Swackett apps for iOS support up to 10 custom locations. We’ve recently upgraded Custom Locations to make configuring them a simple, 3-step process. 🙂
Swackett comes preloaded with 10 locations from around the world. You can replace any of these by typing in a new city name and tapping the Done button. This will save your new location.
To activate the new location, simply open the Locations Shortcut panel (Step 01 above) and tap the city name.
Want More Control? You’ve Got It!
Tap the Validate GSP Coordinates button to view and refine your custom location to within 365 feet of where you are standing.
Got Questions? Having trouble with Custom Locations?
We can set your custom locations for you remotely. Create a Tech Support ticket on this site if you have any issues with Custom Locations.
Swackett for iOS now features special weather updates sent to your phone in the morning and evening (via push notification). At a glance you can now be made aware of important weather details — without unlocking your phone — or opening the Swackett app.
Up-to-date weather details for your current location are crafted into a brief update message — with full details available with a single tap via the Swackett app.
To activate these push notifications go to Settings, scroll down to the Push Notification section, and enable your desired time of delivery. Morning updates can be received during the 5:00 AM, 6:00 AM, 7:00 AM and 8:00AM hours (usually delivered at the top of the hour. Similarly, Evening updates can be received during the 5:00 PM, 6:00 PM, 7:00 PM and 8:00PM hours
Morning and Evening Weather Updates require Swackett for iOS version 5.2.4 or greater.
Swackett for macOS supports Dark Mode for use in dark environments — and for people whom appreciate the cool dark look. 🙂
Swackett will honor Dark Mode as set by the operating system (requires macOS 10.14 Mohave). You can override the operating system below — forcing Swackett’s user interface to appear in light or dark mode (requires PRO version of Swackett).
Full Dark Mode support requires Swackett for macOS version 5.2.0 or greater.