Weathertron — Live Rain, Snow, Clouds & Temperatures
By Keming Labs
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
** Featured by Apple, New York Times, Wired, Fast Company, and more! **
Weathertron is a live infographic of the entire day’s weather. See exactly what to expect from every hour of the day — clouds, rain, snow, and temps — on one screen. Unlike most apps, it's powered by 16 different weather data sources, statistically aggregated and weighted, so you always have the most accurate results for your location.
Quickly tell if you should wear a sweater this morning, or if your softball game will be rained out tonight. Weathertron makes it dead simple to plan your whole day around the weather.
"Super-Smart Weather App" -- Wired Magazine
"Just the right balance of beauty and functionality. [Our] new favorite weather app." -- ZDNet
"Weathertron is one of the best weather apps I've used on my iPhone." -- TUAW
"So impressed by how good the Weathertron UI is. Everything you want to see at a glance. Very Tufte." -- Ryan Singer, 37Signals
— Unique 24-hour weather visualizations for today and tomorrow
— 7-day forecast visual report and narrative summary
— Weather forecasts for over 15,000 cities around the world
— Advanced aggregated data using 16 different weather models
— Choose between Fahrenheit and Celsius and 12-hour or 24-hour time
What's New in Version 1.0.8
Fixed an issue with the weekly narrative forecast not appearing under iOS 9.
Best visualization of weather data!
We have all tried dozens of weather apps. I have several on my phone now. But this is the one I check first thing everyday. The way that is displays the data with graphics instead of listing data is inspired. I can take all important data in with just a glance.
I would be really bummed if it went away.
Thanks for creating it!
do NOT complicate a fantastic app
minimalist perfection, plz keep it simple - after what? 3 years, I still rely on this very well-designed and useful app. Excellent for answering that eternal question: "Will it be raining in DC when we land?"
I'm glad to see people up there that still care for good visuals. Excellent job presenting the information in a very simple, and efficient way. Well done!