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I’ve been on the lookout for new weather apps for quite a while. Why? Because I haven’t found that I really, truly love. That might have changed with Weather Underground, which I feel could very well become the best weather app for android.
Right off the bat, you’ll notice the great design of the app. It screams high quality, which is something we don’t often see on Android, especially without looking too iPhone-ish. Weather Underground gets it done nicely with a clean and simple interface that makes it easy to get to the things you’d want to see most. Watch my review below and let me know if you feel the same.
Simple layout that shows you the most relevant data
Key features to track weather for your towns
Considered to be one of the most accurate weather services
No widget (though it does offer a temperature notification bar)
Not very many settings, though I haven’t found a case where I really need any additional settings
Brent Klauck, or djR3Z as he is known around the web, is a 21 year old tech, social media and life enthusiast. He is the founder of The Droid Demos and collects hobbies in his spare time, whenever that is.
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