Weather Line App Adds Support for iPhone X and New Data

It’s crazy to think that it’s been over four years since the release of Weather Line app — the data-rich visual weather forecast app for iPhone. Today marks the release of Weather Line 1.9 — a free update that introduces some lovely bits for iPhone X users.

Along with full support for the iPhone X, this release also brings along Rain Amount and Cloud Cover stats to the app — both being exclusive to the iPhone X.

Other minor improvements include the ability to hide the precipitation panel in the absence of short term forecast, improved readability of ‘Add Location’ table, improved haptic feedback to temperature control and updated city list to prevent empty ‘null’ regions.

Weather Line 1.9 is available for $2.99 on the App Store.

Today Weather — A Beautiful Website for your Weather Forecast

Today Weather is a beautifully crafted weather website by Matt Birchler, who’s also behind the lovely iOS wallpapers for Firewatch. The site was designed to be fast, lean and easy to use and thanks to its responsive nature, it looks great on any modern device you browse it from. The information it displays is neatly structured, and even the charts look beautiful. It sources its data from the Dark Sky API, so it’s already got one of the best backends there is.

We’ve looked at many different weather apps here on Beautiful Pixels, but this is one website we urge you to check out.

3DWeather for Mac

It is always great to see how developers try and showcase their design with weather apps. 3DWeather by idea2inspire is a very interesting and good looking weather app for OS X. Unlike most weather apps for OS X that live in your menu bar, 3DWeather has a variety of options for you weather viewing pleasure. While 3DWeather is one of the [...]


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