The popular weather app Dark Sky has a new update rolling out that brings a much needed User Interface update along with a handful of new features. The update is version 2.0 of the app and if you already have the app installed, you should have the update already or very soon.
The bulk of the changes in this update to Dark Sky are around the apps interfaces. For example, there is no a unified forecast tab with the next 24 hour and week forecast. You can also save up to six locations in the app to swipe between so they are always available to you.
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Four years after making its debut on iOS, the hyperlocal weather app Dark Sky has finally made its way to Android. The app has had rave reviews from iOS users for its notifications and super accurate local weather information that it provides to your exact location. It is super impressive and the user interface is clean and simple in presenting the weather information to you. What’s better, the Android app starts free and you can subscribe to the Premium version of the app for $2.99 per year if you want to do so. iOS users pay $3.99 for the app.
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