Weather apps are a fairly ubiquitous presence on smartphones. From casual to power users, most everyone has a weather app on their smartphone. There are some excellent choices on Google Play, but the majority tend to be inundated with feature creep.
Feature creep is the phenomenon of slowly adding features to a piece of software, until, eventually, the app becomes so bloated that it consumes a significant amount of your phone's resources.
WeatherNeue seems impervious to that problem. In fact, building a fast, low-resource weather client seems to be the entire point.
You won't find any bells or whistles here. Open up the app to get a fast, beautiful overview of the current conditions and a four-day forecast.
The app will automatically detect your location. Clicking on that location will give you the option to change themes... and nothing else.
If you need to see a radar map, you'll have to search elsewhere. If you want to see tweets about the weather in your city, you're out of luck. If you want a quick look at the weather packaged in a slick interface without any bloat, WeatherNeue will do the job brilliantly. Get it on the Google Play Store or in the App Store.
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