Keith Goldrick created the PSP Weather Feed for his own personal use, but when he realized how often he used it, he decided to share the useful application to the PSP community.
PSP Weather feed is a collection of PSP formatted HTML pages that provide a user-friendly method of viewing current and future weather conditions in the US. Up-to-date info are pulled from weather.com. If you get the chance to try this one it, you'll see a display of current infrared satellite images as well as temperature readings. If you don't care much about weather conditions from other regions, you can bookmark the HTML file that links you directly to your region.
The app works on all firmware versions, though you need DevHook or Links2 to use it on firmware 1.0 and 1.50. You also need to be within rage of a Wi-Fi connection to get the application working.
To install, just copy the "w" directory into /PSP/COMMON on your memory stick, and call up the web browser specifying this path: "file:/psp/common/w/s.html".
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