eWeather HD - Weather & Alerts

eWeather HD - Weather & Alerts for PC and Mac

Published by Elecont LLC on 2024-02-23

  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 7 & MacOS 10, 11, 8.0
  • Category: Weather
  • Licence: $3.99
  • Software version: 3.26
  • File size: 171.07 MB

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eWeather HD Overview

What is eWeather HD? eWeather HD is a weather app designed for iPhone, Apple Watch, and iPad that provides accurate and reliable 24-hour and 15-day weather forecasts, severe weather alerts, earthquakes, air quality, storm/typhoon tracks, and much more. The app features high-resolution Doppler and predictive weather radar, global storm and typhoon tracks, lightning tracker, live temperature on home screen badge, four home screen widgets, and animated today extension widgets. It also includes real-time barometer, barometric pressure trends, and PUSH alerts for migraines and actual weather conditions. The app provides near-realtime data from over 700 NOAA buoys, beach and global sea surface temperatures, and 365-day long-range weather forecast and climate data. The app also includes beautiful Apple Watch weather app with complications.


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eWeather HD - Weather & Alerts Features and Description

1. The World's only iPhone, Microsoft Watch and iPad weather app specifically designed to provide all the info you need in one place.

2. √ Uses two weather providers (located in the US and EU) to bring you precise weather forecasts.

3. √ Alerts about the weather that triggers Migraine Headaches (PUSH).

4. eWeather HD provides a lot of features, but not at the loss of elegant display simplicity.

5. √ Helps you to plan your outdoor activities with the amazing accuracy.


  • - Gives more useful information than any other weather app
  • - Serious developers are paid for their efforts
  • - Radar follows thunderstorms and hurricanes almost in real time
  • - Provides information on the amount of precipitation expected
  • - Real time temperature in the app’s icon
  • - Customization possible in the radar/map display
  • - Provides all the information needed for the area
  • - Incredible graphics
  • - Rich and accurate data
  • - Weather warnings, recent earthquakes, tides, and Amber alerts are also available

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Installation Requirements

PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

Compactible OS list:
  1. Windows 11
  2. Windows 10
  3. Windows 8.1
  4. Windows 7
  5. Windows Vista

Requirements for MacOS Installation

Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

Compactible OS list:
  1. macOS Ventura: 13.3
  2. macOS Monterey: 12.6.4
  3. macOS Big Sur: 11.7.5
  4. macOS Catalina: 10.15
  5. macOS Mojave: 10.14
  6. macOS High Sierra: 10.13


eWeather HD - Weather & Alerts - Is it safe to download?

Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

Software Reviews and Criticism

  • By ABinNYC

    My fave weather app

    When I show it to others, they want it. Got it for the progressed barometer readings for the day - useful to figure out if yr migraines are triggered by pressure changes. Pretty accurate on when precip is expected. And can check weather in surrounding areas. Lovely graphics organized on the screen. International earthquake alerts for those interested in, like, the world. Keep track of weather in foreign countries I'd like to visit. Loads pretty quick too. U probly need this. HOWEVER-- update: I recently find that the report of the actual current weather is not at all accurate. It can be pouring outside and this app says it's cloudy. In other words, it's not up to the minute. So looking out the window will have to do for that, but it means I may not be able to trust the current temp reading. My other apps, AccuWeather and The Weather Channel provide good real time reports. A year later I find the reports are still not quite current in my area. But the general forecast seems close enough. Love the layout tho. Nice graphics. Very quick to navigate thru features. Doesn’t have videos like Accuweather and Weather Channel tho - but those are often slow to load anyway and guzzle battery.

  • By MusicLoverPeriod

    Best Weather App on iOS

    I have been using this weather app for years & it’s always been great & after the update, it’s tops! The only reason I gave a 4 star rating & not a 5 is because in my area most of the time when the pollution gets up to moderate or severe, the section on the app that shows which type of pollution is high & how high it is says pollution data not available when I click it on the radar map. I’ve also noticed that in bigger cities & other areas it has more informative info on most of the other types of pollution & my area only has the PM 2.5 & O3 . This just might be the type of monitoring equipment there is in my area, but it doesn’t explain why it seems it’s always unavailable when it gets bad here. Just strange. I have asthma & I have come to rely on this info to tell me what types of pollution trigger my attacks, as well as the health alerts, & I can’t thank the developers enough for supplying this info in an easy to use weather app. So, thanks again, & if you could figure out why it seems to cut out when the pollution gets bad, & maybe add the other types of pollutants, (if possible), you will get your 5 star review. Thanks again & keep up the good work.

  • By ^^WeWatch^^

    My Favorite Weather app

    Updated January 2021 iPhone 12 Pro. Not long after the last update the App had some sort of break with reality. No temp icon badge, constantly giving notifications that the temperature had changed when it hadn’t. No weather info. After re-selecting notifications, settings, and restarting the phone the app seemed to reset itself and began to behave normally. Not sure what that’s about - most likely Microsoft or T-Mobile - app seems fine now. Updated 31 October 2020 This is my favorite weather app. It has a temperature icon badge which updates as it should and is accurate. The app is very customizable to your personal needs and preferences. Great graphics, smooth animations, standard radar colors (so you know what you are looking at without having to decipher some designer’s pathetic attempt to be unique). Intuitive interface, you don’t have to sit through a 15 minute tutorial to figure out how to use this app! Impressive. I still would like the ability for a bit more customization.... For me there was a lot of unnecessary visual clutter caused by the state’s names and over abundance of cities. I would love to be able to turn off the state names. Also it would be helpful to be able to select the number of cities shown in the same manner that we can select how many (or how few) temperature icons we see displayed for the water or land. Overall, very happy. Highly recommended!

  • By soazsun

    Superb weather app!

    Great app offering more info than any others I have seen. Gorgeous graphics that are very logically laid out. The only feature I have yet to test out is the animated radar, a must-have feature for me. If that works as described this is by far an app worth every cent of it's purchase price. Well done! 4/6/12 update--with the latest update this app just gets better and remains the best I've seen. If you enjoy or need great detail about weather in multiple locales this app is simply outstanding. This app also makes exquisite use of the iPhone's Retina display with truly gorgeous display screens. A+ effort!! 9/4/12 update: Everything above from previous app updates still applies in spades. Radar display even better now and the whole app makes superb use of Retina displays. One of my must-have apps I use many times every day for either home weather, or for friends & family across the U.S. or around the world.

  • By Anonymous DC metro rider

    Updated rating and review

    I’ve come back to this app after living with some others for quite awhile. I had faulted a previous version for not providing (or so I thought) information on the amount of precipitation expected. But one of the two selectable weather providers does (at least now) provide that information, which is very helpful, especially in an hourly forecast. This app has some great features that most other apps don’t, like the real time temperature in the app’s icon. And the customization possible in the radar/map display goes beyond Weather Underground’s Storm in many ways. I wish it could display weather fronts, and I wish the app gave access to the National Weather Service’s forecaster discussion, but even without those this app is probably the best there is for weather nerds. New users should seek out the online manual on the designer’s website here. There’s a lot of power here that is easy once you find it, but not immediately apparent.

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