WeathrClip is a small weather application that resides in the menu bar of your Mac. The popover provides current weather conditions, 5 day forecast data, hourly forecast, and an animated radar of your current location or user defined location. WeathrClip features high quality icons to support retina screens. And don't forget that WeathrClip is also available for the iPhone. All weather data provided by the Weather Underground.
Website --> www.weathrclip.com
Email --> email@example.com
Thank you for your purchase and enjoy!
Update code base to macOS 10.12 and newer. Replace "Launch at System Login" with instructions to manually add WeathrClip to the Login Items in System Preferences.
Ratings and Reviews
Great, except for the not opening at startup, despite checkbox in setting
This is a nice looking and very helpful app to have on your top menu. A quick glance to get the temperature, and one click to see more info, a few days of forecast, and current radar. Just what I need.
The only problem is that most times when I go to look for the temperature it isn’t there, because I restarted my computer at some point and the app didn’t launch at login. I checked the settings,and sure enough, there is a check box for launch at startup, but whether you check it or not, it makes no difference. You have to manually launch this each time you start your computer. I am going to try to find a way to include this with start up options via some other method. I will now wish myself luck in that endeavor...
Love it but two requests
I love the app i really. Its probably the nicest most useful (shows everything i need in one panel) weather app I’ve ever used. That being said I’d like to see two things added for 5 stars.. 1- some sort of severe weather alerts and 2- a pin showing your current or favorite locations on the radar map… When you are getting a lot of bad weather its hard to see on the map exactly where you are in it and not being able to zoom means you can just pop in closer. other than that though great job!
Great UI, Radar
There’s nothing like it. I like the UI, the ability to have radar at a glance. Weather underground really does work for local conditioins from what I’ve found. One quirk is that I sometimes can’t get the hourly to work unless I restart. I see someone mentioned startup has issues for them but always works for me on High Sierra.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.