Hey MIUI Fans,
Knowing the weather is something that we all pretty much need to know. Smartphone weather apps and weather widgets have been steadily improving over the years. They work better, have more detailed and accurate information, and the weather widgets look better with whatever theme you happen to be using. Here are the best weather apps and weather widgets currently available on Android.
1.1Weather: Widget Forecast Radar
1Weather by OneLouder Apps has been around for a long time and is not only one of the most popular weather apps on this list, but also one of the highest rated. It comes with your standard features like your daily and hourly forecast along with access to additional information.
There are also some weather widgets available. The design is crisp and clean. It also comes with Android Wear support, weather tracking for up to 12 cities, and has support for 25 languages. All of the features come in the free version. You can also pay $0.99 to remove advertising.
2.AccuWeather: Local Weather Forecast & Live Alerts
Accuweather by Accuweather.com is one of the more solid weather apps. It features the basics, including extended forecasts, hourly forecasts, and the like. Other features include radar, Android Wear support, and more. It also includes a MinuteCast feature.
It predicts rain on a minute-by-minute basis. The app itself looks pretty good. The widgets are serviceable. It's one of the better all-around weather apps.
3.Awesome Weather - YoWindow
YoWindow Weather is one of the more unique weather apps. It's quite flashy. You can move your finger across the UI to see the weather at any given point in the day. It also covers the basics fairly well. It's not as powerful as some weather apps.
However, simplicity has its benefits as well. This is a great weather app for those who need something simple but also still looks good. You can pick up the app for free to try out most of the features. The paid version goes for $2.99. It's a reasonable price for what you're getting.
4.Dark Sky - Hyperlocal Weather
Dark Sky had a rough start on Android. It received backlash for being among the first weather apps to have a subscription. Especially since the iOS version doesn't. Aside from the small bit of controversy, the app is actually pretty awesome.
It features one of the better radars that we’ve seen and it has up-to-the-minute forecast updates. There are also weather widgets if you happen to need those. You can try out the premium version for free and you can use it for free without a subscription as long as you don’t mind fewer features.
Google Assistant isn't one of the usual weather apps. It can show you weather, though. You simply ask Google for the forecast. You can ask for the current weather, weather alerts, and more. Just click on the weather card to get additional info on the web.
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It doesn't have a lot of the features as these other weather apps. However, it's excellent for quick checks. It's also entirely free. The app comes pre-installed on most Android devices as well.
6.MyRadar NOAA Weather Radar
MyRadar is a simple app that shows you a weather radar. It has a full range of features, including the ability to play animations so you can see if the rain is coming or going. The app itself is simple but you can buy additional feature as in-app purchases.
Some of the additional features include a hurricane tracker and additional radar features. It works best as a combination with a normal weather app. It's free to download with optional in-app purchases.
So, Which Weather App Do You Like Most?
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