|App Name||Appy Weather: Hyperlocal radar + Dark Sky weather v|
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Made by the Google Design award-winning developer Third Culture Apps
🥇 Winner of Google Play’s Best of 2019 “🛠 Everyday Essentials”
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Appy Weather is the most personal weather app because it’s been designed for humans by someone who actually checks the weather too. By summarising the weather in plain-spoken & user-friendly language via its one-of-a-kind Timeline screen, Appy Weather sets itself apart from all other weather apps — no more scrolling long lists to figure out the weather as it’s now summarised for you in a few lines and makes checking the weather fast, easy and actually fun! That said, there are more conventional hourly & daily views if that’s what you prefer.
Appy Weather’s hyperlocal accurate forecasts are powered by AerisWeather, Dark Sky, OpenWeather and Foreca.
Still not convinced? Check out what the experts have to say 😉
« It’s the dead-simple weather app you’ve always wanted. » — Fast Company
« It’s the perfect at-a-glance overview of the weather for the day. » — Gizmodo
« Appy Weather makes it easy to stay on top of the elements with delightful design and forecasts powered by weather source Dark Sky. » — Google Play
« Once a Windows Phone app, it’s finally made its way to Android, where it stands out through an attractive, minimalist and easy to navigate interface that has a look unlike most other weather apps. » — techradar
« It’s rare a weather app impresses us in 2019. The last weather app that surprised us was Today Weather back in 2017, and today, we add Appy Weather to the list of apps. If you were upset over the loss of Weather Timeline, you owe it to yourself to check out Appy Weather. It’s truly that good. » — TechJunkie
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There are three subscription tiers available: Plus, Pro and Lightning Pro. They enable widgets, notifications, maps & premium weather service providers.
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Appy Weather is privacy-first. It doesn’t collect or process any user data.
If location permission is granted, your location will be stored locally on your device – it’s never shared with a third party.
Your location enables hyper-local forecasting when the app is run. Widgets & notifications check your location in the background when they’re updated/sent.
* Widget layout optimisations to reduce possibility of text clipping
* Wrong sun/moon icon should no longer ever be incorrectly showing by default for Dark Sky users (a refresh previously fixed this) – I think I finally cracked this one after managing to reproduce this!