Up until a week or so ago I had never heard of InstaWeather. But in the last seven days the name keeps coming to my attention. As it turns out, InstaWeather is an app on iOS, Android and Windows Phone which mixes weather and social networks to allow people to share photos of their surroundings and overlay information about the local weather, which you can then share on sites like Facebook, Twitter and Instagtram.
Earlier on Indonesian app developer Kemas Dimas got in touch with us asking we take a look at his app SpotShot, a free app available on the S40/Asha platform which brings similar sharing features like what is found on Instaweather. I have installed it on my Asha 501 and made a video of how it works and what it does. Watch it below.
Note: SpotShot IS NOT an Instaweather client, as stated in the video but has similar sharing functions.
SpotShot is available on the Nokia Store HERE. As I said, the app is free to download, extra templates and other features are available via In App Purchases.
Let us know what you think.
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