Adverts can be distracting and obtrusive. Apps and blogs without ads are more aesthetically pleasing, nicer to use, and make the content stand out.
68% have it
3. Informs about the dew point
The application shows information about the dew point. This is the temperature at which the water vapor in the air begins to condense. It will affects how you feel when you get out of a pool, lake or the ocean. If it is very low you will feel cooler.
34% have it
4. Shows infographic information
Features of the application include infographic information, such as graphs and charts. These help you get precisely the data you want, in an easy to digest format.
38% have it
5. Higher rating on Google Play
The app has a higher rating on Google Play, showing the overall quality of the app and user satisfaction. The lowest score is 1, with 5 being the highest.
The app allows you to set more locations of your choosing (such as your city, home city etc.). This enables you to quickly and easily see the weather of your favourite locations upon opening the app, rather than having to manually enter them each time.
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.
78% have it
18. Free application
You can download the app for free, from platforms such as Google Play or the App Store.
54% have it
19. Provides hourly forecast
The application offers a detailed hour-by-hour forecast. You can plan your day easily and check things like expected wind and precipitation for the hours you plan to be outside - for example when you are travelling to work.
62% have it
20. Supports widgets
You can add widgets to the home screen. This allows you to have more flexibility and to see information at a glance, without going into the app.
50% have it
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.