If there's one belief I have when it comes to mobile devices, it's that you can never have too many weather applications. I'm not sure where that obsession comes from, but I periodically have to remind myself to clear out the ones I no longer look at.

Given my love for good weather apps, I can't help but grab all the latest ones as soon as they hit the Play Store (if they look good, of course), and when I hear the name Wunderground, I immediately know it's going to be one worth keeping. The latest offering from the minds behind Weather Underground is WunderMap, a map/radar-centric weather application designed exclusively for tablets.

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Whereas most weather applications focus on your local statistics and forecast, WunderMap's primary interface is – you guessed it – the radar. It highlights your location, but also gives you a broader look across the country, allowing you to see weather conditions and temperatures as they change around you. Of course, no good weather app is complete without a detailed look at what's going on in your location, so WunderMap offers quick access to that info with a simple pull from the upper forecast box.

It also offers several layer options, including weather stations, radar, satellite, hurricane, severe weather, active fires, fire risk, and webcams. That should basically cover everything you could want or need to see at a glance.

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Overall, WunderMap is a fantastic app to have installed if you're into checking weather often. Or even if you're not, really. It's just a good app if you like looking at weather. It's free in the Play Store, but if you want to get rid of the ads you'll have to shell out $2 per year to do so.