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Weather Live (was £1.59) now FREE @ Google Play Store

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Don't let bad weather take you by surprise! Set the gorgeous animated wallpapers with live weather conditions on your home screen and be aware of any weather that is coming your way. Whether it is clo… Read More
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Don't let bad weather take you by surprise! Set the gorgeous animated wallpapers with live weather conditions on your home screen and be aware of any weather that is coming your way. Whether it is cloudy, rainy, snowy or even stormy outside, Weather Live will provide you with current weather conditions and forecast in your city and multiple locations all around the world.

Cold or warm weather, it will magically come alive on the crisp screen of your device. You won’t even have to look out the window as Weather Live will make you feel like you are already outside! With an innovative technology Weather Live™ implemented into the app, we made it possible!

• Weather forecasts for multiple locations all around the world
• Live weather scenes reflecting real-time weather conditions
• Beautiful weather widgets
• Fabulous animated wallpaper with live weather conditions right on your home screen
• Cloud, satellite, rain maps
• Animated weather radar for any location in the USA
• Bad weather warnings and alerts to warn you about severe weather in your area. Data provided by Met Office
• Customizable layout. Choose weather parameters you want to be displayed in the layout settings
• Local time in 12 or 24-hour format
• 7-day and 24-hour weather forecast
• "Feels Like" temperature. Today’s Min and Max
• Wind direction and speed. Visibility details
• Humidity and precipitation information. Pressure in inches, mm or mbar
• Fahrenheit or Celsius and Miles or Kilometers
• Easy navigation between cities: swipe either to the left or to the right to switch between locations
• London, Birmingham, Manchester or any other location worldwide – get accurate weather forecasts wherever you are!

Compatible with Android Wear: tested on Moto 360, Sony Smartwatch 3, Samsung Gear Live, LG G Watch.
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4 Likes #1
Weather Apps...! I don't understand the requirement. Look out of the window or look your postcode up on the web. I use BBC weather for long-term forecasting, but nothing about British weather is predictable.
6 Likes #2
Love one of the comments on google store.... "... I refuse to give this app less than 5 stars ..." they then give it 4 stars lol.
5 Likes #3
loiterer
Weather Apps...! I don't understand the requirement. Look out of the window or look your postcode up on the web. I use BBC weather for long-term forecasting, but nothing about British weather is predictable.


Because with an app you can just look at it as soon you unlock your phone. You don't have to go to a website, then search for your postcode. It's quicker and more convenient.
#4
No1_VIPER
loiterer
Weather Apps...! I don't understand the requirement. Look out of the window or look your postcode up on the web. I use BBC weather for long-term forecasting, but nothing about British weather is predictable.
Because with an app you can just look at it as soon you unlock your phone. You don't have to go to a website, then search for your postcode. It's quicker and more convenient.
Yup and easily add more than one location. Quick lookup. Nice 1 touch for 24 hour plans. We'll with the one I use anyway...

Edited By: Babbler on Apr 10, 2017 13:34
1 Like #5
Oh look at the clouds
heat added :D
10 Likes #6
loiterer
Weather Apps...! I don't understand the requirement. Look out of the window or look your postcode up on the web. I use BBC weather for long-term forecasting, but nothing about British weather is predictable.

You've just defined the requirement. What you use is a web-app. A web page which uses the same back end weather service, but displays it via a browser instead.

HUKD. I don't understand the requirement. I just go to all the shops myself ! Doing the same job, but with more effort.
#7
loiterer
Weather Apps...! I don't understand the requirement. Look out of the window or look your postcode up on the web. I use BBC weather for long-term forecasting, but nothing about British weather is predictable.


An app is quicker than a web page. Location settings are usually on and get it alot quicker. Can your eyes tell you the weather in the next 6hrs?



Anyway. I use Forecaster, brilliant weather app

Edited By: declanmorrow on Apr 10, 2017 14:04: added app
1 Like #8
The widget looks great, loads of info. Thanks 8)
#9
Thanks, better than the stock LG weather app I was using. As jco83 the widget is good also
#10
Cheers for the share.
#11
macman2009
Love one of the comments on google store.... "... I refuse to give this app less than 5 stars ..." they then give it 4 stars lol.
took a couple of reads but i got it hahahahahaha
#12
the most beautiful one I have seen ever. thanks
#13
Thank you.
It's pretty and everything. But, I still prefer "Weather Underground".
#14
Nice!
1 Like #15
I still prefer the BBC one. I pay my TV Licence, so want to get my money's worth :|
#16
This app has some really nice graphics. I tried it last year, but ended up deleting it, as the the actual forecasts were the least accurate of all the weather apps I have tried.
1 Like #17
For Apple users there is a Free version for both Mobile/Tablet and Mac version. Not sure what the restrictions are.
The paid versions are £3.99 and £4.99 respectively, quite hefty.

Here's a short review courtesy of iMore.com.

Weather Live is a beautifully designed app with real-time weather condition background images. It offers relatively detailed data for daily, hourly, and 7-day forecasts, but what makes this app stand out is the highly customizable display. You can choose from four different layouts, each providing simple or complex details. You can also set which data is displayed in which order for each layout. So, if you live somewhere with a lot of rainfall, you may want the precipitation parameter on top. If you like to watch the sunset, put that time higher up in your layout. Plus, every morning, you'll get a daily report notification with the current condition and its relativity to yesterday's weather.

If you have an eye for design, but also want the ability to customize how you view your weather data, you'll be pleased with Weather Live.


Thanks Op, heat.
#18
Looks like a really good app. heat.
#19
Downloaded. Heat added.
banned#20
what a poor app!
only found Sheffield and that's 40 minutes drive away !
disgusting
#21
Gozer
I still prefer the BBC one. I pay my TV Licence, so want to get my money's worth :|

You pay your what?
#22
Never understood the appeal of these Weather app's, the BBC one is the best looking and most accurate for the UK. All the others I have seen are overdone bloat.
#23
Terrible app, but at least it's free for those that want to use it even if it looks like 2009 in application form.
#24
No1_VIPER
loiterer
Weather Apps...! I don't understand the requirement. Look out of the window or look your postcode up on the web. I use BBC weather for long-term forecasting, but nothing about British weather is predictable.
Because with an app you can just look at it as soon you unlock your phone. You don't have to go to a website, then search for your postcode. It's quicker and more convenient.
Plus BBC weather is utterly useless
#25
kawa1981
No1_VIPER
loiterer
Weather Apps...! I don't understand the requirement. Look out of the window or look your postcode up on the web. I use BBC weather for long-term forecasting, but nothing about British weather is predictable.
Because with an app you can just look at it as soon you unlock your phone. You don't have to go to a website, then search for your postcode. It's quicker and more convenient.
Plus BBC weather is utterly useless

I blame Carol Kirkwood.
#26
Thank you.

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