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New icons for easier navigation

We’ve just introduced some symbols for easier navigation through the Metars, Tafs and flight condition statistics pages.

Let me explain:

Reload Metar icon Clicking on this icon, we will (re)load the metar for the current field.
Last four metars symbol icon With this one, we will get the last four metars for the station.
Tafor symbol icon This icon will take us to the Tafor for the current airport.
Metar and Taf icon Clicking on this icon you’ll get both Metars and Tafs.
Metar decoded symbol icon Let’s get the decoded metar for the station.
Metar alert icon Want to set up a new metar alert for this aiport? Click this one!
Flight condition statistics icon This icon will show the flight condition statistics for the field.
help icon This one will take you here.
Airport information icon Click on the little airplane icon to see the airport’s information.
Weather Charts icon Click on the satellite disch icon to see the airport’s weather charts.
Social Comments icon Click on the comments icon to see the airport’s social comments.

Enjoy the new navigation experience!

New Home Page Layout

Following suggestions from lots of you, we’ve changed the favourites display a little bit:

The previous display was really functional (you had links to lots of different weather reports), but it was a bit messy.
Now, in line with last month’s post, we’ve taken the redesign a step further, showing even more information at a glance.

For each of your favourite airports you’ll see:

  • Airport’s flight conditions color code
  • Wind direction and intensity (in knots, so far)
  • Cloud ceiling (in feet)
  • Visibility (in meters)
  • Temperature (in Celsius)
  • Relative humidity (%)
  • Sea Level Pressure (QNH)

This is how it looks:

new layout for mobile smartphones

By clicking on any of your favourite airports, you’ll access the Metar for that station. From there, you will have access to that station’s Tafor report, the Airport’s information and many other useful information for us pilots.

Feel free to comment. You can do so in this post or on our new Meteo·Mobile Facebook Page.