This is one of those apps that every single hot air balloonist should have. If you saw Mark West talk about outflow at the BFA safety seminar and you would like to see those outflows before you are in one. This is a must have addition to your current arsenal.
It's like having a log book and data recorder in your pocket! Upload your flights to Google Earth post flight
Glympse is a fast, free, and simple way to share your location in real-time. Great for crew to track you
Real-Time weather and airspace. Know exactly how close you are to that Bravo Airspace
Love these guys. Just seem to be pretty good in forecasting wind speeds and direction. Shows a couple days out and is easy to find and read information
Pretty new tool but often is dead on. Love it that it takes into consideration the orographic winds and topography. Not a primary souce but good data point
Balloonist's wind forecast. Nice thing is that recently they added temp and due point spread to get a better understanding of possible fog
Guidance is a forecast written by the meteorologist at that location. RUC soundings are forecast of the atmosphere up to 45,000 feet.
Flight service. You've probably called these guys before most of your flights. Now you can look at it online instead. Power to the people.
Search in google for your state weather discussion. These guys are awesome. Our favorite comes from the University of Washington
This video shows the actual detector in use. Enjoy