Justin: I wanted the app to fit toddlers to preteens. The younger kids love to interact and see the bright colors. Reading the trivia and being able to search weather across the country will appeal to the older kids. It is a real weather app, with short- and long-range forecasts. Viewed during the day, it shows a six-hour outlook and the projected high temperature for the next day. At night, the focus is on the bus stop weather on the way to and from school and includes getting the avatars dressed. To make it interactive, the app has a feature called "Wear?" so kids and parents can change the temperature or sky condition to see how the avatars would dress. To ensure it's educational, the app has all kinds of trivia — more than 400 items — ranging from information about clouds, rainbows and severe storms, to records, folklore and nursery rhymes with weather lyrics. Finally, it allows a kid to plot the weather on a graph to follow over a week and a month.