Pascal Dreer has released an update to AeroWeather Pro, an aviation weather application for the iPhone and iPod touch. This latest update adds native iPad support and the ability to print aviation forecast data in raw METAR and TAF form from individual or multiple stations using AirPrint on iOS 4.2. Users can also now send out METAR/TAF data from an individual station via e-mail or SMS and data is now copy-enabled for pasting into other applications via the iOS clipboard. Additional new features in version 1.2 include animated radar images for U.S. airports, pins identifying nearby stations in the map view and the ability to specify both IATA and ICAO options and runway length in feet or meters in the station listings. The update also adds support for Brazilian Portuguese, Danish and Swedish languages and fixes a number of small issues with the previous version rlated to DST and decoding of radar images and runway information. AeroWeather Pro is available from the App Store for $4. A free lite version is also available.
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