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Home and Dry
InstaWeather
Top 73%218 points
Top 73%
Top 37%503 points
Top 37%
Home and Dry
InstaWeather
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Home and Dry vs InstaWeather: 28 facts in comparison

1. Covers the entire world

An application that can show you the forecast for the whole world is especially useful for people who do activities such as trekking or mountain climbing in remote places.
Home and Dry
InstaWeather
48% have it

2. Allows customization

You can customize the app, which allows you to display the metrics that are most important to you (such as wind speed, humidity, pressure) while hiding the ones you don't need.
Home and Dry
InstaWeather
34% have it

3. Higher rating on the App Store

The app has a higher rating on Apple’s App Store (rating from all versions), showing the overall quality of the app and user satisfaction. The lowest score is 1, with 5 being the highest.
5
Home and Dry: 5
4.5

4. smaller app size (iOS app)

A smaller size means that the app will take up less space on your Apple device. This leaves more space for other apps, as well as other data such as photos and music.
11.4MB
Blue: 0.4MB
37MB

5. Has cloud coverage information

The application provides information about the cloudiness, ie. what proportion of the sky will be covered by clouds. This will allow you to know how grey or sunny the day will be in your location.
Home and Dry
InstaWeather
52% have it

6. Informs about the risk of thunderstorms

It can provide you with information about the likelihood of a thunderstorm. This could be very useful to plan your day.
Home and Dry
InstaWeather
28% have it

7. more languages supported

You can use a wider range of languages in the application. This allows you to use it in the language you choose and makes it suitable for more users around the world.
1
eWeather HD: 37
31

8. Has UV forecast

It gives UV Index Forecast. Also called ultraviolet index, it detects how much radiation the sun is emitting in your location in real-time. An index of “1” indicates weak ultraviolet rays, while an index of “11” means extremely powerful ultraviolet rays. This information is very important for health reasons if you are planning to sunbathe.
Home and Dry
InstaWeather
26% have it

9. Has crowdsourced weather

The application includes a crowd-sourced weather model that allows users to post updates and reports about current weather conditions. This can lead to more accurate, localised weather data.
Home and Dry
InstaWeather
12% have it

10. Provides past weather forecasts

The application can show you the weather forecast also from the past few days.This can help you to spot trends in the weather. It is particularly useful for planning, for example, in the case your profession is dependent on weather conditions.
Home and Dry
InstaWeather
22% have it

11. Integrates with social networks

It allows you to share information to popular social networks.
Home and Dry
InstaWeather
48% have it

12. It provides the “RealFeel”

Apart from the actual temperature, it also provides the “RealFeel”. This concept was created by AccuWeather.com in 1990 and takes several factors into account to determine how the weather actually feels. It considers things like humidity, sun intensity and cloud cover. This gives you a more accurate idea of what it will really be like when you get outside.
Home and Dry
InstaWeather
40% have it

13. Includes picture galleries

The application provides a collection of pictures, usually taken by users. This creates a more engaging experience and allows you to be part of the community.
Home and Dry
InstaWeather
24% have it

14. Provides data about the chance of rain

It updates you on the chance of rain. You will know the possibility of it raining and can decide if you need to take waterproof clothing or an umbrella when you go out.
Home and Dry
InstaWeather
72% have it

15. Doesn’t require account

The app doesn't require you to make an account in order to log in and use the app.
Home and Dry
InstaWeather
92% have it

16. Free application

You can download the app for free, from platforms such as Google Play or the App Store.
Home and Dry
InstaWeather
54% have it

17. Can be personalised

You can personalize the appearance of the app - for example, choosing a different theme or colors.
Home and Dry
InstaWeather
28% have it

18. Informs about the atmospheric pressure

The atmospheric pressure is the force per unit area exerted against a surface by the weight of air above that surface. It is an important metric in altimeter settings for flights.
Home and Dry
InstaWeather
56% have it

19. Provides radar images

The app offers full radar images of the selected location, using data from meteorological radars to overlay cloud cover and provide other information often used in geology, agriculture, and hydrology.
Home and Dry
InstaWeather
46% have it

20. Provides the humidity rate

The app estimates the humidity rate in percentage. The humidity rate shows the amount of moisture in the air, which has an affect on the temperature.
Home and Dry
InstaWeather
78% have it

21. Is compatible with iOS

It is compatible with a range of iOS devices such as iPhones, iPads and the iPod Touch.
Home and Dry
InstaWeather
76% have it

22. Is compatible with Android

It is compatible with a range of Android devices such as smartphones and tablets.
Home and Dry
InstaWeather
68% have it

23. Provides the sunrise/sunset time

It can provide you with the exact time when the sunset or sunrise will take place. This feature will help you to plan your day by knowing when daylight starts and finishes.
Home and Dry
InstaWeather
60% have it

24. Tablet-optimised

There is a tablet-optimised version of the app available. This gives a much better user experience than using an app designed for a phone on a tablet.
Home and Dry
InstaWeather
70% have it

25. Has in-app purchases

You can unlock additional content and features by making small purchases within the app.
Home and Dry
InstaWeather
44% have it

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