Weather Up — Live Widgets 4+

Radar, Alerts, and Local Maps

Contrast

Designed for iPad

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

Description

Weather Up 3.0 brings at-a-glance, interactive widgets right to your Home Screen. It’s like having a full weather app, right on your Home Screen!

Weather Up brings the most important weather data right to your Home Screen with at-a-glance, interactive widgets. The Apple Watch app and complications bring that same glanceable forecast visualization to your wrist. And the app itself puts weather maps front and center so that when you do launch the app, you instantly see the radar and warning maps.

All the weather info you need:

• At-a-glance, interactive Home Screen widgets
• Apple Watch complications and full-featured app
• Full Event Forecasts let you keep tabs on the weather for upcoming calendar events
• 3 Forecast source options: Apple Weather, Aeris Weather, and AccuWeather*
• Weather map with radar, clouds, and lots more
• Beautiful, easy to understand icons for all weather conditions

Weather Up doesn’t overload you with info or waste space. It shows you everything you want to know and gets out of the way, so you will be prepared, whatever the weather.

*Apple Weather provides a 10 day forecast and 10 days of hourly
*Aeris Weather provides a 16 day forecast and 15 days of hourly
*AccuWeather provides a 15 day forecast and 5 days of hourly

Information about Weather Up Pro subscriptions:

- Monthly and Yearly subscriptions are available.
- Payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase.
- Your subscription will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current subscription period.
- Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current subscription period. Automatic renewals will cost the same price you were originally charged for the subscription.
- You can manage your subscriptions and turn off auto-renewal by going to your Account Settings on the App Store after purchase.
- Read our terms of service and privacy policy for more information.

Terms of Use: http://help.contrast.co/hc/en-us/articles/115001270251-Terms-of-Use
Privacy Policy: https://www.iubenda.com/privacy-policy/8201652

What’s New

Version 3.0.2

- Improved layout for cities with longer names
- When focusing on a day in the widget, the day's summary forecast condition is also displayed
- The app's name is now correctly displayed when configuring complications through the Apple Watch app
- Various small bug fixes and improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
9.9K Ratings

9.9K Ratings

Larry.McJ ,

On its way to being the best weather app available!

I have paid subscriptions to the top three weather apps, yet I prefer the simplicity of Weather Atlas. The developer of this app has obviously noticed the need for a great weather app that does only that. No videos, no pictures, no weather commentary, no references to anything except just the weather... done right.

I do hope they will soon incorporate a "Future Radar" feature. Current and future radar are all that matter in a weather app...no one cares about where the rain was an hour ago. The developer says that as soon as this feature is available from their information provider, they will add it to Weather Atlas. That’s all anyone can ask for.

Impressively, Weather Atlas opens and immediately shows the two most important things to me, the local map at the top and the hourly forecast at the bottom. And from there it's only one tap to any other place you want to go.

Also, even in the ad-supported version, Weather Atlas doesn't make you scroll through a bunch of weather-related pictures and videos to finally see the radar and other components (like The Weather Channel does, even for their paid subscription).

Great start to what I think will evolve into a really great weather app.

Developer Response ,

1. Future radar isn’t currently available from our weather data provider, but we’ll add it to Weather Atlas the moment it becomes available. 2. We’ll look into the weather icon issue, we may have accidentally swapped a couple of the icons. 3. In the 1.0.5 version of the app that was released last night, the app now remembers exactly where you left off even if you haven’t used the app in a couple days. Let us know (support@contrast.co) if that’s not working as expected once you update.

rsd22 ,

Great app, just not for me.

I am a weather app junkie. My folder of weather apps on my phone is overflowing. My favorite is hello weather which I happily subscribe too for $4.99. But hello doesn’t have feels like temps in the hourly forecast. I still subscribed minus a feels like in futures hours. Weather up shows that data which so why I was so excited when I stumbled on this app. I do a lot outside so it’s critical I can see the “feels like” temp 3 hours or so from now. At first I was ready to subscribe to weather up until it was time to get the dogs outside at 9p. Weather up said the feels like temp was 16. So I bundled up ready to brave the cold. Much to my surprise it wasn't cold at all. I opened another weather app and the swing was a wild 20 degrees higher. As much as I cringe at the $9.99 annual fee (rather high for a minimalist weather app) this app needs to have other weather providers to choose from (like hello weather). If they do I’d be inclined to subscribe. Though $5.00 is more where I see this app but I’m an old
Man that still doesn’t get the whole subscribe stuff. Great app to add to my weather collection but I wait patiently for an update that brings more providers since the current app provider (whoever that might be?)does not work in my neck of the woods. :-(

Developer Response ,

We now have 3 different forecast sources in the app, Apple Weather, AccuWeather, and AerisWeather. If you find one of them to be unreliable, try the other two. And with the recently released version 3 of the app, you can even set up 3 widgets on your Home Screen, each with different forecast sources so that you can compare.

Frowningatthesky ,

Much to like but still rough around the edges

I find weather up to be a fascinating app, but I have decided to end my free trial and follow the app from afar to see if they can improve the experience. If I primarily used a weather app on my iPad or even iPhone I would snap this app up in a flash even in at 4x the cost of my current weather app. The way it opens to a radar map and super imposes weather stats over that map is brilliant and the speed is breathtaking. Unfortunately, I primarily use weather on my watch. I use the modular watch face with six complications and I use those complications all the time. I want a quick peak at the weather which when clicked leads to a more detailed view. I am unwilling to give up my large rectangular widget space to their very nice widget and I have found using the widget in a stack to be too cumbersome. I also wish for the ability to customize what weather data I see.

Perhaps they will add a wider range of complications in future releases. If so, I will try it again.

App Privacy

The developer, Contrast, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Location
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Some in‑app purchases, including subscriptions, may be shareable with your family group when Family Sharing is enabled.

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