By December 15, 2009

SPB Weather 2.0 blows in for Symbian


SPB Software, a leading maker of mobile applications, announces the release of SPB Weather 2.0 for Symbian, an important addition to its quickly expanding line-up of software for the world’s most popular smartphone platform – Symbian. SPB Weather is the most powerful Symbian weather forecast program. It combines the detailed everyday forecasts for more than 10,000 cities worldwide with the beauty and friendliness of up-to-date satellite images on a 3D Globe. With all these and many other attractive features, the Windows Mobile version of SPB Weather currently holds the status of WM’s best-selling weather app.
SPB Weather 2.0 has been mainly designed with the latest touchscreen-enabled S60 smartphones in mind as those are rapidly gaining customer attention. However, it is compatible with any non-touchscreen Symbian smartphone based on S60 3rd edition FP1 and later. To support the touchscreen trend, SPB Weather for Symbian offers users a striking finger-friendly interface, as well as a home screen widgets for Nokia Symbian-based smartphones.


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*** SPB Weather 2.0 for Symbian Main Features: ***
– 5-day weather forecast
– Detailed morning/day/evening/night forecast
– Pressure, humidity and wind forecast
– Database for 10,000+ cities worldwide
– Up to 10 favorite cities
– Beautiful finger-friendly interface
– Weather forecasts on a 3D globe, with zooming and satellite image of the sky (including clouds)
– Weather animation videos – just like on TV
– Home screen widget
*** Pricing and Availability **
SPB Weather 2.0 for Symbian is compatible with Symbian S60 3rd edition Feature Pack 1 and higher, including S60 5th edition. All modern Symbian-based touchscreen phones are supported. It may be purchased for 14.95 USD, or a 15-day free trial version may be downloaded at

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