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Degrees For iPhone: Canadian Weather In Style + Giveaway!

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Degrees is a new Canadian weather app that really brings style to the idea of weather. The suave of the app really begins with its home screen icon, but the real fun of the app is inside.

Degrees by North Bits

The Degrees app is extremely intuitive and simple to use. For a weather app, which is typically overly complicated or just plain boring, Degrees does a fantastic job of making information flow very nicely in an engaging way.

The interface feels very modern, with simple taps and gestures revealing valuable information such as the temperature, the high/low, wind, visibility and much more. I particularly like how rain is indicated which is simply stated as “showers” or “periods of rain” or whatever the forecast may be. Really nice.

The way the app lists locations in a list format is also really great. This way, users can easily and quickly see all of their locations plus the current and upcoming temperate and weather. For a weather app, Degrees is an A+.

Degrees is available in the App Store for $0.99.

The Giveaway!

Today I have FIVE copies of Degrees to giveaway to iPhoneinCanada.ca readers!

Throughout the day, I will drop the five promo codes into the comments section below. Be the first to get one to win!

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  • thanks for the giveaways

  • Cool app. Hoping I’ll be able to grab a promo code. 🙂

  • Ikboyboy

    The app is quite interesting. Looking forward to the promo code.

  • Tylerluke

    I need this app! Gotta love me some iPhoneincanada.ca!

  • I always love a good weather app1

  • Eric

    Good weather. Life’s good. 😉

  • Charles

    Nice, this weather app looks incredible. Will definitely replace the default Apple weather app

  • I really hope that I will get a code… It looks interesting…

  • Charles

    Oh almost forgot. How do we use the Promo Codes when you post them

  • When you are logged in to your iTunes store, go to iTunes store page and then click on Redeem link on the right side

  • iPhoneJohnny

    I can use this because for my work. I work with motorcycles everyday so weather is important to me

  • Ex

    First code:

    NF3LF64LTMAF

    (please let us know if you use it!)

  • I tired to use it but it is gone 🙂

  • I just tried it… And it said already used…

  • Ex

    Second code:

    PX9LHKRAYNTR

    (let us know if you get it!)

  • Charles

    Again the second code says its used already… 🙁

  • The one that used it is fast…

  • I have no luck in redeeming promo codes

    I probably will buy this app at the end

  • I have no luck in redeeming promo codes

    I probably will buy this app at the end

  • Zeus_369

    Another great giveaway. Thanks!

  • I am ready to win =-)

  • ed

    Cool, us Canadians love our weather.

  • Ksmith

    drop us another code 🙂

  • Jrhayes5

    Send another please

  • Ftwiebe

    lets do it!

  • Anonymous

    Sweet app. This officially dethrones GPSWeather as my go to weather app.

  • WantThatApp

    Have we only seen 2 codes so far?

  • Ex

    yup

  • Oscar9

    How do I use the promo code?

  • Worthy Of Ed

    …eagerly awaiting the next code.

  • Zeus_369

    Any more codes?

  • Tony B.

    Thank you for this great giveaway as always!!

  • Ex

    Third promo code:

    N3MWWJY64FEF

    (let us know if you use it!)

  • Sparky

    Arggg! Seconds too late! 🙁

  • Matt

    Wow, already been used….

  • Ex

    In the App Store, under Featured, go to “Redeem”

  • guest

    dang! used already!

  • guest

    dang! used already!

  • Tony B.

    Used very fast! 🙁

  • Zeus_369

    Bazinga super fast!

    I might need steroids to get the next one!

  • Zeus_369

    Bazinga super fast!

    I might need steroids to get the next one!

  • Anonymous

    I think i got it. But it does not seem to be downloading. Hmmmm

  • Ex

    Soon

  • Ex

    Soon

  • Ex

    That’s odd isn’t it?

    They don’t list areas like New West, Coquitlam, and PoCo, but then have small towns like Osoyoos!

  • Anonymous

    I sent the developer a note concerning this small issue. I hope to see something done about it.

  • Zee

    I think it’s because their data is based off of Environment Canada. And just checking the Environment Canada website, they don’t have listings for that city.

  • Jalin2

    NF3LF64LTMAF

  • hmm is this any better than our Canadian app weathereye?

  • Ex

    Fourth promo code:

    J7M3E97JEJ3N

  • Ran11sum

    GONE

  • Tony B.

    It’s the 2nd time I try to paste the code in iTunes, and iTunes tells me “Session time out”… this is ridiculous!!! Your post was set to “0 minutes ago” and iTunes gave me this, and I had to log out then in to test again, and it was gone.

  • Ran11sum

    Yup, me too. Only it won’t let me paste for some reason either. I have to type it in manually.

  • Ex

    Ah man! You probably would have had it!

  • Ex

    Ah man! You probably would have had it!

  • Ex

    Folks, I’m going to give everyone a hint.

    The FIFTH (and last) promo code will be dropped at 5PM PDT (8PM EDT). That’s a little under two hours from now.

  • Ex

    Folks, I’m going to give everyone a hint.

    The FIFTH (and last) promo code will be dropped at 5PM PDT (8PM EDT). That’s a little under two hours from now.

  • Tony B.

    Thank you Ex. for this tip, highly appreciated!

  • Ex

    Last code in 10 minutes.

  • Ex

    Fifth code:

    FLY3TLTPJEEE

  • Tony B.

    Thank you Ex, got it! I will check the app and review it right away.

  • Matt

    Already been used…

  • Matt

    Already been used…

  • Ex

    Way to go Tony!!!

    You’ve been after it all afternoon! Well done.

  • Matt

    Thanks for the giveaway though.
    Hope there are more in the future!

  • Tony B.

    Thank you Ex! 🙂

    Here’s my quick review, and comparison with the great WeatherEye app. First, Degree is very simple, straightforward. I like the way it explains current weather situation such as: “Clear. Wind Northwest 20 km/h gusting to 40 km/h becoming light late this evening. Low -7C”. Also, I like the way it displays forecast for a whole week, directly under current temperatures. This is faster to access than in WeatherEye, although that I like WeatherEye a lot. Plus, current temperature in Montreal at my location, using an outdoor thermometer is 5C, Degrees gives me 5C too, while WhetherEye gives me 7C. I will monitor it during those 2 days then post an official review on the App Store, but it’s a great app, I wish they can add a home screen notification (using the Apple Badges) where they can write the current weather of the favorite city (if we have added many cities), and then this badge updates via push notifications. This would be a GREAT addition from the developers.

  • Ex

    There’s always more 🙂

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