Before I started writing my own weather app, I searched high and low for something that would fit my needs.
Ultimately I didn’t find exactly what I was looking for, and wrote my own, but you might like some of the inspirational apps I found.
Dark Sky can tell you at a glance exactly when it will rain (or snow) up to an hour in advance, so you’re free to walk the dog or run out to lunch and know you’ll stay dry. You can also explore the most beautiful weather animation you’ve ever seen, both forward in time or back.
Nice Weather is a weather application that provides simple and clean forecasts for the next 5 days!
Eye In Sky Weather is for those who like their weather clean, simple and beautiful. The app includes 14 of the best weather icon sets available, with the ability to add your own icon sets.
Shade gives you a clear, structured and understandable overview of the day ahead. It presents weather in a concise way, while keeping every screenful as unique as the weather it represents.
A beautifully balanced view of the weather. Perfect Weather was designed for use in the United States.
No vector polygons, no dew point calibration and it won’t remind you to wear a jacket. Just radiant, colorscapes to accurately help you size up your day.
Prepare for your day with the most accurate hourly, 5-day, and 10-day forecasts. Stunning Flickr photos match your location, time of day, and current conditions.
Your weather needs change. Usually, you just have to understand what’s happening now but sometimes you need to plan ahead.
Blue provides 36-hour weather forecasts relevant to your location in a fast and fun interface. Swipe up to see each hour represented in a beautiful gradient visual—whether in Fiji, or just at work.
Partly Cloudy is the ultimate award-winning infoviz weather app. Partly Cloudy’s unique clock visualization will show you a weather forecast unlike anything you’ve ever seen before—in a completely intuitive way!
What is your favorite weather app?