If you're the sort of person who needs to stay on top of weather information for either your business or social life then Tenki will help you do so wherever you roam.
Tenki is designed to transform your Windows Mobile device into your own pocket weather center. The application feeds you with a wealth of meteorological information for a given location on our planet.
Unfortunately, I found the Tenki interface rather clunky. The main screen is confusingly laid out and it's hard to know where to start. What's more, if you live outside the US then you need to load your web browser and obtain your city code via the Internet, which is rather annoying. It would've been nice to be able to enter your location based on your GPS location too.
Once you've finally got your location loaded into Tenki though, you'll realize it was worth all the effort just for the sheer amount of weather information at your disposal. There are three different views available: Current, Forecast and Station, and each is packed with up-to-the-minute readings on everything from temperature to humidity to sunrise and sunset times.
Despite it's rather awkward user interface, Tenki proves to be a comprehensive and reliable guide to your local weather.