A clock and weather app unlike any you've ever seen. Living Earth presents a stunning live 3D simulation of our planet with weather, forecasts and world clock for cities around the world. View global cloud patterns, hurricanes and tropical storms. Explore weather dynamics on our planet with real time weather maps and tropical cyclone tracking. Gaze at our planet floating amongst a universe of thousands of accurately rendered stars and gain a completely new perspective on time and weather.
"A stunning app that shows the Earth in real time, based on global weather reports. " - WIRED
"Living Earth is proof that a world clock and weather app can be beautiful." - Apple @AppStore
"Living Earth is visually impressive and just fun." - MacStories
One purchase for all devices - iPhone and iPad
● Live clouds from near real time satellite cloud data - updated every 3 hours. View global cloud patterns, hurricanes and tropical storms.
● Live weather maps of temperature, humidity, wind and forecasts.
● World clock and weather for over 3 million cities. 10 day and 2-hour forecasts.
● Tropical cyclone notifications. Receive push notifications of new tropical cyclones and updates on current storm systems.
● Today Widget provides quick access to weather essentials, sunrise/sunset times, world clock and active tropical cyclones.
● Home Screen temperature icon. The current temperature for your location can be displayed on your Home Screen icon.
● Stars, constellations, and the Milky Way are displayed accurately in time and space.
● Alarm Clock with music playlist. Wake up to a stunning view of the planet with your favorite music.
● iCloud city syncing between all devices including Living Earth App for Mac.
Quality detailed weather information provided by CustomWeather. CustomWeather is the world's best source of the most reliable and accurate weather data available.
EMAIL US: email@example.com
FOLLOW US: twitter.com/livingearthapp
● Fix issues with temperature badge updates with iOS 13.
● Dark Mode. The main app and Today Widget are updated for iOS 13 Dark Mode.
● Bug fixes and improvements for iOS 13.
Ratings and Reviews
I thoroughly enjoy using this app to keep up with weather events. The realtime view of the globe is stunning and the color overlays are really cool, too.
As a resident of Interior Alaska, I wish the developers would add some script to automatically adjust the hourly forecasts to keep up with sunrise and sunset. The result of not having this is that our hourly forecasts all summer long in this, the Land of the Midnight Sun, display nothing but he moon icon - all day long. I contact them, and they fix it (thanks for the update, folks), but given that the app displays sunrise and sunset, it should be possible to integrate that data into the daily app icon displayed. We do have short days in the middle of winter, but it’s never the case in my area that the moon is the only orb potentially visible between sunrise & sunset. Is it safe to assume that the same issue arises in all subarctic regions, north and south, for users following the weather in those locations? This can be resolved programmatically.
Developer Response ,
This should be fixed in today's update. Please let us know if you see it fixed and thanks for letting us know about the issue!
Very Nearly PERFECT...
I love this app. It gives so much information about the world: it gives worldwide weather conditions & temperatures, and mean temperatures; developing storms can be pinpointed (you can also keep track of storms as they grow into hurricanes or typhoons, or sputter out); population centers are indicated by concentrated areas of light (but only on the dark half); the app can easily be set to show specific cities that you program in; cities are marked by a small, round “light,” (though they’re unnamed!?), and more.
There are features that I would love to see added, though. I’d love to have the option to use the globe for geography AND weather, plus a view showing BOTH together. For that, they would have to add a view with nations, cities, & land and water features marked. It’s the same with other views; high/low, and median high & low temps, for example, would be even better if a view showing the exact places - the names of nations, cities, mountain ranges and rivers, etc. were added.
Maybe these things are available on PAID versions of this app, but I haven’t looked yet; besides, I think they should appear on the free one. I’m going to go check out the paid version[s]! But even as it is, for free... I love this app!
This is the 3rd review I have done for this app. The last one being in October of 2017. I was miffed because several locations I had programmed, namely, McMurdo Station, Antartica, Vostok Station and a few others at the bottom of the earth were no longer available. I left those locations programmed in my phone, and lo and behold, one day, several months ago, I started getting the weather in those locations again... YEA!!!! This is my go-to app for weather! It the most accurate and user friendly weather app I have (and I have several on my phone). I have had this app for several years (since it was first introduced). I was fortunate to have gotten it for free when they first started out, however, if you’re looking for a great weather app, the $2.99 they charge now for it is still a good deal! You can’t go wrong with this app. You won’t be disappointed with it at all.
Developer Response ,
Try out those locations in Antarctica, the last few months we now provide conditions and forecasts there again. Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you see any issues. Thanks!
- Radiantlabs, LLC
- 175.8 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- © 2019 Radiantlabs
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.