Weather Apps


(Danny) #1

Yeah I know…

Anyways Carrot or Darksky, I understand Carrot pulls from Dark Sky so what’s the difference?

Any better apps that look nice on Apple Watch?


(Hugh) #2

Google Weather.

Works well, easily accessible and seems accurate


(Danny) #3

I just looked on the app store and it has stories on there?


#4

I swear by Carrot. Has saved me from getting wet more times than I remember. The wit is great, and will be perfect for you Danny.


#5

The Weather Channel every time for me. Always accurate and has a good directory of destinations abroad too.


(Valeri) #6

Yeah +1 for the Weather Channel. Does the job for me.


(Andy Hughes) #7

+1 here. Always there in my feed too. Why get another app?


(knows someone who knows Tom quite well) #8

I use dark sky - the warnings of rain in x minutes are really useful when you leave the roof off the car!


(Kieran McCann ) #9

I’ve been using accuweather (free) I enjoy the ‘real feel’ feature that obviously tells you what the temperature states actually feels like. Super handy when you’re up at 6AM I’m not so sunny Scotland.


(Caspar Aremi) #10

I love Dark Sky. I did use Carrot for a while but the main advantage is its humour, which gets a bit dull after a while. I like having the Dark Sky widget on my Watch face, and alerts when it’s going to rain. I get a morning notification at 6.30am too so I can check that before getting dressed and it has rarely failed me.


(Change Works) #11

I always use Home and Dry before I leave. Super accurate and I’ve avoided many showers. Only works in UK though.