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Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by JamesWalk, Aug 3, 2013.

  1. JamesWalk

    JamesWalk Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Hello all,

    I am type of person who check weather everytime and almost every day, I am curious what app you use to check weather reports?

    I am using AccuWeather, how about you? It will be great to share thoughts about weather apps here.
     

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  2. Rush

    Rush {<>}~{<>}

    Thread moved. :)
     
  3. gingersnapgirl

    gingersnapgirl Android Enthusiast

    I use Weatherbug
     
  4. Petrah

    Petrah Psychotic Female

    I use Beautiful Widgets. I've watched it grow over the last few years into an amazingly beautiful weather app. Bazillion skins to download, too.

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  5. mrgigabyte

    mrgigabyte Member

    i use Unofficial NOAA Weather+ i like that it uses noaa forecast and radar i use PYKL3 Radar (NEXRAD/TDWR)
     
  6. Puddy Tat

    Puddy Tat Well-Known Member

    Weather Bug, The Weather Channel, Sense flip clock & Weather, and Radar Now(the best one for radar).
    PT
     
  7. Stuntman

    Stuntman Android Expert

    I use The Weather Channel. I like the widget as it shows the short term forecast and I can resize it to 3x1. I also like the radar imagery.
     
  8. chanchan05

    chanchan05 The Doctor

    Another beautiful widgets user here.
     
  9. zuben el genub

    zuben el genub Extreme Android User

    Weather Bug Elite, and Quickweather.
    Quickweather links to NOAA official, and Wunderground - the PC version where you can still see the fronts and jet stream in traditional fashion. Not in marked isobars or arrows.

    @mrgigabyte
    Does your unofficial NOAA put ads in? There's 2 unofficial NOAA apps, I tried both, but wound up getting full page ads intermittently. So intermittent, that I couldn't track them down. They weren't push, either. I've since deleted both, and the other app I had installed, and have not seen the full screen ads. I put MLB Scoreboard back, and still haven't seen the ads.
     
  10. mrgigabyte

    mrgigabyte Member

    i use the paid version of Unofficial NOAA Weather+by Pandamonium Software and it does have any ads of any kind

     
  11. funkylogik

    funkylogik share the love peeps ;)

    I just use Thermometer Widget on my homescreen. All it shows is the temperature. For a quick view of what the weathers gona be like i just open Google Now or tap in it for something more advanced. What id ideally like is a widget as simple as the one in my screenshot but that has a tap option to open a proper weather app :thumbup: View attachment 59240
     
  12. arden6

    arden6 Lurker

    My Favorite is Eye In Sky Weather
     
  13. Clementine_3

    Clementine_3 Extreme Android User
    VIP Member

    I use HD Widgets set to Weather Underground and Raindar for radar.
     
  14. JamesWalk

    JamesWalk Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Hey there,

    Sorry for late reply but I was busy, anyway thanks for your suggestions..

    Actually I am using 4 different applications in 4 devices (2 smartphones and 2 tablets), there are very similar in displaying results each time of the day. I am using applications like : Weather Neue, Weather Wow, Weather Forecast, Yahoo Weather and also Weather Bug. Here it is a list with top 5 weather apps for android that I'd like to share with anyone : Top Five Weather Apps for Android

    James
     
  15. dylane

    dylane Well-Known Member

    If you use the Pro version of Zooper Widgets I think you could get it to do that. You can set up a simple test widget that will give basic information like current temp and high and low for the day, and in the Pro version you can set it so that tapping on it will open the app of your choice (might also be able to have it open a webpage, haven't experimented that much with it)

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.zooper.zwpro&hl=en
     
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