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It’s precisely what I want: data displayed for at-a-glance consumption in a customizable, thorough, beautiful interface. I cannot recommend this highly enough. It’s so much better than a list of temperatures in text form. Additionally, it respects my privacy, and Tomas, the developer, responded to my emails promptly.
Share it. Use it. You’ll be happy.
This app is simply wonderful.
The amount of information clearly relayed by this app via an Apple Watch is extraordinary. Having designed interfaces over the years I greatly appreciate the careful thought placed into the design.
I also appreciate the developer’s frequent updates and responsiveness.
Long time smart watch wearer and this is simply the most informative and easiest to read 1, 2 or 5 day visual representation of weather I’ve seen. Simply awesome.
This is by far the best weather app available because it is very glanceable, customizable, and has informative complications. I happily purchased the lifetime sub and recommend it to everyone with a Watch.
This packs so much into one super clear display.
I have several weather apps on my watch, and quite a few more on my phone, but I get more information more regularly from weathergraph than all of the others. This is a great app, and I’m so happy to have it!
Nowcast checks the forecast every 15 minutes.
If rain, sleet, or snow will arrive in the next 2 hours according to nowcast radars, Weathergraph will show a nowcast graph.
You can also turn on precipitation alerts to get alerted proactively.
Nowcast and alerts are a part of Weathergraph Pro.
Weathergraph displays everything you need to know about the weather.
Cloudiness, sunshine, precipitation, temperature, wind direction and speed, humidity, dew point, UV index, pressure ... even the next sunset and sunrise.
And you can set the graph to show any interval between the next 12 hours to the next 7 days.
Weathergraph regularly updates in the background, so that it always has a fresh forecast for you. And if you are offline, it keeps updating the complications and widgets according to the latest known forecast.
Blessed with an LTE watch? Weathergraph updates over mobile data as well.
Either way, you can leave the phone at home and head out to close the rings.
Turn your favorite watchface into a personal meteo station.
Weathergraph has complications for every slot in every watchface.
Signature hour-by-hour forecast graph / Current conditions icon / Adaptive complication (temperature when dry, precipitation and its type when wet) / Real temperature / Apparent temperature (includes heat index and wind chill factor) / Precipitation (and its type, rain or snow) / Wind speed and direction (ideal for kiteboarding, windsurfing or yachting) / Humidity & dew point (Sensitive skin? Know when it's time for skincare.)
TIP: Install ready-to-use watchfaces with a single click from Buddywatch.
Many weather apps and services take advantage of your trust to track you and your data. Weathergraph does not.
I take great care to not know anything about you because this is how I want every other app on my phone to behave as well. No personally identifiable data, locations, or IP addresses are ever stored. Weathergraph's servers protect you from the possibility of being tracked by forecast service (as they see all requests arrive from the same place, and without any identifiable info).
Weathergraph also doesn't use any third party tracking/analytics library.
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Weathergraph and pick a plan you like. Here is Apple's guide.
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Manage my subscriptionscreen in Weathergraph:
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If you have a bit of time, could you please drop me a short email at email@example.com and tell me what you didn't like? I'd love to make Weathergraph better. Thank you!
Here is Apple's guide: Manage App Store purchases, subscriptions, settings, and restrictions on iPhone
If the subscription appears here, but you still don't have Pro features in the Weathergraph app:
Please open the Weathergraph app, scroll down and tap the
Check Pro button, scroll down on a subscription screen, and tap the
Restore Purchases button.
On the iPhone:
Please scroll down in the Weathergraph app, tap the
Get Pro or
Manage purchases button, and in the purchase screen, tap
Restore purchases button.
On the watch:
Please scroll down in the Weathergraph app, tap the
Get Pro button, and in the purchase screen, tap
Restore purchases button.
I apologize for this. The restores seem to be broken on WatchOS 9 (I already reported this to Apple), but you should not need this, as the app syncs the purchases from the iPhone to the watch automatically.
Please just run
Restore purchases on the IiPhone app's purchase screen, and once the watch syncs up with the phone, you should be good to go.
I have decided to not enable the family sharing, as the subscription needs to pay for weather data, and while it would probably be okay for two people, Apple's family may have up to six people and all of their devices (watches, phones, tablets, macs), and with a family like that (and regular background updates for widgets and watch complications), the cost of data could easily exceed the proceeds from subscription.
Right now, Weathergraph only shows weather for your actual location, but I am working on supporting multiple locations (with favourites for quick access), to be released early 2023.
Right now the Apple Watch app does, and I will be adding the alerts to the iPhone app as well.
Not yet, but government alerts are on the roadmap.
I have read up on Live activities, but so far they can only be started by some action inside the already opened app - so, the Uber app can start the live activity when you summon the car, but the app running in the background cannot.
Therefore, the nice use case I can imagine, where Weathergraph would automatically start a live activity with a precipitation warning when the rain is on the way, cannot happen with the current rules.
It could be hacked around with a notification, that would tell you to open the app, and then the app would set up the live activity to follow the rain progress, but this seems too tedious, so I have stayed out of this for now.
If Apple allows apps to start the live activities from the background, then I’ll be happy to revisit this - and until then, I’ll keep working on the features I wanted to have yesterday.
AQI is on the roadmap. I already have data sources for air quality, and plan to add them.
I would love to! However, the engine that creates all the forecast texts is now custom fit for english grammar. I plan to make this more generic to support more languages, but that will need some time.
Thank you for the question! Sadly, not anytime soon, as there is a lot of other stuff in the pipeline, and the radar data are considerably more expensive than the forecast data. I'd eventually like to get there, but it won't be quick.
Please have a look at the legend:
With a Pro unlocked, Weathergraph checks nowcast every 15 minutes for upcoming precipitation in your location.
If rain, sleet, or snow will arrive in the next 2 hours according to nowcast radars, Weathergraph will show a warning on the complication.
Weathergraph also shows rain or snow probability, when there is no precipitation detected yet, but nowcast reports a higher than 50 % chance.
Weathergraph warnings show on all large graphical or text complications on Infograph Modular, Modular Compact, Modular Max, Modular, Utility, Activity, Infograph, Photo, Astronomy, Explorer, Motion, Memoji, Solar graph, and Timelapse watchfaces.
If you have set up nowcast alerts, Weathergraph will warn you with a notification. Please keep a Weathergraph complication active, so that Weathergraph is allowed to check the forecast regularly in the background.
The 'dry' comes from the dew point comfort scale. In the winter, the cold air cannot retain humidity, so even at 98 % humidity, there is just a little water in the air, resulting in a dry feeling (and a need to hydrate the skin).
Here is a scale Weathergraph is using:
Allow while using the app in a permission dialog.
To change Weathergraph's permission to 'Always allow', please open
Settings on your iPhone, scroll down to
Location, and pick
While Using the App.
Would you please check what location permissions do you have set up for Weathergraph in
If there is anything else than
Always, could you please pick
Getting continuous updates is tricky, so the app is using both background updates and widget updates. The reason for that is that
Alwayslocation permission set
When Using the App or Widgetslocation permission set, or
If on of the above permissions isn't set, the app is then denied access to your location until you open it manually.
Allow while using the appaccess, or I see
Weathergraph was denied permission to ask for a locationbelow the forecast. #
It seems that when the application requests the
always-on location permission (necessary to allow the app to ask for a location during a complication update in the background), then this permission is reset during WatchOS or iOS update.
I suppose they made it like this to reset permissions once in a while to prevent rogue apps from tracking you forever, but recently there has been a lot of minor security updates, which triggered the location update screen.
I suggested to Apple (rdar://FB9733269) to only do this with major updates (like 8.0, 8.1 ...), not on every minor security update, but currently, it works like this for the minor updates as well.
Preferences, scroll down, and tap
Weathergraph is also on Twitter
and is happy if you read its press kit and view the screenshots.
The latest press release is
Weathergraph adds a vertical layout not just for the fans of the recently closed Dark Sky app
Problems, suggestions, questions?
Here's my email.