WeatherBug
WeatherBug
1.0.2

4.4

WeatherBug free download for Mac

WeatherBug1.0.2

21 February 2017

Weather forecasts and alerts (was WeatherBug Lite).

Overview

WeatherBug (was WeatherBug Lite and before that was WeatherBug Local Weather) brings the weather right to your Mac in a simple, uncluttered experience! Get basic weather info quickly with ease -- for even richer weather info, the app links to the WeatherBug website!

Features
  • Pinpoint Forecasts - Accurate, real-time current and hourly forecasts from the world’s largest weather network.
  • Doppler Radar - Monitor rain, ice, and snow without having to open up your web browser or an app.
  • Weather Alerts - Be alerted to all National Weather Service watches and warnings right on your Mac’s menu bar and stay informed of severe weather as it happens!
  • Sleek and Simple Interface - See the current temperature and weather condition directly from your toolbar. No pop-ups. No clutter.
  • Cross Platform Support - Sign-in with your Facebook or WeatherBug account to sync the locations you’ve saved across all WeatherBug platforms, like our website, desktop and mobile apps!

What's new in WeatherBug

Version 1.0.2:
  • If your menu bar is getting to crowed, you can now decide how much weather you want to see. Check out our new settings to see our new menu bar icons.

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How would you rate WeatherBug app?

9 Reviews of WeatherBug

schmelding
10 February 2006
Version: 1.0

Most helpful

There's no way I'm downloading this. WeatherBug installed malware on my PC and I don't trust them.
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5
k. spencer
28 February 2017
Version: 1.0.2
I like this weather app. It just sits in your menu bar and shows you the info you want to see. It is easy to customize and use.
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5
Nukefixer
04 December 2010
Version: 1.1.0.10
Great program
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3.5
Cmuviolin
17 October 2006
Version: 1.1.0.9
Very nice, but will randomly use up a lot of CPU. I have a new Intel Core Duo iMac, and normally everything uses less then 1% of the Processor, untill WeatherBug, every 10 seconds or so will use over a quarter of the entire machine. It is a well made Widget, my only changes would be to make a larger forecast to show more then the next 3 days, and find a way to reduce the size of it. The Widget is the biggest program, over shadowing my main apps.
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anonymous-snipe-166
28 June 2006
Version: 1.1.0.9
All the time I got the message " Unable to connect to Weatherbug servers". Help would be appreciated.
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4.25
StevenJayCohen
15 February 2006
Version: 1.0.1
Well done! But, it has a huge memory leak. It is showing processor usage of 59% to 64%. Let me know when this is fixed because I like it much more than Apple's default accuweather widget.
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Sjj-public
10 February 2006
Version: 1.0
While I like the options that are available, I find it really irritating how it has things that seem to imply that it will result in more detail in the widget, but actually it takes you to a web page in your browser. Particularly annoying is the "Animate" item for the radar. Why doesn't this animate the radar display within the widget? No, it takes you out of dashboard and to their web page. Similarly, when you look at the alerts, the text it shows is ridiculously truncated, such that you have no choice but to click the "details" link, which of course takes you out of dashboard and to their web page in your browser. Why can't it reveal the details within the widget?
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umaromc
10 February 2006
Version: 1.0
This is a really cool widget! I just replaced my accuweather.com-linked Weather widget with this; it offers more information and is linked to locations within a smaller proximity to my location than any other weather widget or app I've come across (free or not). Thanks.
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Yakuzah
10 February 2006
Version: 1.0
Be specific, if this is installing Malware what did it do. I would not use this anyway, it only covers US.
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schmelding
10 February 2006
Version: 1.0
There's no way I'm downloading this. WeatherBug installed malware on my PC and I don't trust them.
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