Don't-Miss Weather software Stories
After eight months without a major update, the Dark Sky Company's weather app is back and better than ever.
Forecast.io is not only a great way to view your real-time and weekly weather forecast; it's one of the best Web app implementations I've ever seen.
The Horizon calendar app for the iPhone offers a little something extra, and it’s a beauty: The weather.
We put three programmable thermostats to the test to find out which is the most powerful, flexible, likely to reduce your energy bill.
The Netatmo Weather Station is pricey, but it's a very slick device that lets you monitor your hyper-local weather conditions from your iOS devices. With modern design, good accuracy, and an easy-to-use iOS app, it makes it simple and fun to check the current weather, as well as to record and view weather data over time.
These iOS apps can help you track changing weather conditions and formulate a plan in the event of a natural disaster.
Most weather apps add more features to get you to ditch the built-in iOS offering. Solar takes the opposite approach with a minimalist, but eye-catching use of color.
Lots of apps can tell you the temperature and the forecast. But these iPhone and iPad offerings put their own unique spin on the weather.
WeatherMin provides an elegant display for keeping tabs on your local weather.
Weathermob is a simple and unique weather app that makes talking about the weather fun again.
When snow is in the forecast, these apps can tell you whether to expect a winter wonderland or something far more severe.
With at-a-glance temperatures and extensive data, this app improves slightly upon the built-in Weather app on the iPhone and iPod touch. For the iPad, it's a great low-cost, high-value addition if you're looking for a weather widget.
Whether on the iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch, this app, which provides time, temperature, humidity, and precipitation forecasts, is beautiful and well-designed.