WeatherPop Gets a "Feels Like" Feature

Glucose has released an update for WeatherPop and WeatherPop Advance, bringing them to version 1.6.4. WeatherPop is an automatic weather reminder designed to refresh current weather conditions directly to a users menu bar. The update ships with a "feels like" feature for outdoor weather approximation and bug fixes. According to Glucose:

Glucose today updated WeatherPop and WeatherPop Advance to version 1.6.4.

WeatherPop 1.6.4 includes several new features requested by our users. We now support a "feels like" temperature which, using temperature, wind speed and humidity, approximates what its like to be outside in the blustery cold or the sizzling sun. WeatherPop also now includes automatic menu extra support in 10.2 when Unsanityis Menu Extra Enabler is installed.

WeatherPop 1.6.4 also fixes several bugs with previous versions. A major thread safety bug was fixed in 1.6.3 which could result in corrupted forecasts for users with favorite cities. WeatherPop also now has improved forecast parsing for users who were experiencing missing forecasts.

You can find more information about the WeatherPop update at the Glucose Web site. WeatherPop 1.6.4 is available as freeware.