What is it about?
The New York Times
Weddar has stickers
App Store Description
The New York Times
“The clever interface and remarkably simple user experience provided by Weddar, along with the usefulness of its feature set guarantee we’ll see uptake expand steadily across the world as more people discover this App Store gem”
“Weddar Report: iPhone App Is Twitter for Weather”; “Think of Weddar, which launches today, as something like FourSquare or Instagram, only for weather”; “a simple, easy interface.”
“Weddar’s greatest quality is that it’s hyper-local”; “...the app’s crowdsourced and mobile nature could give it an edge if the idea takes off with enough iPhone users”;
Gizmodo (App of the Day)
“The app's is nicely designed and the UI for reporting the weather is simple and attractive.So that's good!”
C NET Asia
“If you find weather reports with their temperature and humidity readings confusing, you might prefer Weddar.”
“Crowdsourced weather information from a free app—sign me up.”
Weddar is the first weather service powered by people.
In Weddar you have real people reporting on how the weather feels, not machines, bringing a personal touch to weather services.
Instead of the usual and generic “New York, 93º f, 73% humidity, NE light wind.” reports, in Weddar, someone, somewhere in Central Park will tell you that the weather “Feels Perfect”, while another one near the river will tell you that it “Feels Good but windy”, because weather conditions really are different within the same city.
If you have an iPhone, iPod Touch or an iPad, you can now contribute location-based weather reports from where you are.
You can also make “Weddar Requests” for specific places anywhere you’d like to go or when planning your vacations anywhere in the world. A “Weddar Reporter” will answer it.
With almost 1.000.000 Reports in more than 13.500 locations of 147 countries around the world, the Weddar community is growing stronger each day.
With the new update, Weddar is now available in Arabic, Simplified Chinese, Russian, Thai, Malay, English, Portuguese (from Portugal and Brazil), Japanese, French, Spanish, Korean, Italian, German and Hungarian.
So... How does it feel? :)