CARROT Weather adds new look and features for maps and radar in Version 5.5

Last year, CARROT Weather updated its app with Version 5.0 that gave the app a brand new, redesigned look from the ground up.

CARROT Weather did make headlines with its new Apple Watch app redesign last year that went on to win the 2021 Apple Watch App of the Year by Apple.

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Fast-forwarding to this time in 2022, the app has received another major update in Version 5.5 with most of the changes and improvements dealing with its radar and maps, and includes the following new updates:

New Map Styles

Choose from 6 gorgeous new map styles that strip away distractions so you can focus on what really matters: the data layers on top. Includes support for both Round and Flat Earthers.

Individual Radar Stations

View individual U.S. radar stations, just like a real meteorologist! Individual stations update more frequently and show significantly more detail than the stitched-together mosaic that covers the entire country. Professional meteorologists use this high-quality data for everything from telling rain apart from snow to deciding when to issue tornado warnings, but the good news is you don’t need a meteorology degree to take advantage of everything these stations have to offer. (Premium Ultra required.)

Forecast Map Layers

See up to 48 hours into the future with map layers like precipitation, temperature, wind, and more. (Premium required.)

Inspector Tool

You won’t need to scrutinize a map legend to guess how strong a storm is anymore – now you can use the all-new Inspector tool to display the exact values of the data that appears on the map! (Premium Ultra required.)

CARROT Weather starts at just $4.99 a month for its first Premium tier. The app is available on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV and Mac.

David Becker
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