Get detailed weather information, as well as forecasts with Weather+ for Windows PhoneWritten by Hammad Saleem on January 16, 2014 - 05:12AM @hammadsalim
If you're on a look out of a simple and easy-to-use weather application for your Windows Phone handset, stop your search and take a look at Weather+ application for Windows Phone.
The application comes with a very simple and intuitive interface, helping users find out all the required information about their local weather in the simplest possible way. It's all separated using panels, just swipe from left to right or vice versa to move between panels. The most interesting feature of the application is gestures support. For instance, you can view a 10-day forecast on a single page by pinching in on any forecast page. For those of you who are still confused, you will see a tutorial on how to get used to the application when you launch it for the first time.
The application is capable of displaying current, hourly and 10-day forecast for most of the locations worldwide, but the radar features is only accessible by users based in the United States.
"Weather+ is the most advanced weather application on Windows Phone. Instead of pouring weather into different pages, Weather+ puts all of the weather in separate panels. The current observation goes in the current panel, and each day of the ten day forecast has its own panel. You can flick up, down, left, and right to see different panels. If you want to see the ten day forecast on one page, you can pinch in on any forecast panel (like zooming out on a picture)," the app description reads.
The application is free to download, but users who are looking for some extra features can purchase the premium version of the app for $1.99 via an in-app purchase. Here's the list of extra features you can enjoy after paying $1.99:
- Live tile (all three sizes, w/ radar on medium and large)
- Customize weather icons (choose between three themes or choose your own)
- Alert Toast Notifications (custom EAS sound for Update 3+ users, can be disabled in settings)
What are you waiting for? Head over to the Windows Phone Store and download Weather+ for Windows Phone.