Weather Up is your window into current weather conditions. See layers of weather info right on the map, with forecast data available at a glance. The list lets you quickly check the weather in all your favorite locations.
All the weather info you need:
• Event Forecasts let you keep tabs on the weather for upcoming calendar events
• Hourly and 10-day forecast
• Weather map with radar, clouds, and lots more
• Beautiful, easy to understand icons for all weather conditions
• Notification Center widgets to quickly check the weather
Weather Up doesn’t overload you with info or waste space. It shows you everything you want to know and gets out of the way, so you will be prepared, whatever the weather.
Designed to be simple, powerful, and beautiful:
• See current conditions in all saved locations at once
• Switch locations in two taps
• Share the forecast and map easily
• Choose icon styles that make the app your own
Information about Weather Up Pro subscriptions:
- Monthly and Yearly subscriptions are available.
- Payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase.
- Your subscription will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current subscription period.
- Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current subscription period. Automatic renewals will cost the same price you were originally charged for the subscription.
- You can manage your subscriptions and turn off auto-renewal by going to your Account Settings on the App Store after purchase.
- Bug fixes and additional enhancements
Weather Atlas is now Weather Up! Much of the app has been re-written and we've added a few exciting new features, new weather icons, and even a new store to buy Weather Up merchandise.
• Event Forecasts
• International support
• Brand new weather icons
• Much improved card-based UI
• Merchandise store with support for Apple Pay
• Dates added to Hourly and 10 Day forecasts
• Improved map loading times
• Too many bug fixes and additional enhancements to list
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Ratings and Reviews
Super hyped about the possibilities of this app. I paid for the ad free version so I could see my appointments and the weather together. Needless to say I have yet to see one local appointment synced with my iPhone Calendar. I wasted my money and $10 for an app is ridiculous. I’m very let down
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Good, but should be better…
This app now has a new name and a couple improvements, but the rest of the disappointments remain. First, the good…
The radar does now load faster and the new calendar-based weather feature is very clever. Unfortunately, that's it for improvements.
All the other disappointments mentioned below remain—and now come with a subscription price that is double before…
The watches and warnings are still using the same, non-standard colors. Only one set of watch/warnings are allowed at a time, so you can't have both a winter storm AND thunderstorm layer on at the same time. Tapping a watch/warning area still provides no info about it, such as its expiration time. The iPad UI annoyance mentioned below is less of an issue because the location panel now auto-collapses, but that also means more tapping to re-open it to see other locations or events, so that's kind of a wash.
Ultimately, it's basically the same app with a new name. One step forward thanks to the new calendar integration, but one step backwards with the subscription price after so much time and so little progress. Therefore, my original rating of 3 stars, sadly, still stands.
Weather Atlas is good but not great, and coming from this generally outstanding developer, that’s a bit of a disappointment. It’s undoubtedly the prettiest radar-centric weather app in the App Store, but that’s about where the greatness ends.
Radar data is very slow to load. Sometimes, especially on the iPhone, precipitation overlays slightly off from the map, making rain look closer/farther away than it is. The app still uses non-standard color-coding for watches and warnings, and it’s frustrating that only one watch/warning layer is allowed at a time, making some of the more useful layers mutually exclusive.
While the minimal UI is greatly appreciated, I wish on the iPad I could move the forecast panel to the lower right corner instead of its permanent home in the lower left – after all, most weather comes out of the west, so this panel often covers up the weather coming in, whereas I care less about the weather that’s already passed to the east, so covering that instead would be better.
My final criticism with this app has to do with the subscription. Unlike many, I don’t mind paying to support this app. $5/year is not much – if the app were great and if it were updated frequently. Unfortunately, neither is the case. Developers argue they need a subscription to constantly roll out updates, but this app is not updated terribly often and the flaws I listed above have remained since day one.
I want to love this app, and it’s not far from being great. I hope in the coming months, they’ll put some love into the UI/UX to take it to the next level.
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- 137.4 MB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
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- In-App Purchases
- Annual Pro Subscription $9.99
- Monthly Pro Subscription $1.99
- Annual Pro Subscription $9.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.