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Changing the look and feel of the iOS UI, swapping out interface assets for additional artwork and overhauling the lock screen Notification Center are just a few areas within the jailbreak world that are growing in popularity daily. Themes and Notification Center widgets are littered throughout Cydia, which is the main reason why it's always great when something like NCWeather comes along and injects energy and elegance into Notification Center.
The recently released StatusWeather tweak for jailbroken iPhones and iPod touches is the definition of simplicity. There are times when an in-depth, complicated package is required to provided intricate functionality to jailbroken users. There are also times when keeping it simple is definitely the best approach. StatusWeather definitely falls under the latter category and exists to capture the current weather details and make them visible at all times by placing them in the status bar.
Apple's Weather app icon. It's never been something that users of the iPhone or iPod touch have been keen on. In fact, its inability to change its appearance as the weather changes outside the window has often been the subject of much ire and consternation amongst those of us that spend far too much time worrying about icons.
We know what you're thinking; why do different app marketplaces for each mobile platform need a plethora of third-party alarm apps, when the native implementation does the job perfectly well? We have to agree to a certain extent and have always found that the simplistic alarm feature on our iPhone or Galaxy S III does a perfectly good job of getting us up in the morning. With that said, there's always room for a little innovation regardless of the app genre. And it looks like AlarMe for Android app combines necessary alarm features with a very clever weather based twist.
Although many of us treat our smartphones and tablets as consumption devices for gaming, watching movies and reading books, they are also vital hubs of information, reference and productivity. When planning the day ahead, it's always nice to be able to check the weather at a glance, but often, I find, apps and widgets don't always update as they should, and even if they do seem to be in sync with the present time, they only offer vague coverage of the surrounding town or city.
Weather is a funny old thing, unless you happen to be caught up in the middle of it. There's nothing worse than the best laid plans being ruined by some unseasonal rain, or perhaps even unseasonal sunshine! The iOS App Store is literally flooded (bad pun!) with weather apps as far as the eye can see - some are good, some are bad, even more are downright abysmal.
We all love a good and decent looking weather app on our phones here at Redmond Pie, and for that very reason we’ve decided to compile a list of our favorite ones which you can download and try on your iPhone right now.