You’d think that glancing on your phone to see the weather forecast for the day is the easiest thing in the world. But with so many weather apps on the market, it’s hard to choose a good one. The newly rebranded Weather Up app appears to be The Weather App of the month. Thanks to the new features, it seems to respond to most users’ needs.
What’s Weather Up?
Formerly known as Weather Atlas, the app’s undergone a complete 180 transformation this month. And the new design created with iPhone X in mind is only a small part of it. The most important new feature is the window to everything you want to know about the weather conditions on your chosen day.
Make Weather Up work for you
Whether you want to schedule a summer BBQ on a sunny afternoon, hope to ensure that the upcoming snowstorm doesn’t affect your route to work or are desperate for a bright and breezy wedding day – Weather Up can help you. The premise of the app is synchronization with your calendar to show you the weather on the days of your scheduled events.
You can customize the app to your heart’s content, make it show you what you want to know. Enable or disable notifications, switch locations in two taps, save locations and choose the layout that you like. The easy-to-use interface makes a big difference.
Weather Up is free in the iTunes app store, but there is a Weather Pro version, for $9.99 a year or $1.99 a month. It requires an iOS 11 or later. Unfortunately, not all features are available outside the US – but it won’t be a surprise if the app takes off and is successful enough for further localization.
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