Your brain processes images 60,000x FASTER than text. SEE your forecast.
⁕ 3x "Apps we Love" by Apple
⁕ 44x #1 Weather app
⁕ "My primary weather app" – John Gruber of Daring Fireball
⊘ We never track your location in the background.
VISUAL LINE - Built for quick glances. Bold colors quickly show temperature, condition, and precipitation. See 48 hours, 8 days, or 12 months. Available Worldwide.
SUPER ACCURATE - Dark Sky super accurate weather data (19 different sources!) and hyperlocal rain prediction.
HYPER LOCAL RAIN PREDICTION - State of the art rain forecasting down to the minute in the US, UK, Ireland, parts of Canada, and Puerto Rico. Powered by Dark Sky.
MONTHLY AVERAGES - Average temperatures, precipitation, rain days, snow days, and more for any location in the world. Perfect for travel planning.
SEVERE WEATHER WARNING REPORTS - NOAA severe weather alerts in app, in US & UK only (not push notifications).
▸ Cities, zip codes, or airport codes
▸ "Feels Like" temperature
▸ High, Low, and Average temperatures
▸ Chance of Precipitation (rain, snow, or sleet)
▸ Wind speed and direction
▸ Dew Point (not avail on 5/5s/SE)
▸ UV Index (not avail on 5/5s/SE)
▸ Sunrise time
▸ Sunset time
▸ Avg High and Low temp for each month (plan your vacation!)
▸ Average Total Rainfall for each month
▸ Average Daily rainfall for each month
▸ Monthly Snow days (skiing!)
▸ Monthly Dry days
▸ Monthly Fog days
BATTERY AND STORAGE OPTIMIZED
▸ Save space on your phone - super small app size (0.0016 GB)
⊘ NO background location tracking. Ever.
Email with any questions!
Preparations for the next evolution of Weather Line.
Ratings and Reviews
FINALLY, iPhone X support...but the weather data is still unreliable with no option to use alternate sources.
Edit: Hi Ryan, Yes, since the launch of the iPhone app store in July of 2008 I have used and reviewed a few weather apps. Your app has been my favorite for many years however, I’m growing tired of being let down for missing temperature and rain forecasts. During a recent trip to Cooperstown, NY Weatherline reported cloudy and low 50s the whole weekend when actually it was several days of rain and low 40s. It frequently misses the mark at home in CO.
While Dark Sky data is very useful for near time forecasting, I found it is notoriously horrible with forecasts several days out. This is consistent across my travels on either US coast and through the mid-west. I’m surprised you haven’t encountered this. So far, Weather Underground’s service has been consistently on the mark. I use Carrot Weather now and pay extra for the WU service but much prefer the presentation from Weatherline. Carrot Weather offers an Apple Watch complication so that’s another plus.
Hey DakotaMilkshakes, looks like you've reviewed a wide number of weather apps with the same type of input. If it's not too much trouble would you share your general location so I can look into the data accuracy for you? What data provider seems accurate there? EDIT: Thanks for letting me know it's mostly Colorado. Carrot's developer and I talk often and I'm looking into using WU...although their API and documentation is absolutely horrible he says. Whether we can add it will depend on how well v2.0 does. Also as you noted it's more expensive. Not saying we won't do it, just agreeing. To help I'd really need more accurate info about location. Can you email via settings?
Nice presentation, unreliable data refresh
This app has the best (for me) representation of weather data amongst the 5+ that I’ve tried. However, I keep getting burned by out-of-date information being displayed by the app as current. For example, it’s currently 59 degrees where I am (based on other data sources and feel) but the app (widget and in-app) report a temperature of 49 degrees. Neither force restarting the app nor deleting and recreating my location within the app help. I started keeping the widgets for both this app and the default weather app next to each other as a warning for when things get out of sync. This has made me realize that the issue is more pervasive than I’d originally realized. I’m still rating highly because I think this is an iOS issue rather than something app specific. You really need to cross check two weather apps to see if you are getting up to date information.
I found a winner. I’ve bought so... many weather apps trying to be clever, fancy, slow UI, and show complex representations- that make it hard to get a sense of the weather at a glance. This app displays the crux of absolutely everything on a single page with NO vertical scrolling. It gives me verbal text of the incoming rain or snow, and how much. It gives me HOURLY weather for the next few hours in such a easy to understand way. Some apps give the graph in increments of 2 hours. In a click, I can see the days view. All the rest like the wind, and real feel is always on the bottom. That’s all I look at. I can know all this in maybe 5 seconds flat. The way it displays its temp graph for the hours and days is also very easy to get used to since it’s what we’ve more or less been seeing on the weather channels for years. This developer really nailed it.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.