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The Top 10 iPhone Apps for Tracking Weather
With summer here it’s a good time to keep tracks on what the weather will look like so you can plan your friends and family outings. And with a computer in your pocket, it’s never been an easier time to keep tabs on the current and future weather conditions.With summer here it’s a good time to keep tracks on what the weather will look like so you can plan your friends and family outings. And with a computer in your pocket, it’s never been an easier time to keep tabs on the current and future weather conditions.
Here are the top 10 iPhone apps for keeping track of the weather.
Dark Sky ($3.99)
Need to take your dog for a walk? Check Dark Sky. Going for a bike ride? Check Dark Sky. I’ve found that it is pretty darn accurate too; it’s helped me stay out of rain during a workouts a few different times.
My-cast Weather ($3.99)
The best thing about My-cast Weather is that it holds a ton of information in a very simple interface.
Weather+ ($.99 currently on sale)
You can set unlimited number of cities. One thing that annoyes me is the huge HTC Sense-like clock on the page. Seems like a waste, but some people really like that look.
Living Earth HD ($.99)
Fahrenheit claim to fame is that it uses the app notification icon to inform you of the current temperature in your location. Rather than Apple’s perfect 72 degree icon, this one is actually useful.
Weather Underground (Free)
The app is free so you aren’t out anything if you want to give it a try.
Swackett also has the normal 5 day and 3 hourly type of forecasts as well as a radar map that you can view.
Degrees ($1.99, Canada)
Weather HD ($.99)
The images are beautiful though and you can set and swipe through different cities to see the current weather.
Simple and effective.
Got any other good weather apps for iPhone to recommend? List them in the comments below.
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