application. It gathers its data from 12 radar locations from around the world to provide hurricane forecast in different parts of the globe. You can download Hurricane Track app for free of cost from iTunes App Store.
Hurricane Track iPhone app helps you stay away from the storm’s path. The app provides projected storm path for up to five days so that you’ll know which way the storm is advancing. Forecast and Hazards give you detailed forecasts for different periods of the day, and hazards that you should look out for (Tornado Watch, Flood Warning, High Tide, etc.) Said information is updated hourly for US residents. The innovative lightning intensity radars tells you the lightning patterns around the globe. The app uses 8 World Radars for 12 different Locations (that is, 96 in all) around the Globe to put together the weather information to you.
You’ll be amused to find out that Hurricane Track app for iPhone also provides you sea surface temperature for the past two months. Marine biologists might find this handy in their work. Perhaps, this is the first storm tracking app that provides graphical outlines of cloud formations that can turn into potential Tropical Storms. An interactive 3D Earth with Live Clouds, Tropical Storms, and Earthquakes gives you a fair idea about these natural phenomenon and how it occurs. Last but not the least, the app provides tropical storm and weather Information, summaries, discussions, and outlooks. The discussions by experts could give users a fair picture of how the storm is unravelling. The UI of Hurricane Track app is well designed and easy to use. The storm progress is portrayed in an easy to comprehend format. The 3D earth view is impressive, so is the lightning strike intensity on the map. Performance wise, the app is stable and responsive as well. Hurricane Track requires iOS 8.0+.
Hurricane Track app for iPhone provides accurate storm information and its predicted path to the users. It relies on 8 World Radars for 12 different locations around the globe for its operation. The forecasts and hazards section gives you detailed forecasts as well as hazards for different periods of the day, wherein said info is updated every hour. The interactive 3D earth is a revelation. Summaries and discussions should give your more information about the storm and other weather information. The UI is largely user friendly. We found the app to be slick and responsive as well. Overall, a nice storm and weather forecast app worth checking out, if you happen to live in one of those states.