Watch out, meatbags! The hysterical Carrot Weather has just been updated to version 4.7 with a number of improvements.
The biggest addition is a redesign of the weather map. There are now 14 different map layers available including tropical storms, lightning strikes, wind speed, and many others. Users can view three different layers to view at one time.
And on the less serious side, there are now 10 more secret locations for users to find. A new hint system will also help you solve some of the app’s puzzles.
It’s now also easier to share some of the app’s hysterical forecasts. You can redact your location and then crop the extended forecast from screenshots. There are also other new sharing services, including Instagram.
Carrot Weather is designed for the iPhone and all iPad models. It can be downloaded now on the App Store for $4.99.
The Premium Club membership can be unlocked with a $0.49 per month or $3.99 per year in-app purchase. The Ultrapremium Club in-app purchase is $1.49 per month or $9.99 per year.
Along with the iPhone and iPad, the app is also a great choice for Apple Watch users.
The watch complications can also be customized to show cloud cover, weather alerts and the temperature side by side. Also, watch wearers can read the full text of active weather alerts.
There are also new features for users who are members of the Premium and Ultrapremium Clubs.
Premium Club members can customize the app and pick up to four different data points to display. They can also fine-tune the forecast summary and select how many days to show in the extended forecast.
Only available for Ultrapremium Club members in the United States is an animated radar for the current location.
CARROT Weather is your sarcastic robot friend who will tell you how the weather is like, but you might not like how she tells it. Have thick skin and a good sense of humor before you download this app.
Sometimes, the weather can be less than amusing. CARROT Weather is an app that injects sarcasm, snide comments, and a homicidal attitude into the current conditions and forecast. It's one weather app you don't want to miss.