In this post we have put together the best weather apps and widgets for Android.All these weather apps and widgets currently available for free in the Google Play Store.
Best weather apps and widgets for Android
Transparent clock & weather: best Weather Widget
This weather app, as the name suggests, rolls a clock and weather display into some convenient homescreen widgets. But not only does it provide the latest weather info, Transparent clock & weather also shows your battery level, next alarm, next event in your calendar; it can even show your internal system information like SD card storage and Wi-Fi status.
Weather from NOAA free: best for emergency weather updates
If you live or a traveling in a region which often becomes affected by severe weather, we recommend you check out Weather from NOAA free. This app delivers the latest news straight from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to provide the most critical information on mainland storms, cyclones, tornadoes and other severe weather.
The Weather Channel: best for world weather news
The Weather Channel is the go-to weather app for many Android users with up-to-date and accurate weather information. It includes hourly, 36-hour and 10-day forecast options, as well as the usual gamut of weather conditions like wind speed, humidity, UV index, visibility, dew point and pressure. It also has a slick interface, featuring a weather-related videos section with clips from around the world.
1Weather: best design and animations
1Weather is one of the best free weather apps for Android, not only because of the immense amount of weather information it is able to share (weather, temperature, wind speed, UV index etc), but also because of its awesome graphics, design and setup. It’s really got it all: real-time and regularly updated weather forecasts for your home base, but also anywhere in the world.
Accuweather: best for serious weather addicts
Yahoo Weather: best for ease of use
Yahoo Weather, a free weather app for Android, offers tons of information without ever feeling cluttered, and features ever-changing backgrounds from Flickr, making it feel forever fresh..
GO Weather: best free version of a paid app
Weather Underground: best for getting involved
WeatherBug: best for extra features
Google Now: best for simplicity
Google Now has a lot to offer in the form of cards which you can customize to show information that you need, when you need it. One of these is a weather card, which displays the daily forecast for your current location, work location and travel destinations. The design is very “Google”: simple, minimalist, and informative.