From the Shifty Jelly Blog:
Let’s not beat around the bush: we are removing the iOS and Android versions from the store today, so they will no longer be for sale. We will continue to run the servers required (and pay for the data feed for it), for at least the next 12 months and probably longer. It doesn’t feel right to just yank that out from under people who rely on it and have paid $2 to use it. This isn’t an easy decision, and we know it’s going to cause you some pain as well, but it’s the right thing to do now rather than let Pocket Weather continue to drag on into an uncertain and precarious future.
I’ll be sad to see Pocket Weather go, not just because it means I need to find something else to use with Rain Parrot, but also because I know that whatever I find as an alternative, I know it probably won’t be as good as the home-grown app.
Not sure if you know, but the current version of the app was (at least partly, if not mostly) written by a developer that now works at Apple. Pretty cool, no?