Yes if you’re into any kind of serious Long Range knowing the conditions where you are standing is important any weather app is accessing a station somewhat close to you but not where you areFor a beginner, which is the better option?
Since weather apps have advanced so far, is a Kestrel a requirement these days?
I have already invested in a LabRadar to help with load development.
Get the Applied Ballistics,That Weatherflow meter is discontinued or out of stock everywhere except for Optics Planet, and I have been burned by them once, so I am out.
Thanks for your help, sounds like a Kestrel is in my future, which version, I was considering the 4DOF version, since I already use their app.
Kestrel makes a unit that runs the AB software, Horandy 4DOF and I believe HOURUS or another.The kestrel is a stand alone unit. Just keep in mind if you feel you need that benefit, then it negates the “which app is better” conversation.
Second to that I’m going to assume... since this is a solver comparison that by kestrel, you specifically mean the AB elite...
You didn’t clear anything up. You just rambled about nothing relevant to the OP and misspelled Horus. A company so bad, the employees don’t even use their products.Sorry if I offended you, just trying to clear up your misinformation for the OP. No need to get butt hurt and post sarcastic gifs.