PYKL3 is described as 'It's another level 3 radar visualization tool. The functionality follows along the GRlevel3 model, only it was created specifically for the Android operating system. It doesn't hog the drive, is responsive, and dirt cheap'. There are six alternatives to PYKL3 for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and iPhone. The best alternative is RadarScope. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try GetNexrad or AWIPS. Other great apps like PYKL3 are GRLevel3 (Paid), StormLab (Paid) and GR2Analyst (Paid).
GRLevel3 Version 2 is a Windows viewer for live and archive NEXRAD Level III data. It displays high resolution base products, dual polarization products, and derived products along with Local Storm Reports and severe weather warnings.
GetNexrad.exe is a tool used to view NOAA WSR-88D Nexrad doppler radar images and compute point and area average rainfall and to generate the basin point file used by GetRealtime.exe for automating computaion of a basin average rainfall time series in real time.
StormLab turns any internet connection into a unique and comprehensive display system for National Weather Service Doppler radars. With access to over 150 radar sites across the entire US, you will have instant access to nearly 2 dozen products.
GR2Analyst Version 2 is an advanced Nexrad Level II analysis application. Key features of GR2Analyst are: Standard and Super Resolution Level II data Dual Polarization data High resolution derived products (e.g. Echo Tops, MEHS, etc.