Tag: weather apps

Ten of the most beautiful weather apps out there

At APIXU we appreciate the importance of beautiful application design, and we never underestimate just how vital the user interface is for guiding interactions that result in five star app reviews. So here we draw upon the very best and most beautiful in the industry in the hope that our readers will be similarly inspired by the great looking weather...

The 5 simplest weather apps out there

Sometimes the simplest of ideas are the best, particularly when they serve to solve a real world user need or want. So here we pay homage to some of the simplest weather apps in the word, explaining why these offerings are consistently harnessing success that some of the most complex of weather applications could only ever dream of.   1....

6 fun and unique apps upon the weather app market

The weather app market is one that is decidedly saturated, and for the development that takes on the standard forecasting application there is a tricky road to navigate ahead. Conversely, however, it seems that this is also a genre that has set the bar pretty high when it comes to innovative ideas, and here we present six such perfectly placed...

The realm of the weather app landscape- who else could it benefit?

The world of weather applications span from the literally lifesaving (such as can be seen in the seriously robust Red Cross Tornado App) right through to the decidedly stupid, pointless and ridiculous (in step the Grumpy Weather Widget, which swears its way through Monday mornings and curses its path through sunny weekends).   To this end the realm of weather...

Three Insider Tips: The USP secrets behind the most successful of weather apps

Today the range of weather apps that span over the various Smartphone platforms are almost innumerable, covering various angles and catering to practically every user imaginable, from weather professionals through to emergency relief workers. Of course the fact that the weather affects each and every person throughout the world on a potentially daily basis doesn’t hurt the demand for weather...

5 apps that save lives

Weather apps are very often about so much more than merely predicting and reporting on the everyday weather conditions of rain or shine. In fact, weather apps can literally make a life-saving difference to how we face the natural disasters that may otherwise uproot thousands and affect many for the years to come. So here we take a look at...

3 Future weather behaviours that will shape weather apps

The weather from around the world continues to become ever more volatile and with experts predicting a global temperature that will continue to rise (along with sea levels and drought periods) it seems that the future for many countries looks decidedly less certain. So here we take a look at three ways in which future weather behaviours will shape the...

Weather app development: It’s raining money

Application development is probably one of the fastest paced industries of all, even within the world of IT where technology is constantly advancing. What’s more, with hit applications such as Flight Track (with an estimated $5 million worth of sales), and RealMac Software’s Clear (with an estimated revenue of $1.5 million) it’s pretty clear that app development can equally be...

Taking weather apps into the 21st century

Gone are the days of simple weather apps that merely predict tomorrow’s weather and instead today there is a world of innovative weather apps that are truly shaping everything from the logistics of global companies right through to the strategies of emergency aid charities. With such a breadth of different weather apps, and with technology and APIs that are always...

Five weather apps that are working up a storm

Weather apps. Do you think that they’re just going to tell you whether you should wear a coat tomorrow, or predict how your hair will fare on that Friday Autumn’s evening? Well, think again! The weather apps of today are changing and, in some instances, are even saving lives. So here we take a look at five of the very...

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