Atmospheric™ by Swackett® is an elegant weather observation instrument with a retro, 1950’s-era feel. Replicating the look and feel of a mechanical device in every detail, Atmospheric’s vintage gauges and dials are faithfully reproduced in stunning high resolution. Special attention is paid to mechanical functionality — with the gauge needles even responding to subtle bumps and inertia..
Atmospheric will transport you back to time when meteorologists, the aviation industry, and weather enthusiasts around the world used mechanical gauges and dials to observe weather conditions. This app is a must-have for any iPad or weather enthusiast.
Download Atmospheric™ by Swackett® from the App Store
“Swackett understands that weather is more than a temperature, forecast and radar; it has a big influence on what we do, what we wear and where we go every day. 5 out of 5 Stars.”
Jasmine Maki – Grand Forks Herald
Swackett peeps traveled to New York City recently to appear on NBC’s TODAY Show (July 17th) in a special Summer Tech segment by Digitwirl guru Carley Knobloch and TODAY Show hosts Kathy Lee Gifford and Hoda Ktob.
Rain coming? Sunny? This iOS and Android app visually suggests the right apparel for the day, showing a display of a stick person, or “peeps” wearing clothing appropriate for the current weather, such as rain jackets and an umbrella or shorts and sunglasses. Along with a Sun/UV index, the app also adds a “Dog Walking Index” to tell you whether it’s actually a nice time to go and walk Fido.
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Fast-forward 20 years and everyone has the AccuWeather app on his or her phone, or even more sophisticated ones like Swackett that skip the weather step and just tell you what to wear. As for traffic, just open Google Maps on your iPhone and not only will it give you directions, but it will also point out stretches of highway that are overly congested…
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Swackett, free for iOS and Android, contains detailed weather predictions in graphics and text. But its main feature is a cute infographic display of a stick person wearing clothing appropriate for the current weather. It also contains amusing weather trivia (as in, one inch of rain is equivalent to 15 inches of powdery snow).
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Peepometer by Swackett: The app’s star is its retro-inspired layout that arranges weather information around porthole-inspired windows with graphical, weather-related information. Like its iPhone cousin Swackett, Peepometer illustrates the weather via outfits on stick figure-like “Peeps” and includes various easter eggs throughout the app that can be found by touching and moving various elements.
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Swackett is delighted to announce that CNN has named Swackett as one of “50 new tech tools you should know about”.
Sweater, jacket or coat? (Get it?) This neat little weather app for iOS gives you simplified outerwear recommendations so you can hurry up and be on the go. For those interested in more than wardrobe advice, it also provides detailed weather updates via AccuWeather service.
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Most weather apps stop at giving a forecast. This one visually suggests the right apparel for the day. Rain coming? It’ll show an avatar with rain jackets and an umbrella. Sunny? He’ll be wearing sunglasses. It’s an at-a-glance application that gives you just a little bit of your time back — and was named by Apple as one of the best apps of 2011.