I love this app and how detailed it is, but sometimes the widget displays the index like its supposed to and then it randomly switches to just saying something vague like "high uv" or "low uv". So then I have to open the app to see the actual index, which completely defeats the purpose of the widget. It's constantly switching back and forth and its incredibly frustrating. Please fix jt.
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I have a very pale complexion and searched extensively for the best UV Index app, and agree with many of the other reviewers, that UVI Index Now is the best, especially for its Android widgets. Although I had been using the app for some time, today I broke down and purchased the pro version, with the hope that I would be able to utilize the 2x2 widget, and I'm still waiting for Alexander to reply about why it is not working, and goes to the 1X1 widget instead? My Android phone has multiple home pages, with many widgets from different apps, of which UVI Index Now is one of many. Another feature is for the widget to update at prescribed intervals automatically. Finally, I would like to know where the app is getting its UV information from in any given location, and if it's data is close to real time? Let's make a terrific app even better.
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Full Stack Cafe Pty Ltd
May 17, 2020
Hi Daniel! I will reply you personally and address all your questions in next 24 hours! Cheers!
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I LIVE to sunbathe, so I looked at a few of these apps. UVI Mate is a masterpiece, accounting for details like skin type, ozone, clouds, vitamin D production, etc. This free version lacks many features which are not well described, just blocked with a pitch to upgrade for $10--maybe a bit on the high side. But it stands very well on its own.
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