1. csiguy1's Avatar
    I went to weatherbug.com and they want $39.00 for a 1 year subscription. Is thete a good weather program not so expensive?
    07-18-08 10:40 AM
  2. SevereDeceit's Avatar
    Use WeatherEye, it's free and works great. There is also a free WeatherBug app that works great as well...
    07-18-08 10:42 AM
  3. bmcclure937's Avatar
    woah!! wait a minute... do not get that version!!

    There is a free version available... the pay version is seldomly ever used!
    07-18-08 10:42 AM
  4. amazinglygraceless's Avatar
    I think you are clicking the wrong link, I have WeatherBug
    and it is free.

    You can also try WeatherEye
    07-18-08 10:43 AM
  5. asylvia's Avatar
    I got it for free

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    07-18-08 10:48 AM
  6. miss_michelle's Avatar
    Yep - weatherbug is free. But I like WeatherEye better.
    07-18-08 10:50 AM
  7. Evalast AV's Avatar
    Here's the link for the FREE version WeatherBug Direct For Blackberry
    07-18-08 10:50 AM
  8. Blacklatino's Avatar
    WeatherBug Direct is a free application.

    There is a pay application (but it is a different application and not connected with WeatherBug Direct). There is also a 3-day trial you will see that is associated with the pay application and also not with WeatherBug Direct.
    Last edited by Blacklatino; 07-18-08 at 03:17 PM. Reason: It's Miller Time and my eyesite is going to ish:)
    07-18-08 03:16 PM
  9. iamjoel5's Avatar
    Freeeeeeee
    07-18-08 03:56 PM
  10. paulrosenthal's Avatar
    Try the Wunderground.com Mobile website. It's great. Nothing to install. Detailed forcasts, radar, and more. It's free, too.
    07-18-08 04:09 PM
  11. pitcher453's Avatar
    yea get weather eye from the weather network.. free and it works awesome.. u can set custom frequency times for easy to view temp and weather from your homescreen or load the program to view short term or long term forecasts
    07-18-08 04:19 PM
  12. paulrosenthal's Avatar
    yea get weather eye from the weather network.. free and it works awesome.. u can set custom frequency times for easy to view temp and weather from your homescreen or load the program to view short term or long term forecasts
    Weye is nice, but you don't get the full effect for US cities unfortunately. Some aren't even listed. It is a nice program, though.
    07-18-08 04:42 PM
  13. vinmontRD's Avatar
    WeatherBug Direct has some awesome alert features. Pretty amazing list of items for which you can choose no alert, visual alerts, and audible alerts - and then choose which profile to associate them with. The alert list is huge. On you Blackberry, go into Options, scroll to the bottom of the list (or press "w") and click on "WeatherBug Direct Settings". then select "Edit Alert Profile". The list will include such warnings and alerts as:
    - coastal floods
    - flash floods
    - NBC storm center updates
    - NOW forecast
    - tropical rainfall figures
    - tropical cyclones
    - tropical disturbance
    - special marine warning
    - severe thunderstorm
    - Tsunami
    - severe weather
    - severe local storms
    - hazardous weather
    - surf zone forecast
    - fire weather statements
    - wind speed probabilities
    - lakeshore warnings
    - winter storm warning
    - marine advisory
    - extreme wind warning
    - hurricane forecast advisory
    - non-precipitation advisory
    - dust storm warning
    - air quality alert
    - avalance watch
    - child abduction emergency
    - civil danger warning
    - evacuation immediate
    - fire warning
    - hazardous materials warning
    - law enforcement warning
    - local area emergency
    - 911 telephone outage
    - nuclear power plant warning
    - radiological hazard warning
    - shelter in place warning (?)
    - volcano warning (seriously)
    - high surf warning
    - civil emergency warning
    ...and more

    If you turn on visual as well as audio, you'll get various tones when the alerts occur, and your weatherbug direct icon will slowly flash red on your desktop until you click it and read the alert.

    Superb for a free application. I'm in NJ, and have been getting extreme heat warnings (98 degrees and higher here) - and you get a lot of detail after it draws your attention to the alert.

    So far no volcano or tsunami warnings near Princeton...but you never know!

    Appreciating Weatherbug Direct more and more...

    - Jon
    07-18-08 04:59 PM
  14. Nismotic's Avatar
    ill give it to you for 38.00
    07-18-08 05:03 PM
  15. vinmontRD's Avatar
    ill give it to you for 38.00
    I was describing the free version...

    07-18-08 05:13 PM
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