This great Instagram app for iPhone allows you to combine the local weather, city name with that beautiful picture to show off to your friends.
Have you ever taken a picture while at a beautiful beach when it’s nice and sunny out and you wanted to gloat to your friends that live in colder climents just how warm it is? I know, mean huh? What about that great pic you just took of the winter wonderland that you call your back yard and the freezing temps that just stream Chiristmas? Now you can share the current temp or the forecast of the weather as an overlay on your pictures with InstaWeather Pro.
InstaWeather Pro comes with 12 preset layouts that combine the current temps and the name of the city you are in along with barometric pressure, dew, sunrise and sunset times, UV, inches of rain, and windspeed. It also gives you the option to have this data displayed on the top or bottom of the image. Take a great pic and include the local weather report before sending it off to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with just a few clicks and swipes!
Escaping for the weekend and your friends are staying home? Make them suffer with a beach photo and weather conditions from Hawaii or Malibu.
Photo from a morning session of seaside jogging? Make your friends jealous.
Traveling across sunny and colourful Thailand when it’s a cold and dark winter in Minneapolis? Show them who is the real player here!
Snowboarding in Colorado in deep powder and sunny 25F when your mates are closed in an office space with no chances for holidays? YOU RULE
How does it work? – InstaWeather FREE is your weather overlay App for Instagram!
Thanks to InstaWeather Pro you can share on Instagram the weather report and forecast from the place where your are now – on top of your favourite photo that you have just snapped with your iPhone.
Picture shared through Instagram, combined with all the important forecast data and place name, gives full view of actual outside conditions!
I think its an interesting way to combine some weather data with your pictures but I can see this being overused really fast and may annoy friends with less fortunate weather.
Pro Weathershot by Instaweather
by byss mobile
This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
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