Weathergraph weather widget

Weathergraph weather widget

By Tomas Kafka

  • Category: Weather
  • Release Date: 2020-05-14
  • Current Version: 1.0.133
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 106.63 MB
  • Developer: Tomas Kafka
  • Compatibility: iOS 14.1+
Score: 4.45
From 155 Ratings


New: Full screen view, lock screen widgets and Apple Watch Ultra support! Weathergraph is a beautiful visual hourly weather widget and forecast for Watch, iPhone, iPad, and Mac, with the Apple Watch app and complications. Powered by Apple Weather, Foreca, Dark Sky, OpenMeteo, and It shows: - Nowcast (real-time rain & snow forecast updated every 15 minutes - PRO only) - Rain & snow alerts based on nowcast data (PRO, watch-only so far, coming to iPhone and iPad) - Hour-by-hour temperature (main colorful line) - Hour-by-hour precipitation — rain, and snow (blue chart) - Hour-by-hour cloudiness (cloud cover) and sunshine (clouds on top + sun rays) - Hour-by-hour wind speed (red line) and direction (red arrows) - Hour-by-hour precipitation or dew point (dotted line) - Hour-by-hour atmospheric pressure, absolute or rate of change (purple line or arrows) - Hour-by-hour UV index (rainbow dashes) - Real day/night (sky color) - Daily temperature minimum and maximum (overlaid above chart) - Actual temperature and place (on the top) - Sunrise and sunset times Who is Weathergraph for? Hikers, runners, bikers, kite surfers, pilots, and many outdoor enthusiasts around the world love the at-glance readability, customizability, and reliability. Weathergraph is offline capable - the app caches the last acquired forecast for up to 24 hours, allowing you to hike or run outside of the network (or go running or biking with a wifi-only Apple Watch) and still see the most recently fetched data. The data refreshes automatically once a connection is available. Hourly forecast is updated every hour, nowcast and rain alerts update every 15 minutes. If rain or snow is expected during the next 3 hours, you will get a notice on a widget (iPhone, iPad & Mac), a large complication (Watch), and a detailed 3-hour precipitation chart in the app. Nowcast and alerts are powered by Foreca and depend on the precision of rain radars in your area. You can unlock professional Apple Weather, Foreca, Open-Meteo, and Dark Sky forecast sources, weather alerts, nowcast, and all styles and options via a reasonably priced subscription, which covers the cost of data and allows me to further improve Weathergraph. One-time Weathergraph Forever unlock is also available. Thank you for your support! If you liked Weather Line, Weathertron, or Weather Strip, you might like Weathergraph too :). Privacy policy and Terms of use: Please note: Subscriptions made on Apple devices will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account. Your subscription will automatically renew unless canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. You will not be able to cancel once activated. Manage or turn off your subscriptions in App Store app > Account > Subscriptions.


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Elegant and useful

This is a very thoughtfully-designed app, something that is sadly rare these days. The attention to detail is excellent across the board. I purchased Weathergraph to replace the late Dark Sky, and I’m very pleased with it in that role. A great way to see both the current weather, the immediate future, and the coming week. Highly recommended.
By Laffo


11-13-2022 I did an action to the app but the problems persist it stays blank on my lock screen
By Romero503

Love the app but missing something huge

So I love this app. It was my go to weather app and I paid for the lifetime access. But, I live in Florida and had to delete it and go back to apple weather because it DOES NOT provide weather alerts. We just went through our second direct hit hurricane this year and not once did this app tell me that I was under a number of weather alerts. To me, due to our weather here, it really makes the app useless. I need those alerts in real time and not offering alerts really makes this app irrelevant in comparison to the competition. I also emailed the developer but never got a response. So one star off for no weather alerts and another star off for poor communication even after developer says email me with concerns or issues.
By darrevan

What a beautiful app! I love it.

Loved it on my pebble. Loving it as a widget on my Home Screen and watch. Bought the Forever package.
By letter10icicle

Inaccurate city and state

If I could I’d give 0 stars App stinks as it is not showing the correct city and state. I AM NOT GOING TO PAY FOR A CRSPPY AOP!
By Zchick1

Best weather app since Dark Sky

This app has just about everything you could want. Super clean UI, easy to read, and fills in most of the gaps Dark Sky will leave behind. And the things it doesn’t fill are coming soon. Which leads me to the developer: super responsive on social media and has big plans for the app. I mean, just look at the update notes for the level of detail in each update.
By Kevin Stauss

Too limited in free version

And I’m no sure if the pro version has multiple locations, which I consider an essential feature.
By random name 245;5727?)

The best

I paid for a lifetime subscription and would gladly do so again. This is a great, well-thought-out app that gets better and better with each update.
By WasilESQ

Best Dark Sky replacement.

Apple bought Dark Sky and promptly managed to not understand what made it a great visual interface, barely enhancing their meh app. I’ve since downloaded dozens of other weather apps, and none manage to best Dark Sky’s visual information elegance. Until I ran into Weathergraph. This app not only manages to match Dark Sky’s visual elegance, but also do it better. It’s customization options are unparalleled. With it I can manage to see an information density in a single screen that is unmatched, in a way that contextualizes the information. Not columns of numbers, not cute icons that mean little, but a visual interpretation that would make Edward Tufte proud. This app is by far, no doubts, the BEST weather app on iOS, bar none.
By TSRinAustin

Thank you Om

Recomended by the brilliant Om Malik I downloaded the App. Exceptional. Thank you Om ! A++
By JorgePedraza

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