Tautologies, we have *arguably* the best weather API on the planet. This includes the ability to make onsite reports with the http://weatherflow.com/windmeter, get forecasts across a multitude of models etc. There is a hugely significant design flaw in a particular competitors product, this has already sealed their fate with a handful of large industry players. Inertial mass, and aerodynamic design come into play more than you could ever imagine in a product like this. Our design is accurate to +/- 0.5% of the reading or 0.2 mph at up to 15° off-axis. We also provide access to report data from just about any device.tautologies wrote:I think you are wrong here. Since Vaavud has an API that you can access all you really have to do is make your own app, and access the information from the device to make it far useful beyond any handheld windmeter that I have seen.Laughingman wrote: Neither are usefull beyond your standard hand held meter.
Think outside the box and bring something really unique to the market!
POACHER wrote:So I bought one of these and it doesn't work with 2 of my phones and only on one of my friends 'phone. (Androids)
So not sure if there's a disclaimer anywhere in the Google Play Store about needing Android 4.0 ICS or above for it to work. If there isn't, there should be......
Bummed this thing doesn't work. The Google PlayStore reviews are pretty poor due to compatibility issues.
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