Snow-Forecast.com

Snow-Forecast.com

By Snow-Forecast.com Ltd.

  • Category: Weather
  • Release Date: 2011-02-08
  • Current Version: 5.0.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 62.08 MB
  • Developer: Snow-Forecast.com Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3
3
From 43 Ratings

Description

What's new in Version 5.0? =================== Based on your feedback we've improved the design experience and made the app easier to navigate. Feature highlights of this major release include: - Brand new look to My Resorts screen with quick links to the piste map, terrain mapping and weather maps. - Improved integration with OpenStreetMap Snow Maps - New red button on My Resorts to take you to your nearest terrain topographic map and weather map making the app instantly useful on the slopes - Check the forecast for any resort (not just your favourites) via the new Search Resorts button - Hugely improved Resort Picks showing nearby resorts to your location ranked according to a combination of actual snow conditions and the next 3-days weather forecast. Find the snow first! - Additional filters on Resort Picks based on "Next 9 days snow", "Powder reported" and "Recent Dumps" - New in-app purchase pricing removes auto-renew function of one and six-month packages (on new subscriptions only) - Updated terms to meet GDPR compliance The official Snow-Forecast.com app enables you to find the best snow conditions on the mountain and monitor your top ski resorts. Features: – Our full database of over 3,100 ski resorts around the world – Easily find the closest resort to you, or explore on a world map – Quick list of your favourite ski resorts with info panels (synced with your snowmails if you have them) - Beautiful topographic maps with piste/trail map overlays (courtesy of Opensnowmap/Opentopomap) - Interactive weather maps - Snowfinder picks suggesting the nearest best conditions to you – Snow alerts delivered via email or push notifications – Snow Forecasts, updated every 4 hours – 3 forecasts per resort for the top, middle and bottom lifts – Latest detailed snow reports live weather and up to the minute eyeball observation – Resort webcam image (where available) - Links to ski & snowboard hire shops in the resort You can purchase an auto-renewing membership subscription through an In-App Purchase. If you maintain a subscription, the following features become available: – Topographic Maps caching for offline use – 3-hourly detailed forecasts – 9-day long range forecasts - Snow, Wind, Temperature & cloud maps out to 9 days - Alerts with sound notification Subscriptions can be purchased in these variants: 1 Month, 6 Months and 12 Months durations (annual is renewable). Your subscription will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase and will automatically renew (at the duration selected) unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Current subscription may not be cancelled during the active subscription period; however, you can manage your subscription and/or turn off auto-renewal by visiting your iTunes Account Settings after purchase. Privacy policy: http://www.snow-forecast.com/pages/privacy Terms of use: http://www.snow-forecast.com/pages/terms

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Reviews

  • Crashes

    1
    By unhappy drivewise
    Crashes on app startup
  • Latest update renders it unusable

    3
    By Deemzee
    Ever since the app was updated on 2/4/18, it no longer works on my iPhone 6s, Version 10.3.3. I tap the icon, it starts to load but then crashes back to my main screen when it finishes booting. I like the app (though I liked the older layout more). Can you please fix it?
  • Best app for snow forecast

    5
    By A fan but...
    I have been using this app for several years now. Had few glitches with the previous version but this shouldn’t change the fact that it is still the most reliable source for snow forecast. Keep it up!
  • Absolute junk

    1
    By duh...
    The latest update completely trashed what was otherwise a decent app. It now requires email registration, includes ads, deletes any resorts you previously had "favorited", added completely useless features like the ability to take pictures within the app, has a extremely confusing UI, and most importantly, the forecasts themselves often fail to load! The best "update" they could make would be to revert to the prior version.
  • Disappointed

    1
    By Wbskier
    This is only marginally better than the website on mobile, and full of advertising even though I am a paying member :(. The forecasts also are unreliable, at least for Europe. I will be looking elsewhere.
  • Redone app is no good

    2
    By Chief Snow
    I used to use snow-forecast to check mountain stats for Oregon/Washington ski resorts with relative reliability. It was a disappointment when I switched to their previous version of the app as it was outdated and eventually wouldn’t work with IOS. Well, they just released the new version and here’s what I think: BOOOOO! The bad: -The app will only use metric in certain areas -current ski conditions are not accurate -the eyeball report does not work -requires notifications for the app to work -requires registration for it to work -unable to sort “My Resorts” - it only sorts alphabetically The good: -the table format for the resort weather is good
  • crushes

    4
    By Marina Rubtsova
    crushed 3 times when i was trying to log in
  • Easy to use app with elevation forecast

    5
    By dromond
    If you want to quickly see weather for the different elevations of ski areas this is the fastest and easiest app I have found.
  • Most accurate

    5
    By Tbrysonparkcity
    I have tried 8 different apps and this is the most accurate app for Utah.
  • Terrible forecast

    2
    By zrichter02
    First, let me start by saying I love the layout, ease of use and format of this app. For those reasons I may actually keep using it. So instead of giving it the worst rating I will bump it up to two stars for those reasons. But... The snow forecast is actually terrible. So far this year (and last) it has been so far off that it isn't even marginally reliable. Now, I could forgive this app if it was forecasting the same thing as NOAA and other apps, but they have gone rogue. They typically forecast days where we will receive 6-12 inches of snow. NOAA and others will say 1-2 inches. The others are always right and this has yet to be accurate. Please get the forecast in line with others because what you are using clearly isn't even close. FWIW, I live on the Wasatch back.

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