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Temperature and Pressure


Widget to display the last 4 hour Temperature and Air Pressure.</p><p>Colors can be change with "settings" from Garmin Connect Mobile or Garmin Express.</p><p></p><p>The temperature and pressure are from the internal sensors. Temperature can be impacted by body heat and won't be ambient in many cases.


pressure adjusted for MSL FW)</p><p>0.12 -Turned off MSL adjustment as it's now done in the firmware </p><p>0.15 - 645/645M support

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Esta aplicación requiere acceso a:

  • Frecuencia cardiaca, barómetro, temperatura e historial de altitud
  • Forerunner® 645 Forerunner® 645
  • Forerunner® 645 Music Forerunner® 645 Music
  • vívoactive® 3 vívoactive® 3
  • vívoactive® HR vívoactive® HR
Calificación media: (21 calificaciones)

Clive Webber
31 de diciembre de 2018

Great app! I use it all the time. I wish it could support more hours of data (ie up to 48 hrs) for the barometer, but my guess is that's a limitation of the watch firmware, not the app (at least on my Vivoactive HR). If anyone is looking for the optimal colour schemes (the app is customizable), I find black background, light grey temperature and white air pressure offers a good amount of contrast between the three, so you can easily read the text and see the two graphs... it's not perfect but so far it's the best I've found. If the developer would like a couple suggestions: 1) Could there be a timeline at the bottom of the graph (to remind users that it's 4 hrs of data, and to help determine when temp/pres changes occurred)? At the very least 4 bars or dots to indicate each hour would really help. 2) The way the barometer data is displayed makes it appear as though the air pressure is very unstable. In other words, even if the pressure increases/decreases just a little over the 4 hrs, the graph is drawn to show a massive climb/drop, using the entire "y axis". Would it be possible to have an option for the y axis to remain constant (eg from 940 to 1060 mbar)? That way if the pressure is only changing a little, it will show a mostly straight line.. or if I see the pressure dropping, I know it's a significant change. Thanks!!

Respuesta del desarrollador
31 de diciembre de 2018, jim_m_58

Yes, in this, I only use the data as saved by the firmware. I do have a widget for the internal temperature that will do up to 24 hours: For other things, I'll consider them!

4 de junio de 2018

Il mio vivoactive hr non indica i dati della pressione, mostra solo la temperatura

Respuesta del desarrollador
4 de junio de 2018, jim_m_58

There is a bug in the current vahr firmware where the pressure data isn't available. The app will work when the firmware is fixed.

2 de marzo de 2018

The app works fine on VA3. Even though the colors are configurable, the units aren't (I'd need the pressure to be in mmHg). The pressure at the sea level does not seem to be adequate if you live far from a sea coast.

Respuesta del desarrollador
2 de marzo de 2018, jim_m_58

The units switch from inches to millibars bast on the testing on your watch. MSL is all that was available directly when this was written, and is what's used in weather reports, etc.

Stefano Cornia
16 de febrero de 2018

The app could be ok but it doesn't work on vivoactive 3

Respuesta del desarrollador
17 de febrero de 2018, jim_m_58

How doesn't it work? Please use Contact developer, and provide a few details, FW version, etc. Note, the temperature is from the internal sensor and won't be the ambient temperature.

6 de febrero de 2018

You should inform people, who wish to download your app, that the temp measurement is "body" temp not outdoor temp unless, of course, you leave your watch outside un-attached to one's wrist. PS

Respuesta del desarrollador
7 de febrero de 2018, jim_m_58

That sounds like a suggestion (I thought I did say it was internal). Might not be the reason for a poor review though.... See my "Temps" widget that shows both internal and a Tempe if one is connected.

Doma G
28 de enero de 2018

Hi, the widget is nice, but a I have a question. Is the pressure at sea level? Always dial 1034-1037 Mb regardless of whether I am 800 meters altitude or 2000 meters. Best regards. Tomás

Respuesta del desarrollador
29 de enero de 2018, jim_m_58

Yes, it's Sea Level Adjusted

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