I live in a city where most people consider the weather to be perfect but I actually think that the weather doesn't truly exist here. Whatever, it's nice. But even in the most loveliest, mildest place, the dog days of summer can get pretty unbearable. That's probably the only time I ever look at the weather app on my…
Long been a favorite on BlackBerry, BeWeather is a drop dead gorgeous weather app for Android. It gets its data from Weather Underground and wraps it in a nice package with a ton of options.
Aelios for iPad re-imagines how you search for weather. It uses a clever ring dial that smartly pinpoints cities on a map and gives you the necessary data. I haven't had this much fun cruising around a map since I discovered Google Maps.
You'd think it'd be easy to make a weather app but most are just terribly cluttered and vomit-inducingly ugly. Shine for iPhone actually cares about how you're going to use it—it's fast, gorgeous and super simple to use.
The good news: you can jailbreak your Apple TV now! The less good news: there's not a whole lot you can do with it. Except run this pretty slick-looking weather app, that is.
We already showed you the best weather apps on both iPhone and Android, but Weather HD is a weather app in an entirely different category. It's a weather app for people who don't really care about the weather.
I don't watch TV weather forecasts for the same reason that I don't own a wristwatch: I have a smartphone, a tablet, and a computer. Here are the best apps for knowing what it's like outside, without actually going outside.