By Wolfgang Augustin
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
You never got a quicker and better overview of the weather for the next 7 days. At one glance you see on which days and times of the day it will be sunny, raining or really cloudy. Separate overviews show you a heat map of the week, cloudiness, rain and rain intensity, wind and humidity.
"Get beautiful forecasts with Week Weather. You've not seen a weather forecast like this. It takes imagination and creativity to stand out with a weather app, but developer Wolfgang Augustin has done just that with Week Weather."
"Week Weather for iPhone is a new app that lets you view your current and upcoming weather quickly. The app provides an information-rich, yet easy-to-read outlook on a week's worth of weather."
"Week Weather is a slick app that brings a new approach to the forecast. If you want a fast app that provides a good overview of the next seven days, then Week Weather is one to check out."
The "crash upon launch" some users experienced should be resolved.
In case you still experience such an issue, please do the following:
Delete the app and reinstall it
Upon launch disallow access to location services for Week Weather
(You can disable / enable access to location services for Week Weather also in the main settings app)
With Week Weather it’s easy to answer questions like: Which evening will be good for a barbecue? When can I enjoy a nice breeze to go surfing? When will it be really sunny?
To see current weather conditions just swipe down. A map with live temperature readings from Netatmo Weather Stations is also shown (available on iPhone 5 or newer but not on iPhone 4S or iPad).
Or check detailed future weather conditions by tapping the box for the day and time. The forecast is broken into several time periods per day.
You can choose between the following units:
Temperature: Celsius and Fahrenheit
Precipitation: mm/h and inch/h
Wind speed: m/s, km/h, mph, knots and Beaufort
12-hour and 24-hour mode for the timeline
Weather data are provided by the Norwegian Meteorological Institute and Open Weather Map. You can switch the weather source at any time and find out which one is more accurate for your location.
(Availability of data cannot be guaranteed)
What's New in Version 1.1
We added a new data source to Week Weather: Open Weather Map.
You have the choice between the Norwegian Meteorological Institute and Open Weather Map now. You can switch the weather source at any time and find out which one is more accurate for your location.
We also added actual live temperature readings for the forecast location. "Current conditions" now include a map with live temperature data from Netatmo Weather Stations (visible on iPhone 5 or newer but not on iPhone 4S or iPad).
* New support system with knowledge base
* Various bug fixes
Working after reinstall
Website instructions to reinstall and turn off location worked. An interesting summary of a week's weather. Looks accurate in Pennsylvania.
Unique and very useful design
This app gives you a very unusual, but exceptionally useful overview of a week's worth of weather. I recommend it highly!