With the weather changing daily, today we will see 5 free weather forecast apps for Android and iOS so you don’t get caught unprepared. The applications we will see are completely free, with some having ads inside or offering purchase packages or subscriptions. Let’s go see our own proposals.
The Weather Channel
If you do not want the beautiful graphics and crazy information of AccuWeather, The Weather Channel application offers the simplest initial, with the temperature and felt temperature at the top, along with the forecast for the day below. This does not mean that it does not offer additional information, such as wind, humidity, and even UV indicator, but it is the simplest and easiest application you can find.
Weather & radar
The Weather & radar application offers weather forecast per hour or day, bad weather warnings and forecast for weather trends for the next 14 days. In addition, it offers “live” photo updates, while you can also upload your own photos to inform other users about the weather.
The reliable solution for many users for years, AccuWeather reports information such as felt temperature, wind information, bad weather notifications and humidity. Together, you can see exactly what time the sunrise or sunset takes place, with minimal ads within the free app.
What could be simpler than entering the application, having a beautiful background of the sky at the place you want at that time and having direct information. Yahoo’s weather app does just that, and you can put as many cities as you want for instant updates. In addition, it offers information on wind and pressure, as well as rain, in front of a beautiful blurred background.
A very smart weather application with detailed information is WeatherBug. The application is constantly updated to present you live all the changes that exist. In addition, you can see forecasts of bad weather, lightning or στ tornadoes, although in Greece we may not need it. Although it has valid forecasts and perhaps the fastest alerts, unfortunately the application does not support Greek.
These were our choices for 5 free weather apps. Tell us in the comments which one you use and if we missed a good application.
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