By Triple Glazed Studios
I especially love the widgets!
This app is just so much nicer to look at than Apple weather! I miss dark sky and don’t need ALL their details, but I would love to see a radar map (and really needy - I’d REALLY love it to have the little cones that show the direction storms are heading and estimate time with the lines…) as someone who spends a lot of time outside for work it’s great to look at a map and say “well, looks like we have at least 20 minutes till this clears. Let’s go kill some time” or “looks like this is a whole line of pop up storms, let’s call it for today” On a similar note when I’m planning things I’ll say “weather looks good Wednesday” and most people say “oh? My app says rain” yes the little icon shows rain, and it will rain…at 10:30pm. Being able to get that view further out is super helpful. All in all, for now I’ll take the every day comfort of this app and look at Apple weather when I need future details or radar. I’ll just keep crossing my fingers and hoping for a little bit more down the road 🤞🤞
How do I edit locations?
it needs sever weather alerts Also id like a middle complication for modular that shows current weatger with sunrise and sunset
A lot of really tasteful design touches. Just enough weather info to get me what I need.
All the advertised features are paid. Zero reason to use the free version.
The app is simple, pretty, and straightforward. It shows me what I need to know in a pleasant way and has become my first stop to check weather.
Weather Line was my favorite weather app by a country mile, for years. It eventually disappeared when the dev sold the IP. I’ve been through every other alternative weather app since then, looking for a substitute, and they all had things that I found annoying. This week, I found Mercury Weather, which is checking all of my boxes! Good widgets with CLEAN design, and good data. An app that gives me what I need and want, without piling on tons of nerdery that I don’t need (I have other apps for when I need to get nerdy with weather). This app is a tight, concise, and pleasant to view, app. I really hope it stays this way!
Hard to take seriously a weather app without radar. I guess it’s fine, otherwise.
Update: The main reason I subscribed to this app was because it used open weather as it’s data source which was more accurate than the stock apple weather app. The app has been updated to use apple weather so it has the same temperature and forecast as the stock weather app which is inaccurate. I would love to have the option to pick which service the app uses.