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    I did a search and didn't find any post about this. The Weather Channel has some mobile applications for Palm/WM/BB. I am trying the Palm one and i think it is pretty nice. Lots of options and views. It even has streaming video that opens up in Kinoma. Of course, there is a monthly/yearly cost, but it might be worth it to some. Here is the link, but you have to go to it on a computer, not your Treo:

    http://www.weather.com/mobile/pda.html
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    I have the Power Vision Pro plan and it says the weather channel app is included. hmmm.... wonder how I'd download it and all that...
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    Why load/use proprietary, RAM eating application when the Weather Channel has a pretty good mobile website with pretty much the same data/features?
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    I recently rediscovered kMeteo which is a free weather app for all connected Palm OS devices. It has autoupdate and a 10-day and current time screen. Setup multiple cities too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wellsjs View Post
    Why load/use proprietary, RAM eating application when the Weather Channel has a pretty good mobile website with pretty much the same data/features?

    You are right. There are some good mobile weather sites, especially Weather Underground. But since this appears to be new, and well-designed, I just thought some people might like it. I don't know if I will pay for it, but it seems pretty nice. As far as ram, most people with a 700 or 755 should not have much worries about ram, and it isn't really a huge application.

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