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!
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.
No temp in notification bar All i get in notification bar is a sun. I thought the actual temp would be displayed. May uninstall if i cant get temp in notification bar
* Images for weather conditions
* New layouts
* Lollipop support
The design was influenced by Windows Aero Style and the Aero Glass theme