Search “weather” in the App Store and you’ll be bombarded with an endless scroll of options. From radar imagery good enough for meteorologists to an app that shows you a different picture of a kitten every time you check the Weather.
But if you’re using your smartphone to plan an adventure, or even just figuring out when you should walk the dog, you’re going to need more than just cute kittens. I spent a couple of days testing dozens of weather apps on my phone in a variety of scenarios. I used them to plan hikes and bike rides in the mountains in an attempt to separate the good from the bad.
Weather: Radar & Forecast is a beautiful and clean weather app, designed to be as user friendly as possible. It comes with standard features like your daily and hourly forecast along with access to additional information. This weather app also has support for over 20 languages.
- Weather Alerts: Inform you the real-time weather alerts and warnings.
- Live Wallpapers: I Show real-time weather status with dynamic wallpapers which can let you be clear at a glance to the current weather.
- Hourly/Daily Forecast: Detailed weather forecast, including weather status prediction, highest/lowest temperature, precipitation, wind, etc. You can check all these data detailed in every single day or even every single hour.
- Weather Sharing: One click screenshots to share the weather.
- Daily News: You will not miss the daily headlines hot news.
- Precipitation Forecast: Tell you to bring an umbrella with you before it rains.
- Details: Humidity, pressure, wind force and wind direction.
- Sun & Moon: See animated sunrise, sunset, wind, and pressure modules.
- Weather Lock Screen: A variety of built-in wallpaper skins.
- Add and track weather conditions for all your favorite cities and destinations.
- Celsius and Fahrenheit weather units.
- The app and the weather data is available in over 20 languages.
Don’t take my word for it. Go download and check out Weather: Radar & Forecast yourself and let me know what you think of it in the comments below!
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