Great One suggestion: Having the "Tap to configure" text in the app right next to a slider button makes it seem like its saying to tap the slider (instead of the text itself)- this is confusing when first using the app and it doesnt look like there's any way to change it from Celsius to F°. I almost uninstalled it until I saw a comment in the ratings explaining to tap the actual text to configure (obviously other people were confused about this too and couldn't figure out how to change it from C°)
So far so good. A very minimal app. Could do with more customization options like no showing wind speed and/or humidity. I find it ok to use it without skin with standard Lollipop notification appearance.
Excellent - light weight and simple weather app Finally found for what I have been looking for!!! A widget would be a very happy additional alternative. Nonetheless, very thanks.
Best Lollipop support among weather apps In Android 5 (Lollipop), apps using notifications must specify if info should be hidden on lock screen -- this is the **only** weather app I can find that does it right, so I can see what the weather is without displaying my emails and texts on the lock screen!
Great where it counts I give this 5 stars for the sheer amount of information it provides, its simplicity, and a feature no one else has: showing Celsius and Fahrenheit together. Skin idea is good. The built in skin should be changed to show the temp in the notification area at the top like the others, don't make the notification disappear when changing skin options, and don't give black as an option if it won't show up (stick to default colors I guess). Great job!
Was quite fond, now sad Wildly off for past few weeks: Ann Arbor, MI 25°F per NOAA, app says 17°F. Perhaps polling 2014 data points?. . Feb 9 2015 UPDATE: Reported bug again, after finding the openweathermaps feed is also wrong: currently saying 16, actually 22. Uninstalling.
* Images for weather conditions
* New layouts
* Lollipop support