Description of App
Introduce the brand new Mr. Weather 2, your uniquely personal weather app.
Leave weather to Mr. Weather, stay focused on your life.
Mr.Weather 2 includes seven categories of cards, more than 50 number of cards you can choose. Realtime precipitation or temperature variation trend, you can always find one card which satisfies what you need. Check what you care, in a brand new way.
You can create custom weather conditions monitors in Mr. Weather.
Mr. Weather will observe it and let you know when the conditions you set been satisfied. What to see if you need to bring an umbrella today, or if it's a poor air quality day? Just let Mr. Weather takes care of what you care about.
• Multiple Cities
Mr. Weather combines a couple of world top weather forecast data providers. So you can add cities all over the world, and check the weather in multiple cities at one time in Mr. Weather Cities view.
Mr. Weather app includes one widget so that you can access it from the system home screen or lock screen. And you can customize it, select what you most cared items to the widget.
• Cloud Sync
Mr. Weather supports cloud sync services. After you sign in to Mr. Weather, your cities, cards, monitors will be synced across all of your devices, which signed into your Mr. Weather account.
Mr. Weather has fully supported the Accessibility VoiceOver feature. Including cards, monitor contents, navigations, and more.
• And So Much More
Mr. Weather supports a couple of Apple's latest technologies. Like Dark Mode and Sign in with Apple (Require iOS 13). So you can unlock the full power of iOS and your iPhone.
Terms and Conditions：https://www.roczhang.com/mr.weather/terms_and_conditions.html
What is the difference
What is the difference between this and weather gods? I can access most of this stuff via weather gods or almost any weather app I use such as acuweather etc.
Hi. Does this app support allergy alerts like pollen & mold etc etc? I have allergies, so it'd be nice 2 have an app 4 that. Thanks!
I would love to find an app for that too. It appears this one has air quality index, but I didn't see pollen alerts, unfortunately. I'll keep looking. In the meantime, the weather channel app does give a pollen report, at least during allergy season. I have yet to figure out one for mold.