Arloy
Arloy
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Arloy free download for Mac

Arloy for Mac1.5.2

04 January 2012

Easily access local weather forecasts.

What is Arloy for Mac

Arloy is a wonderful App that lets you have weather, time and local forecasts at your fingertips. No complicated configurations or never-ending settings: Arloy is simple, fast and fully automagic. Enjoy the awesome graphics and the original animation system that will literally blow you away!

NEW: Sharing Map

Share your weather around the world... literally!

Using Arloy you'll be able to share your local weather info on Facebook and Twitter: update your friends with the ice-age temperatures of your mountain cabin or your hot sunny days by a tropical beach: it's just a tap away!

Look mum: no settings! Using the integrated GPS, Arloy shows you updated weather info in your area in a completely automatic fashion.

WHY YOU'LL LOVE ARLOY:

  • You just open Arloy and enjoy it - no configuration required, it takes care of everything
  • Enjoy exclusive animations with original effects never seen before on your iPhone
  • 4 awesome skins (Black, Led, Nocturnal Led and Balloons, which has seasonal themes)
  • You can share "your weather" on Facebook and Twitter!
  • Sharing Map, take a look around you
  • Dock your iPhone and the display will stay on, turning it into a fantastic bedside or table clock

What's new in Arloy

Version 1.5.2:
  • New: Sharing Map!
  • Bug Fixes

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App requirements: 
  • This app is only available for iOS devices
  • Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 4.3 or later

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