Keep it up . Love it 😎
For those of us who don't want a $500-$700 phone added into our monthly bill and choose to be responsible and buy a phone without all the bells and whistles, the text updates were perfect. They were reliable, perfectly summarized the report twice a day, no frills, no pomp & circumstance, just a short note at the end saying it was sponsored by Sparks Toyota or an HVAC company prior to Sparks. What about folks with no data plan? Seniors who don't know how to use apps? This app is click-bait for ads, sponsors, cookies, tracking phone usage, demographics of users, etc. While I certainly don't mind looking it up online, watching the news in the mornings, hearing it on the radio or reading it in the paper, I won't be using this app. Many people don't have all these options and relief on those daily texts. I'm no longer a fan of this company, and that's truly unfortunate.
Temperature display on my lock screen is stuck at 64°. This is the third time this bug has popped up since mid-December. Tried restarting my phone, clearing my phone's cache, updating the app, and even completely reinstalling the app, all to no avail. Temperature in the app itself is accurate, but the lock screen display is pretty much permanently broken.
Its a OK app could have a update to show clouds
It shows the map from SC up to NY state
i like the app and Marla Branson is hot
New Location + Alert Management
*Select multiple Push Notification Locations (Settings>Edit Locations>Press the Bell)
*Press any location in Edit Location to rename the location (Home, Work, etc) and move the map to PinPoint a specific location for the most accurate weather info
New Alert Management
*Toggle on/off any combo of weather alert types (Frost Advisory, Flood Warning, etc) in Settings>Weather Alert Type
*Number Badge next to the Location Name showing the total number of active Alerts
This is a MUSTHAVE app.It provider realtime tempreture and live weather for you!
KDFW FOX 4 is proud to announce a full featured weather app for android.
Dark Sky tells you exactly when it will rain (or snow) up to an hour in advance.