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widget weather - offline forecast, your own style

Even bad weather can be forecasted beautifully

Even bad weather can be forecasted beautifully

widget weather - offline forecast, your own style

by Trond Rossvoll
widget weather - offline forecast, your own style
widget weather - offline forecast, your own style
Apple Watch
widget weather Apple Watch App
widget weather Offers Apple Watch App
Check the details on WatchAware

What is it about?

Even bad weather can be forecasted beautifully!

App Details

Version
2.3.2
Rating
(25)
Size
92Mb
Genre
Weather Reference
Last updated
March 5, 2017
Release date
October 10, 2014
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App Store Description

Even bad weather can be forecasted beautifully!
widget weather will make any weather look good on your iPhone/iPad/Apple Watch!

widget weather is a fully customizable weather app and widget. Pick your favorite weather symbols, detail level, font and backgroud color. There's even two weather forecast services so pick the most accurate one for your location, and the weather forecast is saved locally for offline use.

User reviews:
-"I have tried every widget and this is by far the best. The pixelated weather animations are very cool. It has a ton of options and I like how you can double tap the widget to refresh the info."
-"Maybe the best weather widget on the appstore."
-"It's simple, beautiful and does what it says."
-"LOVE THIS! Best weather app I've used so far!"

On Apple Watch you can use the digital crown to travel through time on the current weather page. Just tap once to activate and scroll. Tap again to go back to current weather.

### There's a free version available if you'd like to try before you buy. You'll find "widget weather lite" under related apps ###

Feature list:
-Touch responsive meteogram
-Two forecast styles: list and graph (meteogram)
-Great customizable widget
-Apple Watch support
-Beautiful weather icon sets optimized for Retina and Retina HD!
-The first and only widget for iOS with animated weather symbols
-Customizable detail level (rain/wind/units etc.)
-Font picker
-Pick location from map or use GPS position
-Two forecast services: openweathermap.org and met.no (met.no is the data provider for yr.no)
-Choose how often new forecast data should be downloaded
-Double tap to update manually (Great for saving data when roaming)
-Tap to expand/collapse extends the visible forecast while using less space
-Weather forecast in 23 languages
-Universal for iPhone and iPad

Usage tips:
- Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
- You can update manually by double tapping the widget.
- Forecast data rarely changes more often than every 2 hours.

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To activate the widget, do the following:
1 Unlock the device
2 Pull down from the top of the screen to open the notification center.
3 Tap "Edit" at the bottom.
4 Press the green + sign next to "forecast".
Done!
You can change the order of things by pulling the lines up/down while pressing the icon to the right of the name (3 lines)

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Widget control options:
-tap current/detail view for expand/collapse
-double tap current/detail view to force update
-touch and drag graph to show details
-select day to see graph or list of details for upcoming days

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Weather forecast available in: English, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Croatian, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish and Ukrainian.

App menus in English, Chinese Simplified, Danish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Swedish.