Everyone talks about the weather but nobody does anything about it. Your Mac to the rescue. Finally, there’s a way to make heads and tails of complex weather forecasts. Pictures.
This inexpensive Mac app looks at weather forecasting with a different eye. One look and you’ll know what the forecast will be. Of course, the weather will still change when you least expect it.
Weather Graphics For The Novice
Life in sunny southern California has advantages. The weather here is as predictable as anywhere on the planet. Yet, our local TV meteorologists seem to be as inaccurate as a politician.
Who can understand all those colorfully giddy TV graphics?
What I need is a Mac weather forecasting app that forecasts the weather in a language I understand.
And, coat it all in eye candy. That’s what Swackett does. Weather forecasts made easy. One click, one look, and I can tell the forecast, and rest assured that the actual weather will still be different.
Swackett comes in multiple editions. There’s a Little Peeple edition for families with kids or classrooms. There’s a Standard Edition that’s free. A Modern Edition. A 1950s Edition (maybe it’s for old folks).
Wait. There’s more. There’s a British Invasion Edition, a Latin American Edition, and a Far East Edition. The claim to fame is the cluttered interface with graphics that are supposed to be clearly understood.
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Weather reports are simple enough to understand but don’t really vary much from any other weather forecast app for the Mac, other than Swackett is inexpensive, has plenty of options, many different editions, and the graphics really are more like eye candy.