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Best Weather App for Android

There are many weather applications on the Android Market, but which is the best?  At this point you can’t pick a winner, but I believe that is actually a good thing.  There are several apps which will apply to different groups of people and they can all thrive side-by-side.  Each one can be very valuable in certain situations, but they all have room for improvement.  I encourage you to read my thoughts and I will share with you how you can help in making each app the best that it can be.
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Depending on your job and life style, the weather can have a big impact on your daily schedule.  I constantly travel for work and having real time access to forecast information is vital.  Every day I check the weather on my G1 and I have used almost every weather application in the Android Market.  There are so many weather apps available, but today I have chosen to highlight the top 3 and discuss the advantages and short comings of each.

The Weather Channel Home Screen

The Weather Channel Home Screen

The Weather Channel

This is the number one downloaded application in the Android Market and I use it almost every day.  Several updates have been released since the program launched and they continue to improve performance.  There is no website for the development of the app, but if you send an email to the developer you can get a response.

What they got right:

  • My Places - This allows me to see the current weather of all the cities I travel to on one screen.  I can easily click each one to get more details
  • 10 Day Forecast - This is the longest forecast I have seen.  Most of the others are up to 7 days.
  • Video - Each morning in bed I can watch a video forecast for my area.  In larger cities I visit like Austin, they have city level video that is constantly updated.
  • Map Layers -  There are 8 layers offered which is more than most apps.  I like checking the temperature maps whenever a cold front blows in.
  • 36 Hour Updates - Other apps have this but I like how it is presented here.  You can see the high, lows, and conditions for the next 3 half days.  Perfect abbreviated format.

Areas they are lacking:

  • No Radar Loops - There currently are no loops offered for the map layers.
  • Slow Map Loads -  The map layers work great on WiFi, but on Edge the performance is bad.  Either the map won't load or the application is sluggish and force closes.
  • Motion Gestures - When you are in a city page, any finger gesture to the right or left will change the city you are viewing.  I accidently change cities a lot when I am simply trying to scroll down the page to see more.  This is bad design and needs to be fixed.


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WeatherBug Home Screen

WeatherBug Home Screen

WeatherBug

Many years ago I was a PC technician, so when I see the name WeatherBug I think spyware.  To be fair though, they have a nice Android application.  The interface is designed well for the mobile platform and they include some features that no one else has.  For example, you can share your weather updates with friends using Twidroid.

What they got right:

  • Notifications - The latest version shows the current conditions directly in the notifications.  It is updated based on your location, so you can easily see the current temperature and conditions without any clicks.
  • Design - The UI has nice slide animations between the different screens.  You can quickly slide between day and hourly forecst.
  • Live Weather Cams - I don't really use this feature much, but it is unique to this app.  You can view weather cams and some have the ability to rotate.  They also offer video, but this feature fails to work for me on the current version.

Areas they are lacking:

  • Notification Settings - There is no option to control the frequency of the temperature notifications.  I constantly was looking at my phone and see it refreshing.  More control is needed to improve battery life.  I liked this feature but I had to turn it off.
  • Ads- Why include WeatherBug ads on the WeatherBug app?  I guess they are just holding space for ads.  Sometimes the app slows down while the ad tries to load.
  • No Radar Loops - Again, I like to see the current radar loop for my location when I am driving.  This lets me know if I am about to drive through a big storm.

iMap Weather Home Screen

iMap Weather Home Screen

iMap Weather

iMap Weather is the only Android application I have found that can provide radar loops on the go.  I have used this many times while I'm driving down the highway.  I hate driving in the rain and it has helped me avoid some big storm cells.  This client is one of the most basic, but it just works.

What they got right:

  • Radar Loops - Actual radar loops that load while I'm on the go.  I keep this app installed just for this feature alone.
  • Follow Me - This allows the application to show your location on the map and it scrolls as you move.  Very helpful for driving when I am about to head into a big storm.
  • Quick Zoom - I like their ability to zoom the map to continent, state, city, and street level with 1 click.
  • Performance - This is a very simple and clean app.  If you are not looking for all the extra features, I would suggest this app.  From my experience it has the best maps performance while I'm driving and using the Edge network.

Areas they are lacking:

  • Limited Map Layers - Currently you can only view radar and lightning strikes.  I would love to see loops of different overlays.
  • Home Screen - The way each city is displayed, you can only fit two cities at a time on the home screen.  With The Weather Channel, I can do 6.

So which weather application do you prefer?  It really depends on how you check the weather and which features you need.  Each app has its own unique features and I have to rely on multiple programs to meet my demands.  Currently, I use The Weather Channel for all my forecast information.  Nothing comes close to me for the 10 day forecast, video updates, and map layers available.  If they add loops in a future release and improve the performance, I might be able to use it exclusively.  As stated earlier, I keep iMap Weather just for the animated maps.

So while the perfect app does not exist yet, I am more than satisfied with what is available to me.  I never imagined any of these features on my old phone.  Now that I have the instant access to weather information, I don't think I'll ever be able to go without.  The increased competition can only help the future development of the weather apps and I look forward to see what new features are added.  I encourage you to try another weather app even if you have found one you like.  You might find a new feature you can't live without.
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If you experience any issues with an app or have feature suggestions, I encourage you to email the developer using the email link found in the Market.  I have been doing this not only for weather apps, but all apps I use.  I am pleasantly surprised with how often I get an actual response.  These guys like to hear from their customers, so take advantage of it.  Sadly, none of these three I covered today have a website for you to track their progress.  I have requested it to several devs and I'm hoping we see it one day.

If you would like to see more screen shots, please check back later.  My gallery is not quite working, but it will be fixed.  Same goes for a lot of other stories as well.

[p.s. accuweather, i love ur website and the firefox plugin and all but your android app sux...]

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  • Tim

    I like AccuWeather although its size is somewhat big.

  • http://livejamie.com Jamie Martin

    Yeah you left out AccuWeather, my favorite of the bunch.

  • Roy

    I have done a personal test of the most popular 10 weather apps as well and came to the conclusion that Weatherbug is probably the best one (although it needs to change it’s refresh-rate) for the average user (not consumer). It has long enough forecast, knows all my cities (even weird ones), has a nice UI AND a website (which you overlooked) http://weather.weatherbug.com/ (that ad that you mentioned brings you to it ;) )

    Also, Moxier World has a lot of potential!

  • brandon

    Yeah I like weather bug the best also.

  • chancellor

    Weather Channel is my favorite. I don’t like weather bug because it constantly refreshes based on your location. For this to happen, it uses the GPS which is not exactly kind to the battery. Anyway, Weather Channel is clean and cut for me.

  • http://Website Ron

    FYI – The Weather Channel does have radar loop – touch the arrow (play) button right under the map (if radar, radar/clouds, or clouds map layer is selected)

  • http://Website DeS

    Accuweather also has loop

  • http://Website Name (required)

    I’d like to see an hourly temperature forecast for a diffault city in an app. Any of these have it?

  • http://Website JC

    the radar loop doesnt work on the android phone when you use accuweather. I have tried it many times it doesn’t loop, my friend has an android phone it doesn’t loop for him either.

  • http://Website thomh

    I’m a building contractor who works mostly in one area. I want relatively up to date radar loops without having to burn battery by having to turn on gps and wifi. Radar Now is good, but battery hog. Any suggestions?

    • http://Website mto

      Rainy Days is the best pure radar I’ve found

    • http://Website John Coryat

      Radar Now! doesn’t require GPS. If you have the “Use wireless networks” option checked in the “Location & Security” tab, then Radar Now! will use that as the primary location service. The “Wireless network” location service is fast and efficient, usually taking less than five seconds.

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  • http://Website adam

    Iuse weatherbug. I have also dled and tested all of the weather apps and have found that weatherbug is the best for me. All of the radar imagery for the apps is disappointing. However get RAINY DAYS! It is the best by far for radar. Rainydays out beats radar now by a long shot.

    • Anonymous

      Weird way of saying this ” I have also dled and tested all of the weather apps”
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      Does that say DIED? Please proofread before you post something

  • http://Website Max

    Any application that doesn’t use METRIC is simply and plain STUPID.
    Fahrenheit, gallons, rocks, stones…. at least there should be an option to measure properly or the dumb rocks, inches and so on!

  • http://Website Robert
  • http://Website justin

    my friend has one that it rains or storms or is sunny or cloudy etc on his phone which one is that?

  • minibartdk

    Animated Weather for Android – Weather forecast application. The exquisitely realistic video effects of cloudiness, rain and snow provide the vivid sensation of current or future weather conditions for more than 50000 locations over the world.

    http://www.animated-weather.com/android/

    Video:

    • http://Website o0RaidR0o

      I used to use Palmary weather, it did everything layers, 15-day forecast, etc. Except it bombed out on me when came to my city in texas. After awhile it just wouldn’t find my city, regardless if I used zip or name.

      So just want to thank you Geezer giving us a heads up on Animated Weather Pro. Not only do I want functionality but I want my eye candy as well :)

  • http://www.animated-weather.com/android Animated Weather

    Animated Weather Forecast for Android
    Android Weather Forecast Has Never Been So Realistic !

    Animated Weather Free/Pro – Weather forecast application for Android phones. The exquisitely realistic video effects of cloudiness, rain and snow provide the vivid sensation of current or future weather conditions for more than 50000 locations over the world. Animated Weather Application is available in Free and Pro versions.

  • http://Website Morzan

    Animated Weather for Android – Weather forecast application. The exquisitely realistic video effects of cloudiness, rain and snow provide the vivid sensation of current or future weather conditions for more than 50000 locations over the world.

    http://www.weather-android.com/

    Video:

    • http://Website o0RaidR0o

      Been trying animated weather over the last couple of days, its not very accurate. Looks really cool, but it was showing sunny, when it was over cast and foggy. Which kinda renders it useless.

  • http://Website Tom

    I personnaly like “witiz weather” a lot, much more appealing UI than all the others!

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  • http://Website welby

    One of Weather channels biggest problems with their app is the ridiculous notifications. It will bug you with the most pointless alerts constantly and there’s no way to shut it off. Oh sure, I’ve changed the settings, but the app just ignores what I told it. Even if I disable alerts, I was still getting notifications about something as simple as rain. I uninstalled it because of this. I’ve been on the hunt for something to replace it and will try some of the suggestions here. Thanks all.

  • http://Website Poemagic

    This is an awesome app!! Animated Weather for Android – Weather forecast application. The exquisitely realistic video effects of cloudiness, rain and snow provide the vivid sensation of current or future weather conditions for more than 50000 locations over the world.

    http://www.weather-android.com/

    Video:

  • http://Website Geezer

    Animated Weather for Android – Weather forecast application. The exquisitely realistic video effects of cloudiness, rain and snow provide the vivid sensation of current or future weather conditions for more than 50000 locations over the world.

    http://www.weather-android.com/

    Video:

  • http://Website Raphael

    What I really would find useful is a app that would tell me which schools are closed at heavy snow emergencys. I think there is a lot of room for improvement with all weather apps. I have tried more than 10 different apps and all deserves some changes.

  • http://Website Zeta

    the most annoying thing about Animated Weather Free/Pro is that on forums like this you get heaps of people pasting in their blurb, because you get the pro version for free if you spam with their product press release

  • http://Website Boss

    I’ve got one simple question which android weather app that is free and doesn’t use alot of battery life?
    all suggestion will be appreciated.

  • http://Website Ross

    beautifull weather application
    Animated Weather for Android – Weather forecast application. The exquisitely realistic video effects of cloudiness, rain and snow provide the vivid sensation of current or future weather conditions for more than 50000 locations over the world.

    http://www.weather-android.com/

    Video:

  • http://Website Daniel Laabs
  • http://www.my-cast.com Name (required)

    I have used the my-cast app in the past, and have enjoyed the amount of information provided re forecasts, doppler radar views, and lightning strikes. The my-cast developers also have an app for pilots. The $3.99 monthly fee was nominal, in light of the amount of information provided.

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  • http://www.radarnow.net John Coryat

    Radar Now! is by far the fastest and most up to date radar only app there is on the Android market. If you only want to see a radar loop for your area and want it fast by pressing a single button, then Radar Now! is your only choice.

  • http://nickie4@comcast.net Does this have a monthly charge?

    Does this have a monthly charge?

  • http://www.chimentime.com Steve

    I recently moved from a Black Berry to a Samsung android. The only thing I miss with the BB was the weather app. BerryWeather. It was absolutely great. As a truck driver, having access to currant weather and radar for exactly where you are is invaluable. The GPS location really works. I could quickly put in all the cities that I would be going through and that information was also right there as I needed it. Very simple and extremely effective. Now I’m having a problem finding an app that will do what BerryWeather could do. Oh yeah, this app is only available for BB phones. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Steve R-C

    • danny

      Try GO Weather. It’ll allow you to easily put in different cities and gives good info on each one. Just swipe across to change cities.

  • http://Website sam

    Animated Weather for Android – Weather forecast application. The exquisitely realistic video effects of cloudiness, rain and snow provide the vivid sensation of current or future weather conditions for more than 50000 locations over the world.

    http://www.weather-android.com/

    Video:

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  • RobLAL

    I got the WeatherBug Pro when it was free on Amazon App Store a few weeks ago. I prefer the video weathercast on The Weather Channel’s better as it’s more local. WeatherBug’s video is national. I like the fact that WB displays the temp on my home screen as well as weather alerts. Maybe it’s me, but TWC seems kinda crashy.

  • RobLAL

    Also, the WB Follow Me was pretty cool. I drove from Indianapolis back to Lakeland, FL, a few weeks ago, and WB kept updating to my current location when I got my phone out.

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  • http://Website Dodall

    Animated weather is spyware and it crashes your phone.

  • Mark

    I was looking around for a reliable weather app for my Driod 3. I’m not necessarily interested in fancy animated features, but more so on reliable multi-day and hourly forecasts. Has anyone tried Animated Weather Pro?

    Here is the link:

    Animated Weather for Android – Weather forecast application. The exquisitely realistic video effects of cloudiness, rain and snow provide the vivid sensation of current or future weather conditions for more than 50000 locations over the world.

    http://www.weather-android.com/

    Video:

  • mario

    hi, there is an APP for android that uses the NDFD (national digital Forecast database) api to show weather hazards and advisory on a map

    https://market.android.com/details?id=com.al1ta.ndfs

  • Mdeva Evans

    Blah, blah, blah – there’s only ONE real criterion, and it ABSOLUTELY eliminates The Weather Channel from the discussion: I want an app that is right more than 50% of the time.

    So? Are there any apps out there that can forecast way out to, oh, say 2 hours?

  • http://android-lovers.com Android News

    can this apps work on all version of Android??

  • Sue

    Need to find weather app I apparently uninstalled. Cool feature was tap 1x from home screen to get current temp; tap 2x to go to forecast. Can’t find it & I reallye loved it! Was perfect for what I want from weather app. Thanks.

  • where the fuck

    where the F…. is the download link !!!

  • serge

    Animated Weather for Android – Weather forecast application. The exquisitely realistic video effects of cloudiness, rain and snow provide the vivid sensation of current or future weather conditions for more than 50000 locations over the world.

    http://www.weather-android.com/

    Video:

  • Pietro

    Hey guys, I’ve just found a new android weather application and like it a lot:
    http://www.android-weather.com

    It’s called Weather Services, comes with a Free and PRO version, but the Free is full of features, withoud Ads and it’s an eye candy. 5 stars!

  • Mike

    iMap Weather seems the way to go, Shows maps in loops. Accu weather has an animate button, but it does not work. The Weather channel also does not loop. I like to see whats headed my way.

  • Aman
  • bhavesh

    can u give me this appication codes…
    Ex : java and xml files…

  • android

    try also something new – android weather widget by weather services – http://www.android-weather.com. a lot of useful options, personalizable, simple.

  • Paul D

    Another great Android weather radar program is Tempest Weather Radar. It has both animated radar over Google maps and forecast data from weather underground.

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tempestweatherradar

  • SimpleApps

    Rain Recorder is an app for logging and charting your daily rainfall…

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jal.simplerainrecorder

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  2. TimGuest 6 years ago

    I like AccuWeather although its size is somewhat big.

  3. Jamie MartinGuest 6 years ago

    Yeah you left out AccuWeather, my favorite of the bunch.

  4. RoyGuest 6 years ago

    I have done a personal test of the most popular 10 weather apps as well and came to the conclusion that Weatherbug is probably the best one (although it needs to change it’s refresh-rate) for the average user (not consumer). It has long enough forecast, knows all my cities (even weird ones), has a nice UI AND a website (which you overlooked) http://weather.weatherbug.com/ (that ad that you mentioned brings you to it ;) )

    Also, Moxier World has a lot of potential!

  5. brandonGuest 6 years ago

    Yeah I like weather bug the best also.

  6. chancellorGuest 6 years ago

    Weather Channel is my favorite. I don’t like weather bug because it constantly refreshes based on your location. For this to happen, it uses the GPS which is not exactly kind to the battery. Anyway, Weather Channel is clean and cut for me.

  7. RonGuest 5 years ago

    FYI – The Weather Channel does have radar loop – touch the arrow (play) button right under the map (if radar, radar/clouds, or clouds map layer is selected)

  8. DeSGuest 5 years ago

    Accuweather also has loop

  9. Name (required)Guest 5 years ago

    I’d like to see an hourly temperature forecast for a diffault city in an app. Any of these have it?

  10. JCGuest 5 years ago

    the radar loop doesnt work on the android phone when you use accuweather. I have tried it many times it doesn’t loop, my friend has an android phone it doesn’t loop for him either.

  11. thomhGuest 5 years ago

    I’m a building contractor who works mostly in one area. I want relatively up to date radar loops without having to burn battery by having to turn on gps and wifi. Radar Now is good, but battery hog. Any suggestions?

    • mtoGuest 4 years ago

      Rainy Days is the best pure radar I’ve found

    • John CoryatGuest 4 years ago

      Radar Now! doesn’t require GPS. If you have the “Use wireless networks” option checked in the “Location & Security” tab, then Radar Now! will use that as the primary location service. The “Wireless network” location service is fast and efficient, usually taking less than five seconds.

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  13. adamGuest 5 years ago

    Iuse weatherbug. I have also dled and tested all of the weather apps and have found that weatherbug is the best for me. All of the radar imagery for the apps is disappointing. However get RAINY DAYS! It is the best by far for radar. Rainydays out beats radar now by a long shot.

    • AnonymousGuest 2 years ago

      Weird way of saying this ” I have also dled and tested all of the weather apps”
      ===
      |
      Does that say DIED? Please proofread before you post something

  14. MaxGuest 5 years ago

    Any application that doesn’t use METRIC is simply and plain STUPID.
    Fahrenheit, gallons, rocks, stones…. at least there should be an option to measure properly or the dumb rocks, inches and so on!

  15. RobertGuest 5 years ago

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  16. justinGuest 5 years ago

    my friend has one that it rains or storms or is sunny or cloudy etc on his phone which one is that?

  17. Animated Weather for Android – Weather forecast application. The exquisitely realistic video effects of cloudiness, rain and snow provide the vivid sensation of current or future weather conditions for more than 50000 locations over the world.

    http://www.animated-weather.com/android/

    Video:

    • o0RaidR0oGuest 4 years ago

      I used to use Palmary weather, it did everything layers, 15-day forecast, etc. Except it bombed out on me when came to my city in texas. After awhile it just wouldn’t find my city, regardless if I used zip or name.

      So just want to thank you Geezer giving us a heads up on Animated Weather Pro. Not only do I want functionality but I want my eye candy as well :)

  18. Animated WeatherGuest 5 years ago

    Animated Weather Forecast for Android
    Android Weather Forecast Has Never Been So Realistic !

    Animated Weather Free/Pro – Weather forecast application for Android phones. The exquisitely realistic video effects of cloudiness, rain and snow provide the vivid sensation of current or future weather conditions for more than 50000 locations over the world. Animated Weather Application is available in Free and Pro versions.

  19. MorzanGuest 4 years ago

    Animated Weather for Android – Weather forecast application. The exquisitely realistic video effects of cloudiness, rain and snow provide the vivid sensation of current or future weather conditions for more than 50000 locations over the world.

    http://www.weather-android.com/

    Video:

    • o0RaidR0oGuest 4 years ago

      Been trying animated weather over the last couple of days, its not very accurate. Looks really cool, but it was showing sunny, when it was over cast and foggy. Which kinda renders it useless.

  20. TomGuest 4 years ago

    I personnaly like “witiz weather” a lot, much more appealing UI than all the others!

  21. RobinGuest 4 years ago
  22. welbyGuest 4 years ago

    One of Weather channels biggest problems with their app is the ridiculous notifications. It will bug you with the most pointless alerts constantly and there’s no way to shut it off. Oh sure, I’ve changed the settings, but the app just ignores what I told it. Even if I disable alerts, I was still getting notifications about something as simple as rain. I uninstalled it because of this. I’ve been on the hunt for something to replace it and will try some of the suggestions here. Thanks all.

  23. PoemagicGuest 4 years ago

    This is an awesome app!! Animated Weather for Android – Weather forecast application. The exquisitely realistic video effects of cloudiness, rain and snow provide the vivid sensation of current or future weather conditions for more than 50000 locations over the world.

    http://www.weather-android.com/

    Video:

  24. GeezerGuest 4 years ago

    Animated Weather for Android – Weather forecast application. The exquisitely realistic video effects of cloudiness, rain and snow provide the vivid sensation of current or future weather conditions for more than 50000 locations over the world.

    http://www.weather-android.com/

    Video:

  25. RaphaelGuest 4 years ago

    What I really would find useful is a app that would tell me which schools are closed at heavy snow emergencys. I think there is a lot of room for improvement with all weather apps. I have tried more than 10 different apps and all deserves some changes.

  26. ZetaGuest 4 years ago

    the most annoying thing about Animated Weather Free/Pro is that on forums like this you get heaps of people pasting in their blurb, because you get the pro version for free if you spam with their product press release

  27. BossGuest 4 years ago

    I’ve got one simple question which android weather app that is free and doesn’t use alot of battery life?
    all suggestion will be appreciated.

  28. RossGuest 4 years ago

    beautifull weather application
    Animated Weather for Android – Weather forecast application. The exquisitely realistic video effects of cloudiness, rain and snow provide the vivid sensation of current or future weather conditions for more than 50000 locations over the world.

    http://www.weather-android.com/

    Video:

  29. Daniel LaabsGuest 4 years ago
  30. Name (required)Guest 4 years ago

    I have used the my-cast app in the past, and have enjoyed the amount of information provided re forecasts, doppler radar views, and lightning strikes. The my-cast developers also have an app for pilots. The $3.99 monthly fee was nominal, in light of the amount of information provided.

  31. nestorGuest 4 years ago

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  32. John CoryatGuest 4 years ago

    Radar Now! is by far the fastest and most up to date radar only app there is on the Android market. If you only want to see a radar loop for your area and want it fast by pressing a single button, then Radar Now! is your only choice.

  33. Does this have a monthly charge?Guest 4 years ago

    Does this have a monthly charge?

  34. SteveGuest 4 years ago

    I recently moved from a Black Berry to a Samsung android. The only thing I miss with the BB was the weather app. BerryWeather. It was absolutely great. As a truck driver, having access to currant weather and radar for exactly where you are is invaluable. The GPS location really works. I could quickly put in all the cities that I would be going through and that information was also right there as I needed it. Very simple and extremely effective. Now I’m having a problem finding an app that will do what BerryWeather could do. Oh yeah, this app is only available for BB phones. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Steve R-C

    • dannyGuest 3 years ago

      Try GO Weather. It’ll allow you to easily put in different cities and gives good info on each one. Just swipe across to change cities.

  35. samGuest 4 years ago

    Animated Weather for Android – Weather forecast application. The exquisitely realistic video effects of cloudiness, rain and snow provide the vivid sensation of current or future weather conditions for more than 50000 locations over the world.

    http://www.weather-android.com/

    Video:

  36. bryan allenGuest 4 years ago

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  37. gailGuest 4 years ago

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  38. I got the WeatherBug Pro when it was free on Amazon App Store a few weeks ago. I prefer the video weathercast on The Weather Channel’s better as it’s more local. WeatherBug’s video is national. I like the fact that WB displays the temp on my home screen as well as weather alerts. Maybe it’s me, but TWC seems kinda crashy.

  39. Also, the WB Follow Me was pretty cool. I drove from Indianapolis back to Lakeland, FL, a few weeks ago, and WB kept updating to my current location when I got my phone out.

  40. anasGuest 4 years ago
  41. DodallGuest 4 years ago

    Animated weather is spyware and it crashes your phone.

  42. MarkGuest 4 years ago

    I was looking around for a reliable weather app for my Driod 3. I’m not necessarily interested in fancy animated features, but more so on reliable multi-day and hourly forecasts. Has anyone tried Animated Weather Pro?

    Here is the link:

    Animated Weather for Android – Weather forecast application. The exquisitely realistic video effects of cloudiness, rain and snow provide the vivid sensation of current or future weather conditions for more than 50000 locations over the world.

    http://www.weather-android.com/

    Video:

  43. marioGuest 3 years ago

    hi, there is an APP for android that uses the NDFD (national digital Forecast database) api to show weather hazards and advisory on a map

    https://market.android.com/details?id=com.al1ta.ndfs

  44. Mdeva EvansGuest 3 years ago

    Blah, blah, blah – there’s only ONE real criterion, and it ABSOLUTELY eliminates The Weather Channel from the discussion: I want an app that is right more than 50% of the time.

    So? Are there any apps out there that can forecast way out to, oh, say 2 hours?

  45. Android NewsGuest 3 years ago

    can this apps work on all version of Android??

  46. SueGuest 3 years ago

    Need to find weather app I apparently uninstalled. Cool feature was tap 1x from home screen to get current temp; tap 2x to go to forecast. Can’t find it & I reallye loved it! Was perfect for what I want from weather app. Thanks.

  47. where the fuckGuest 3 years ago

    where the F…. is the download link !!!

  48. sergeGuest 3 years ago

    Animated Weather for Android – Weather forecast application. The exquisitely realistic video effects of cloudiness, rain and snow provide the vivid sensation of current or future weather conditions for more than 50000 locations over the world.

    http://www.weather-android.com/

    Video:

  49. PietroGuest 3 years ago

    Hey guys, I’ve just found a new android weather application and like it a lot:
    http://www.android-weather.com

    It’s called Weather Services, comes with a Free and PRO version, but the Free is full of features, withoud Ads and it’s an eye candy. 5 stars!

  50. MikeGuest 3 years ago

    iMap Weather seems the way to go, Shows maps in loops. Accu weather has an animate button, but it does not work. The Weather channel also does not loop. I like to see whats headed my way.

  51. bhaveshGuest 3 years ago

    can u give me this appication codes…
    Ex : java and xml files…

  52. androidGuest 3 years ago

    try also something new – android weather widget by weather services – http://www.android-weather.com. a lot of useful options, personalizable, simple.

  53. Paul DGuest 2 years ago

    Another great Android weather radar program is Tempest Weather Radar. It has both animated radar over Google maps and forecast data from weather underground.

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tempestweatherradar

  54. SimpleAppsGuest 1 year ago

    Rain Recorder is an app for logging and charting your daily rainfall…

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jal.simplerainrecorder

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