LOVE THE APP BEST ONE IVE HAD YET ONLY IF INSTEAD HAVING 3 SEPARATE WIDGETS A COMBINATION INTO ONE WILL BE AMAZING.....IF YOU GUYS COULD ADD MORE I CONS LIKE YOUR STICKERS THAT WOULD BE AWESOME 😎
Excellent tool. Fun way to know what weather is coming your way.
Too much advertising
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Great application for weather.
I’d like to be able to give this a higher rating but bugs in the weather data go unattended. The forecast data for southwest FL continue to show temperatures in the mid 20s during the day. That’s outrageous. It’s cool today but has been and will be near 80 in the next 3 days. Come on, you can fix this. Otherwise I’ll begin looking for a better weather app.
Update II: Very nice update with support for ‘events’. This version is very performant with buttery silk scrolling and animations on my new XS Max. I highly recommend giving Weather Up a look, and I look forward to seeing it improve in the coming months. Still hoping they decide to invest in a more accurate source for weather data. I’ve never heard of the one they use (which has now been removed from the Contrast website). Update: I decided to subscribe for a few months to see how well the app is supported and to get a chance to experience the app sans ads. I’ve never heard of the weather source that Weather Atlas uses. In my experience, it’s not even close to accurate. I’m not sure why they didn’t invest in a more premium provider such as Dark Sky. WA very seldom receives updates, and this dev shop has a history of dropping support for apps, after a short period of time. On my iPhone X, the ads really clutter up the UI and make it impossible to fully evaluate this app objectively. They are such an eyesore. Hello Weather and Carrot Weather are both far better apps that also receive regular updates and feature upgrades. Update: When this app was initially released, I was reticent to download it bc I remember this same dev shop abandoning a previous weather app only 12-18 months after release. My skepticism was well founded, as it took 4 months for them to respond to my feedback. Furthermore, this app hasn’t been updated in over 7 months.
I wish it would tell certain things like how much snow is expected to fall
Sunday’s forecast in the app is for light snow, 2 inches. Why does the weather alert then list a major blizzard capable of producing 15-22 inches of snow? Luckily precipitation totals are hard to find. Coincidence?
Google ads don’t go away after purchasing the “Pro” upgrade, so definitely don’t pay to remove the ads.