Dark Sky - Review & Install Links
As the most accurate information source of hyperlocal weather, Dark Sky enables you to know exactly when the rain will begin or stop, right where you're standing with down-to-the-minute forecasts.
The app is free to be downloaded including a 24-hour forecast, a detailed 7-day forecast, current weather conditions, and beautiful weather maps.
Uninstall the app:
- Go to Settings menu
- Choose Apps or Application manager
- Touch the app you want to remove
- Press Uninstall
Dark Sky premium
You are welcomed to sign up for a two-week free trial to explore all of the premium features Dark Sky offered! If you love all the functions as much as we think you will, it will cost only $2.99 / year after that.
◆ Hyperlocal Forecasts
By adopting state-of-the-art technology to predict when it will rain, wind or snow, at your exact location, down to the minute, we deliver hyperlocal forecasts right where you're standing.
◆ Down-to-the-minute Forecasts
Down-to-the-minute forecasts inform you exactly when the rain will begin or stop, right where you're standing.
◆ Rain notifications and alerts
Within this app, you can be informed with updating Rain notifications, severe weather alerts, and custom alerts.
◆ Daily Summaries
If you schedule a Daily Summary, we'll send you a morning weather report right to your lock screen.
◆ Beautiful Maps
Dark Sky's stunningly smooth map simulations allows you to watch weather patterns changes right down in your neighborhood or evolve globally. Pull storms back and forth through time and into the future to see what the weather has in store for you.
◆ Widgets - Homegrown Weather Service
Widgets will show you the weather right on your home screen: Current conditions, a daily summary, next hour rain forecasts, and a look at the week ahead.
Dark Sky is now available in the US, UK, and Puerto Rico.
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