Kitty Code has received a wonderful reception from Macworld, one of the most influential reviewers of all things Apple, when they posted their review of Hurricane and Hurricane HD stating “Apps share similarities, but Hurricane HD, Hurricane stand out from this pack”.
Macworld Article: Hurricane tracking apps for iPhone and iPad.
Hurricane had a slow start back in 2008 as one of the first 10,000 apps in the iTunes App Store. The first hurricane tracking app with an Interactive Tracking Map on iOS 2.0, it set the tone for what would be expected in a fully robust hurricane tracking app. Even though the iPhone was a fairly new device, with an even newer App Store, Hurricane made a name for itself in this niche area of weather, not by being the least expensive, but by being the best. Continue reading “Hurricane, Hurricane HD Celebrate 50,000 Users World Wide”
Hurricane HD for the iPad has made a phenomenal splash with it’s June 1st update. Listed in the New and Noteworthy on the iTunes App Store home page, and What’s Hot in the Weather Category Hurricane HD has made a very quick rise to the top of the category, as well as to the upper reaches of the iTunes Top Paid iPad Apps list landing at #35 by the end of the day on Friday June 4th. Continue reading “Hurricane HD – New and Noteworthy”
Hurricane HD started it’s iPad career in the Top 100 Paid App List in iTunes on Thursday, even before iPads are available for sale. Helped by the TUAW article highlighting the features of this in depth hurricane tracking application, and video produced by Kitty Code’s CEO, Ilene Jones, Hurricane HD has made a great start and is expected to continue this trend as hurricane season nears. Continue reading “Hurricane HD Starts in the Top 100 Paid Apps List”
The release of the iPad last April brought with it the release of Hurricane HD in the iTunes App Store. Hurricane tracking is an important part of life for those in the way of these devastating storms, and as such, we were recognized by TUAW in their First Look Feature back in April 2010. We would like to graciously thank them for their help in getting the word out about this great tool!