If you’re as disgruntled by the weather widget on your home page as you are with what the climate’s doing outside, then MSN has an answer.
MSN Weather Review
by on March 13, 2010
We Brits love to whinge about the weather and we’re bloody good at it too. It’s a fact that people on this windswept (see we’re doing it now) isle seem pretty weather obsessed, no matter if its genuine interest in if they’re going to die at sea, or if it’s more an easy talking point with that aunt whose name you can’t quite recall. So it’s no surprise that the app developers have set about helping us be clued up on our topic of choice.
Unlike most of the other Microsoft produced applications, the MSN ones tend to offer something of a slick interface that carries a consistency with all the other MSN applications that are available.
You’re able to search for any world cities, though there are seemingly no location aware abilities here, and add them to a stored front-page list. From here forecasts for the next five days, next 24-hours or an extended 8-day look ahead can be viewed.
The details provided are minimal, limited to the temperature highs and lows, wind speed and chances of rain. So no sunset times, phase of the moon or visibility but you can switch between Celsius and Fahrenheit.
Buy this app: Download the MSN Weather app now
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