My first smartphone was a BlackBerry 8330, and I have to admit that I loved it. After switching to Android, I couldn’t find a replacement for my favorite weather app, Berry Weather. I searched and searched, but to no avail. Then, I found BeWeather.
In my opinion, BeWeather is the best weather application for Android. The main page has a lot of information, such as current temperature, humidity, wind speed and more, along with a video that’s comparable to the weather app HTC has integrate into their Sense UI. When you touch the screen, an upcoming forecast, hourly forecast, and even phases of the Moon are listed below. There are also five different radars to choose from, two of which are close to your current location. Now, they say they are within 25 miles and 75 miles respectively, but that didn’t ring true for my location.
I used BeWeather last weekend, on a trip out of town. There was a problem with the background images not loading in one area of my journey, but it seems to be functional now, so I’m assuming it was a data connection issue not related to the app.
BeWeather is available on the Android Market for $3.41, and you can give it a shot by using the box below. So what do you use to keep track of the weather on your Android device? Don’t forget to leave a comment!