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Really clean and simple user experience. It immediately shows the “feels like” weather without hiding it which is really helpful. I like how it breaks down day vs night weather. (Dark sky doesn’t do that right now so sometimes I dress for rain that won’t start till 10pm). It also shows the full week in the homepage view so I don’t need to search. It’s perfect for my needs: deciding what to wear in the morning, deciding if I want to bike to work or drive, and deciding if I want to order delivery or walk out for lunch. The weather “story” feature is easy to understand and plan with, too.
I’m a new user & will update this as I’ve used it more First Impressions: Easy to understand Clean Weather Story is tedious. There’s no obvious way to exit the ‘slide show’. I discovered that if you tap on the screen while the story is running it will advance to the next ‘bookmark’ instantly. You can essentially fast forward through the entire story this way until you get to the last bookmark in the last slide at which point it won’t advance to the end & runs at it’s normal speed until the story ends. Then you’re stuck with a full screen story slide that just sits there until you fiddle long enough to figure out how to exit on your own. To end the story you swipe the image on the screen up toward the top of your device. BUT if you swipe down or forward (toward the left) the image on the screen just bounces but doesn’t exit. If you swipe backwards (toward the right) the story goes back to the last slide & you have to wait to get to the end of the story again. Tedious. There needs to be an “x” in the upper corner which is the recognizable symbol to close or exit a running event or alternatively a tutorial to explain how to advance, rewind & exit the story. 3 stars because the developer didn’t bother to explain this & leaves the user to figure it out on their own.
First of all I appreciate the concept of this app and also am impressed by how they collect the weather information. I was disappointed in that all the notifications that I Asfoor never came before it storms. In reading other reviews here I see that is fairly common. I’m not sure why something so basic would not have already been fixed. I think it’s unlikely that it is just my hat when I read similar reviews. The other thing that is mind-boggling to me is that there are no alerts pending bad weather from the National Weather Service etc. I would imagine that many are using this as there are only weather source and their safety could be in peril by not being informed of potential disasters ahead. I look forward to seeing the Much needed corrections. I see that they have a business out, I’m wondering if they get the National Weather Service warnings.
ClimaCell app is a very well thought out app and has a nice layout. It’s nice to see what the weather will be more locally, rather that regionally, it’s easier to plan your day (although weather can be unpredictable). I would love to see the ability at some point, to work with the Apple Watch or other smartphone compatible watches! Overall, thoroughly enjoy this app! Great job!
I am in the smack dab middle of Texas where High Pressure sits overhead most of July-August causing 100+ degree temps with 0% chance of rain. This newly installed app is showing 50% chance of rain in two days. No weather apps I have nor local forecasters have rain coming near where I live for 7 days. I checked another location in Texas where I frequently visit. The app is saying it’s 25 degrees cooler than the previous night. It’s always 85-88 degrees at night during the summer. Summer time weather in south/central Texas is so predictable hot/humid and no rain. Any idiot could be a weather forecaster this time of year in Texas. This app was a joke from the very minute I downloaded it. DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME! Cannot accurately forecast the most predictable weather in the world!
Developed by The Tomorrow Companies, Inc.
Tomorrow.io: Weather Forecast is ranking in Weather & Lifestyle
Last update was at Sep 06, 2021and the current version is 2.4.0.
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Tomorrow.io: Weather Forecast have a 27 428a user reviews.