Review from Chris Dreyer
Could use some tweaks Very cool concept but you definitely need a couple different sized widgets for Android users if you want to compete with current pre-installed weather apps, and I would highly recommended adding the ability to see temperature without having to "click" in your hourly view. The icons are nice but they don't necessarily tell you if it's warming up or cooling down.
Nothing All I get is a blank screen, no info whatsoever. Free but if it doesn't work what's the point.
What happened? This app was my go to for weather. Now, it has just stopped. Doesn't work. Too bad! Note 3.
Zero points for design App stuck in old iOS interface. The developer should employ his wits to design an app that adheres to the Android platform standards. On the other hand, there are facilities in the Play Store for developers to limit their audience. If your app only works in contiguous United States (not "continental"!) then limit it to people in those places! What's the point!
Was great until it stopped working on any of my devices This app use to be fantastic. It was accurate enough to know which part of campus I was on and it was actually accurate to the minute in the mountains when most other weather stations were less accurate than flipping a coin. But for some reason it completely stopped working on all of my devices like a year ago. Before then I recommended it to everyone. It's a shame it doesn't work anymore.
Needs work - this isn't an iOS app Great intent, and I'm impressed with the service and the API - other apps leverage this, like AutomateIt. Unfortunately, the iOS origins of this app are apparent - it uses iOS styling, the app does not unload when control is returned to the OS, and there's no way to exit the app without Force Stopping it. I also have performance issues running it on a Samsung Galaxy Note 2, and the app does not gracefully handle situations where the phone has no GPS signal (like being in an office building). Also, adding locations is unintuitive - a great solution for that would be to allow long-tapping on the map to add a location. This app could be really awesome, if the developer modifies it to adhere to an Android feel rather than an iOS feel, provides a way to exit the app gracefully and free up the resources used, and makes a few usability tweaks. I'll definitely check back for future versions to see if they address these concerns.
Widget needed Please make a widget for this weather application I have the note 3 but I hate pushing the icon all the time to look at the weather most other weather program have widget so please please make one widget for this program and I will read it a5
A fancy weather clock widget with hourly weather forecast and 7 days forecast.