1. For application that provide current weather information based on the user selecting an airport location.
“This application will provide you with the current observed weather for an Illinois airport when you pick one of the airports from the complete list of all Illinois airports. This application uses web services to get the more up to date data.”
2. Let’s say you have a weather application that provides weather alerts for weather conditions like thunderstorms, flooding, tornados, snow and such. The description might look something like this.
“Have you wondered what is happing with the weather? Maybe dark clouds are rolling in. Why wonder any more? The IL Weather Alerts by County provides a list of all Illinois counties. Select the county of interest to you and get a list of any weather alerts in effect in that county. The app uses web services to get the latest weather alerts.”
3. Let’s say you have a weather application that provide a weather forecast based on the zip code user provides. The description might look something like this.
“This fast and fluid weather application provides up to the minute weather forecast for any zip code that you provide. This application uses web services to bring the latest and most accurate forecast.”
4. Let’s say you wrote some type of unit converter app that converts from one unit to another. The description might look something like this.
“This application will convert inches to millimeters and conversely convert millimeters to inches. This application is very helpful when doing homework assignments requiring conversion.”