Android Weather Widget With Realistic Effects
Tired of your weather app? Does your device not supports Sense 3.0?Don’t worry, we have an alternative for you! XDA member Charlie3999 informed us about Weather Widget application for your Android device. This great widget displays realistic video effects of cloudiness, rain, and snow supporting more than 50,000 locations world-wide. Some features present on latest version are:
- Desktop widgets with clock
- Live wallpapers
- Animated daily weather forecast
- Realistic Video effects of cloudiness, rain and snow
- Multiple scene landacapes
- Custom (user-defined) backgrounds
A video is included in the original thread. The app can be found for free in the usual place.
Originally posted by Charlie3999
Nice weather animation
Animated Weather for Android – Weather forecast application. The exquisitely realistic video effects of cloudiness, rain and snow provide the vivid sensation of current or future weather conditions for more than 50000 locations over the world.
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