89points

WeatherBug

WeatherBug
vs

WeatherBug review: 38 facts and highlights

WeatherBug
WeatherBug
89
points

Why is WeatherBug better than the average?

  • longer forecast
    10daysvs7.44days
  • smaller app size (iOS app)
    26.1MBvs26.58MB
  • Higher rating on Google Play
    4.4vs4.14

Videos

Powered by

Key features and highlights

General info

1. more languages supported

3

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.

Best

eWeather HD

37

2. smaller app size (iOS app)

26.1MB

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.

Best

Blue

0.4MB

3.Higher rating on the App Store

3.5

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.

Best

Home and Dry

5

4.Free application
WeatherBug

You can download the app for free, from platforms such as Google Play or the App Store.

5.Is compatible with Android
WeatherBug

It is compatible with a range of Android devices such as smartphones and tablets.

6.Higher rating on Google Play

4.4

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.

Best

MyRadar Weather Radar

5.5

Weather forecast

1. longer forecast

10days

With a longer forecast, you can better plan your future activities.

Best

Palmary Weather Premium

15days

2.Covers the entire world
WeatherBug

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.

3.Has severe weather alerts
WeatherBug

The application will send you a notification when there is a severe weather warning issued, such as for hurricanes, earthquakes, extreme temperatures etc.

4.Informs about the risk of thunderstorms
WeatherBug

It can provide you with information about the likelihood of a thunderstorm. This could be very useful to plan your day.

5.It provides the “RealFeel”
WeatherBug

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.

6.Provides data about the chance of rain
WeatherBug

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.

Meteorological data

1.Informs about the dew point
WeatherBug

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.

2.Informs about the wind speed
WeatherBug

The application shows the wind speed. It is especially useful for paragliders, kite-fliers, sailors and other sports related to wind.

3.Shows the moon phases
WeatherBug

It provides information about moon including culmination, moonphase, the amount of days until full moon on the calendar, etc. This could be especially useful for people interested in astrology.

4.Provides the sunrise/sunset time
WeatherBug

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.

5.Provides the humidity rate
WeatherBug

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.

6.Informs about the atmospheric pressure
WeatherBug

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.

Features

1.Has a pollen forecast
WeatherBug

The application shows the measurement of potential pollen levels in the atmosphere. This feature is very important for people who suffer allergic reactions to pollen. It is usually measured as extreme, very high, high, moderate and low.

2.Includes maps
WeatherBug

It includes localized maps to help you see the information easily at a glance. Usually, you can zoom in on the maps and see the desired location with more detail.

3.Includes picture galleries
WeatherBug

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.

4.Allows customization
WeatherBug

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.

5.Can be personalised
WeatherBug

You can personalize the appearance of the app - for example, choosing a different theme or colors.

6.Has sliding navigation menu
WeatherBug

With a slide navigation menu, you can easily navigate through the application from side-to-side, up and down. For example, you can swipe vertically to get more detailed information or horizontally to check the favourite locations. This feature increases the functionality on applications.

Top 10 weather apps

Add to comparison
    This page is currently only available in English.