• @alarratt
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    6022 days ago

    I don’t even know who you are

  • @wellee
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    1922 days ago

    Wait you have a weather app you like? None of mine are remotely accurate

    • @GreyfoxsolidOP
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      521 days ago

      Nothing really compares to what Dark Sky was, but MyRadar is as close as I could find and I’ve tried all the major and some not so major apps on the Google Play store.

      • @DanglingFury
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        120 days ago

        Can’t find a forecast as good as wunderground and can’t find a radar as good as myradar. They live side by side on my phone

    • edric
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      422 days ago

      Wunderground has been the most accurate for me. You can also narrow the forecast down to your zip code.

      • @Ejh3k
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        222 days ago

        I’ve been using it for at least 15 years at this point, and my job relies on accurate forecasts.

    • @HydrogenLine
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      221 days ago

      The weather channel app has some pretty good widgets. No adds on the widgets either

    • Fushuan [he/him]
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      121 days ago

      Any app that works with the Spanish weather provider will have the best predictions possible for me, it’s sad that most don’t let you swap providers.

    • @Iamdanno
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      320 days ago

      I love breezy weather, but the widget has stopped updating since the last OS update. I’ve tried all of the stuff to prevent killing background apps. Anyone know a fix?

    • 𝒎𝒂𝒏𝒊𝒆𝒍
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      21 days ago

      Breezy Weather all the way, also like Flowx app for it’s easy to read and condensed whole week chart also available at a widget, name and icon looks like period taking app but believe me it’s a weather app, shame it’s not open source

  • @Meltrax
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    1322 days ago

    This is a shit meme, dude.

  • Deconceptualist
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    Yeah MyRadar is the only app that seems to give me a reasonably accurate forecast in Ohio. I block ads and mostly look at the actual radar though.

    Wunderground went to crap and I’ve really tried to like Shadow Weather but it’s wrong too often. Meteo Weather Widget is decent but not as useful to me as radar.

    • @GreyfoxsolidOP
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      421 days ago

      I’ve tried the majority of the weather apps on the android app store, and they’re all just mediocre compared to MyRadar.

      Then again, MyRadar is mediocre compared to what Dark Sky was. What an unfortunate situation with that app being bought by Apple and turned into WeatherKit or whatever. That was the best weather app, hands down.

      • @Psychodelic
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        121 days ago

        I’ve stuck with today weather. I never even tried another one after that

      • @EmpathicVagrant
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        121 days ago

        Hah I remember using Weather Underground before I landed with My Radar.

        Now I’m never going anywhere else until someone acquires MR and ruins it.

    • @DanglingFury
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      120 days ago

      How do you get forecast on my radar, only has radar for me.

      • @DanglingFury
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        120 days ago

        O shit is was a layer on the radar. Tdil

      • Deconceptualist
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        120 days ago

        Pull down the shade at the top where it has your location and a basic 2-day forecast. Then if you scroll down you can see an hourly as well as a detailed 10-day forecast.

  • @KrapKake
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    721 days ago

    Gross, much prefer Wx, Breezy Weather and sometimes RadarOmega to watch severe weather outbreaks.

    • Obinice
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      221 days ago

      That looks pretty useless unless you live in whatever country there based in though, which certainly isn’t the UK.

    • @Glifted
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      121 days ago

      The only weather app as far as I am concerned. Just give me the facts, and hold the ads and BS

    • @GreyfoxsolidOP
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      121 days ago

      I like being alerted to weather events such as warnings and watches. I also like hyper local forecasts.

      • @[email protected]
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        221 days ago

        If you’re in the US (as Obinice pointed out), type your zipcode in the box in the top left and you’ve got your hyper local forecast and any relevant warnings and watches. I don’t care for or want extra notifications, so that’s a bit of a blindspot for me.

        Also, if you’re using firefox on android you can hit the 3 dots and “install” the zipcode specific forecast, which just gives you a shortcut to that page on your homescreen.

  • @blackfire
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    621 days ago

    Nobody has mentioned windy. It has multiple maps and multiple sources you can look through. Highly recommend

    • Chainweasel
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      221 days ago

      To add to this, very much the red icon windy app, not the blue one.

        • Chainweasel
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          421 days ago

          It’s a different app of the same name but it’s very much geared toward sporting weather than active weather.
          It’s probably great if you go sailing a lot or fly a plane, but it’s not the best for hourly weather and radar.
          They have the same name but it’s too very different experiences.
          The windy app with a red icon is far superior in my opinion.

    • @Buddahriffic
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      Yeah, I like the map view so much better than the way forecasts are usually given because it gives much better context. You can see the cold and warm fronts and the various storms in the area and watch the forecasts hone in on the truth as time passes and they need to rely less on intermediate forecasts as they get replaced with actual data.

  • @dexxen
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    221 days ago

    I really like Weawow. I can customize the weather source and display it without ads.

    • @[email protected]
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      I use Weawow as well and I like it. I really like the fact that I can use the NWS as my main source of information.

    • @[email protected]
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      120 days ago

      I made a small feature request one time and the dev was responsive and put it in the next update! it was lovely

    • @[email protected]
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      They’re not always correct, tho: recently checked it, it said smth like 14C which is supposed to be comfortable (yet it felt quite hot outside), then checked another provider – 18C (yeah, that’s closer).

  • @kosanovskiy
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    221 days ago

    I use Google since that has hourly. Couldn’t get that on breezy

    • @[email protected]
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      Just installed Breezy, it looks like only AccuWeather has hourly. Wanted to use some open source service but none of them know where Canada is apparently

    • @Mango
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      120 days ago

      I use that because I can’t be bothered with a weather app.

    • @GreyfoxsolidOP
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      221 days ago

      Just installed f droid to check this out. I don’t like it. Way too bare bones and not really intuitive.

      • @[email protected]
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        It’s free/libre, open source and has accurate doppler radar and forecasts. It’s one of those get what you pay for deals except he doesn’t sell your data.

  • @olutukko
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    221 days ago

    Nah it’s ilmatieteenlaitos forever for me