Weather Forecast: UK at Google Play market analyse

App power index: 100 (based on ranks around App Stores today)

Developer: ID Mobile SA
Price: 0 free
Current version: 4.0.4, last update: 7 years ago
First release : 16 Jan 2024
App size: 4 Mb
4.4 ( 4304 ratings )
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> 2.2k
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~ $ 900
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**Now the highest rated weather app showing Met Office data! Many thanks to those who have taken the time to give a positive rating.Get right to the weather detail you want to see quickly and easily. Weather Forecast UK displays in a highly readable format the best quality UK weather forecast and radar data available (such as rainfall radar and surface pressure charts) sourced directly from the Met Office, one of the world leaders in weather forecasting. Customise the data just how you want to see it.
Weather Forecast: UK is fast, easy to use and accurate.
Features:* Five day detailed forecast in 1 hour time intervals (3 hours for longer term forecasts)* Forecast radar maps for rainfall, temperature, cloud cover and combined cloud and rain* 15 minute observation radar maps for rainfall, satellite (IR, visible and IR/rainfall), lightning and sea surface temperature* Severe weather warnings integrated into application and widgets* 24 different charts/graphs to visualize your weather data* 7 UK Mountain region specific forecasts* Fully customisable units on all data. Choose exactly how you want each unit to display.* Surface pressure chart stretching from mid-Atlantic to Eastern Europe* Home screen widgets available in 4 different sizes* Fast easy switching between multiple locations with recent location history* Sunrise and sunset times* Configurable display of data - show only what you want* Latest observation data from official Met Office observation locations* Textual forecast for up to 30 days* Move to SD Card option* Optimized for tablets and all devices in vertical or horizontal orientation
Google maps is used for rainfall radar and other map views. Data is available at many different zoom levels across multiple time steps with both recent observations and forecasts into the future. Radar data covers all of the UK and Ireland, while the surface pressure starts in the mid-Atlantic region stretching to Eastern Europe, going as far North as Iceland and as far South as Spain. Your current location is (optionally) overlaid on the map as well.
This application uses the latest up to date forecast data available from the Met Office for the entire United Kingdom (including England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) via access to almost 5,000 unique forecast locations. Configure the display for just the information you want to see including time, temperature, weather description, weather image, feels like temperature, wind direction, wind speed, wind gust, visibility, relative humidity, ultra violet index (UV) and air quality index.
Available configurable units includeTemperature: Celsius and FahrenheitWind: mph, kph, m/s, knots and BeaufortPressure: Hecopascal (hPa), Millibar (mb), Inches Mercury (in Hg) and Millimetres Mecury (mm Hg)Visibility: Kilometres, Metres, Miles, Feet and Descriptive text
Mountain area forecasts are available for the Brecon Beacons, East Highland, West Highland, Lake District, Peak District, Snowdonia and Yorkshire Dales and include detailed hazard and forecast information specific to the mountain areas.
Problems? Ideas for improvement? Feature request? Please contact me via the 'About' tab in the application's menu. If you do have a problem, please don't just leave negative feedback or rating. I can provide you much better support via email!
* This edition is the full premium edition with no ads, two premium version only widgets, and premium maps access with the ability to view future radar and chart forecasts.
Connect with Weather Forecast: UKOn Facebook: Twitter: @WeatherFrcst_UK
Note: Though this application uses MetOffice data, it is not an official Met Office application and the author has no affiliation or involvement with the Met Office.
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