Bangalore: Yahoo! has announced two new mobile experiences – Yahoo! Weather for iPhone (also iPod, and iPod Touch) and Yahoo! Mail for iPad and Android tablets! The new Yahoo! Weather app allows all users to SEE and not just READ weather, while the Yahoo! Mail for tablet brings a delightful and inspiring experience of using email while we lean-back with our tablet and flip through the pages.
The Yahoo! Weather App for iPhone, iPod and iPod Touch is a window into the places everyone cares about. Yahoo! has brought together beautiful images from their Flickr community to show all users current local conditions, with all the details one want to know about the forecast. Instead of reading the weather, users can SEE the weather. Inside users’ find stunning snapshots of weather around the world. With a tilt of the phone, one can get lost scrolling through photos reflecting the current weather in places that matter to you.
Tap the temperature for a quick view of the forecast or scroll down for precipitation, wind and pressure, a radar map, and more. Yahoo!’s goal is to have amazing photos for every weather condition that cover the globe – morning, afternoon, and night – across every city in the world, and they want help of all users.
Yahoo! Weather for iPhone, iPod, and iPod Touch is available for free on the App Store.
The Yahoo! Mail Apps for iPad and Android tablets is a full-screen experience that gets rid of the noise. There are no folders, no buttons, no tabs – just users and their mail – and one can easily flip through it like a magazine. Yahoo! has designed Yahoo! Mail to take full advantage of the tablet making reading for its users email faster, easier and just a little bit more fun.
Yahoo! is excited to build products for its users that make their lives just a bit more exceptional every day. As Yahoo! set out to develop these apps, they wanted to take full advantage of the unique aspects of tablet devices, like the beautiful screens and intuitive gestures, while also making it easier and more fun for users to read and manage their email.
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