Wezzoo, the weather app that relies on its users to post updates about current weather conditions for all to see, is now available on Android devices.
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Announced today, the new app pretty much mirrors the functionality of the iOS counterpart and includes things such as allowing users to post a photo of current weather conditions, set the temperature and select a general weather indicator to give other users at a glance information about the real conditions on the ground. Think of it as doing for weather what Waze does for traffic info.
Once you’ve selected the general weather conditions, added a snap of the sky and indicated the temperature, your update can then easily be shared across social networks and becomes a part of the overall weather picture that you see in map view. Naturally, this isn’t the only crowd sourced weather app out there – Weddar, for example, is another – but we do rather like Wezzoo’s UI, so if weather is your thing, then this could be worth a look.
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