An update to LuckGrib is now available for both iOS and macOS. This is the update which brings the two apps together. The improvements that were initially made to the shared frameworks for iOS are now available on the Mac.
If you are using the Mac application, this is a big update. Among some of the improvements to the Mac application are:
- place names are now supported. These include country names, ocean and sea names, some city names, some lake names, along with others, as you will notice
- pressure value labels are now shown at the H/L symbols along with pressure contours
- meteograms are now available. Meteograms are very useful for watching weather trends, at a point, over time
There are many more improvements to the Mac application, read the release notes to find more details.
If you are using the iOS application there are some improvements made to the shared frameworks beyond what was available when the first iPhone/iPad application was released. These improvements are of course also available on the Mac.
The largest improvement beyond what was available with v1.0 of the iOS app is that the color images are now much higher resolution, making it easier to identify weather features. This improvement is available on both macOS and iOS. In addition to this, there are numerous other small changes
Feedback on these new versions, as always, is welcome. If you could leave a comment on the App store, that would also be appreciated.