Forecast+ | Weather & Forecast Widget

Forecast+ | Weather & Forecast Widget

By Avanio Labs

  • Category: Weather
  • Release Date: 2014-09-17
  • Current Version: 1.0.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 1.58 MB
  • Developer: Avanio Labs
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    2.5/5 ( 278 Reviews)
  • Price:
Forecast+ | Weather & Forecast Widget App Ratings: 2.5
Total 278 Reviews

Forecast+ | Weather & Forecast Widget App Description

Forget about the boring weather summary in your notification center! Meet Forecast+, an elegant weather and forecast widget for iOS 8. It shows the current weather and 5-day forecast with a minimal design. FEATURES ● Support auto detect location / manually search for a location ● Show current temperature ● Show localized weather description ● Show maximum and minimum temperature ● Show humidity ● 5-day weather forecast ● Support compact view (minimal) ● Show/hide forecast with single tap SETTINGS ● Location (Auto/Manual) ● Compact view ● Temperature scale ● Weather description language Note: Forecast+ provides all main functionality in the widget only. Its app is only for widget settings. Weather data provided by Forecast. ------ Have questions or feedback? We love to hear from you! / @AvanioLabs


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Forecast+ | Weather & Forecast Widget App Reviews

  • Good App

    By zerozo
    Good application but no language vietnamese, please update vietnamese
  • Love it for it's simplicity but may be abandonware

    By not oakie
    It's a simple weather widget for Notification Center that follows Apple's UI guidelines accurately yet provides a little more data than the stock weather widget. More importantly, it works with iPad, providing a weather forecast widget not available from Apple. Sadly, it hasn't been updated since Feb 2015. It still works but doesn't meet Apple's current iOS 10 style guidelines for widgets. For an app that's so focused on simplicity and trying to blend in, it now stands out in the Notification Center. Because of this, one only hopes it's not abandonware and will be updated once iOS 11 comes out with significant changes to the Notification Center.
  • Not updated for iOS 10

    By MacMacMac555
    Looks pretty funky in the widget screen now, makes text hard to read. Pretty much abandoned at this point.
  • Nice NC weather widget.

    By Synomenon
    Nice NC weather widget.
  • The best

    By sweeetjd
    This is literally the only weather app on the App Store worth anything. Simple and concise information, and very well designed.
  • Disappointed!

    By gcam67
    Ugh! I thought I was downloading a widget that would give me 5 day forecast with the chance of precipitation for each day! I'm seeing humidity levels. What good is that? I live in the Southeast and it's always humid. Little icons for sun, clouds and rain are useless to me. Also, the light grey text color is barely readable. I'm pretty disappointed. This is not what I wanted. The detail image on the App page is misleading. It shows percentages under the temps that appear to be chance of precipitation %. Where is it 0% humidity in the US besides Death Valley?
  • lacking wind information

    By Jammy D.
    great app but it'd be useful if wind speed and direction were an option
  • A huge improvement, but...

    By Inazarab
    This is by far the best looking weather widget currently available. And this update really improves the weather data accuracy... That said its weather data isn't as on point as some other weather apps. With some work it could be the best. PLEASE update this app devs! I'd love to use it; but I deleted it and am using darkstorm, which is UGLY but accurate! Please please fix!
  • Almost perfect

    By TXDL
    Well worth the buck. Suggest when using the compact view that the city name be centered between the temp and the high/low. Font size could be a little thicker for old eyes. Thanks to the developers.
  • Location is off

    By -j
    The widget overall is great, works as advertised. My one gripe is in the location information. Living in Seattle, you'd think it could figure that out, but the two locations I get are either "Downtown, WA" or just "WA". Not super specific, not a huge issue if you know where you are, but it leads me to wonder how accurate the weather information is.