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The highly acclaimed Forecast Bar is now on TV! Powered by The Weather Company and Dark Sky, Forecast Bar offers hyper accurate, hyper local live weather and forecasts delivered right ON your home screen! With Top Shelf, simply highlighting Forecast Bar on your home screen will show you up-to-the-minute weather at up to 4 locations!
With iCloud Sync, all your settings from Forecast Bar for iPhone and Mac are instantly transferred to your TV to ensure no setup time is required!
Forecast Bar features a gorgeous display full of weather information including:
- Current conditions, with current, feels like, high, and low temperatures, cloud conditions, as well as relative humidity
- A succinct description, available in many languages, of the weather for the next hour, and next 24 hours
- Charts showing temperature and rain forecasts for at least the next 8 hours
- When rain is detected in the next several hours, an animated chart showing rain intensity
- Up to a 14 day forecast, with high and low temperatures and weather conditions
- Full description of all local NWS severe weather alerts (U.S. only)
- Current wind conditions with an animated compass
- Dew point and humidity readings, with a "mugginess" animated gauge
- Pressure indicator with trend information
- Sunrise and sunset times for the day
- Moon phase
- Visibility reading
- UV Index
You can expand any day's forecast to see a full 24 hour temperature, precipitation, wind, humidity and UV index chart, along with an hour-by-hour sky conditions.
Forecast Bar automatically determines your location to provide hyper-local weather data. In addition, you can store many saved locations, and switch between them. By default, Forecast Bar will automatically detect which units to use for your location, or you can manually set your preferred units.
If you have any ideas or problems with Forecast Bar, drop us an email to email@example.com or add them to our support site! Preview music by Bensound.
- Fix for top shelf images not updating correctly
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Ugly preview, hurts my eyes
I loved the beauty and simplicity of the iPhone app, and I loved the idea of seeing a forecast preview on my Apple TV without having to open anything. So I figured it would be worth the four bucks. I was wrong. The preview images are blurred and a brownish color scheme. Not the vibrant images I’d seen inside the app. I’m guessing the blur is to improve readability of the temperature, but it’s still really hard to read and hurts my eyes. An overlay would be infinitely better. There was so much customization with the iPhone app that I’m kind of surprised I don’t have the option to customize the Apple TV preview in any way.
Ahh well, my money is spent, so I can only hope they come up with something better looking in a future update. 🤞
Price is an issue
The Good. The app seems to be very well made. It’s available for TVOS, MacOS, iOS, & WatchOS... very nice.
The Bad. With all the free weather apps out there there is no way on this planet that I would pay a monthly or annual subscription for this information. It matters not how great the app is. It is simply a matter of economics. What you’re trying to do as an app maker is understandable... you want a steady income stream for a nice product you built. However, that doesn’t line up well with the software as a service model unless your “service” is the thing the customer sees as a value. I would be much more inclined to pay a “premium” ONE TIME price for a “Premium App”. But that isn’t even an option for your applications. I understand that you would need to refresh the app to get new revenue and there is only so far you can go with a weather app. (You’ve probably already maxed out with this version). However, personally I’m not going to subscribe to something monthly or annually into perpetuity for a service that is free in many other apps. Again, your app has a great design, but weather apps are a dime a dozen. No offense, but that’s the truth.
Good luck to you. In summary to other consumers. I wish I hadn’t wasted my time installing this nice app across all my Apple devices. Hard pass on the subscription.
The developer, Higher Bar, LLC, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.