AtmoBar, Track Your NetAtmo Weather Station From Your Mac’s Menubar

AtmoBar, Track Your NetAtmo Weather Station From Your Mac’s Menubar

AtmoBar is Mac app that works with the NetAtmo weather station you have in your back yard (or on your balcony, for city dwellers). It sits in your menubar and gives readouts and graphs with just a click.

It sure beats just looking out the window.

The app gives access to the following, in graph form, and you can have the figures displayed right in the menubar icon so you can keep a close eye on barometric pressure without as it changes throughout the day. Fascinating.

  • Outdoor/Indoor Temperature
  • Outdoor/Indoor Humidity
  • Altitude
  • Indoor CO2 level
  • Indoor Pressure
  • Sound Level

I’d say that this kind of thing is still better on the Mac than on iOS, as the Mac lends itself to quick peeks at info, whereas the iPad and iPhone need you to launch an app just to check the humidity or whatever. Amazingly, though, AtmoBar costs $3. Given that you have to buy the hardware to use the app, surely it should be free?

  • gjbrugman

    Its not an official app from Netatmo. Guess why it costs money. Think Netatmo should develop their own Mac app btw.

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