June 27, 2012
Unlike the iPhone, the iPad doesn’t come with a basic weather app, which means that an iPad owner with even a passing desire to know the weather must brave the AppStore to find a third party app that does the job. Luckily, there are numerous apps available to meet your every weather need, from radars to hurricanes to forecasts. For this AppGuide, we’ll help you find the best basic weather app, the one you open when you want to know if you should bring an umbrella or wear a jacket— an “every day” weather app. Many of the apps pull data from the same sources, so which app you prefer may hinge on whether you prefer great visuals, lots of information, or radar. Regardless of your particular preference, this AppGuide should help you find the weather app you’ll turn to every day.