The Weather Channel app updated with localization for 40 languages

Planning a summer event but worried about the weather? You'll be happy to hear that The Weather Channel app for Android has had a fairly beefy update geared particularly to international users.

  • Bug fixes for wide widgets and widget crashes
  • Support for 40 languages
  • Support for metric in the 36 hour forecast
  • Widget bugs fixed on Ice Cream Sandwich
  • iWitness now open to our customers in the United Kingdom -share your weather with us!
  • Expanded test pilot for Session M points

The download link is available below. What's your favorite weather app? International folks, is it hard finding a good weather app in your language?

Download: The Weather Network (Free)

 

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The Weather Channel app updated with localization for 40 languages

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I have tried most and always come back to Weatherbug. I've always thought Weather Channel app is a resource hog, even on PCs.

BeWeather is the weather app for my phone and tablets. Ever since NBC ruined The Weather Channel, I don't watch their TV channel and don't want their app on my devices.

Why would taking a photo need to be part of a weather app? I would imagine that the main use of a weather app would be to check the weather. There may be one or two other apps that can already handle photos quite well.

1) this is not a new update. seriously.

2) while TWC is a good weather service, its not the best, its app is disappointing, and its widgets SUCK.

I use WIFR Weather, the official weather app for one of my local TV stations, and one of a large number of station-branded weather apps by WSI Corporation which are all pretty much identical. It has the best maps out of any weather apps I've tried, though admittedly I haven't bothered to try anything else after finding it early last year, so for all I know AccuWeather or TWC stopped sucking like they did then.