Improved navigation, live updating and photos section all included

The popular WeatherBug app has just undergone quite a redesign in the Play Store today, bringing in a completely new interface. The overall experience better follows current Android design guidelines, with a tabbed interface that makes it easy to get between current weather, forecasts and detailed information with just a swipe. Further functions and navigation are handled behind a slide-in panel from the right, and the overflow bar at the top takes care of the rest.

On the content side there are "tiles" in the interface that stay up to date with the latest data, a new photos area where you can view shots of the area and different background themes for the whole app. It's a big visual refresh that certainly looks nice to our eyes, and drastically improves usability of the whole app. You can take a look at the free version of WeatherBug from the Play Store link above, or grab the paid version right here as well.


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WeatherBug refreshes user interface in latest update


Do not like it at all. Installed WeatherUnderground. It gives me all that WeatherBug doesn't anymore.

What's that? (Said another way) What is available on that app that ins't available on WeatherBug?

Surface weather is pretty sufficiently covered. Of what would you like more?

Says it isn't compatable with my Note 2. :( Maybe it is the custom rom I am using but it is still wierd.

I'm stock and running the app just fine.

Ready to root and multi-window more.... but not ready ready.... ready...

Too bad my version from the Amazon app store hasn't updated yet. I so regret paying for apps with Amazon.

Great update but we lost the radar widget or am I not finding it? That's why I bought this app how many years ago, RADAR Widget where are you?