Bowvie Weather app uses OpenWeatherMap and supports Android 10’s dark mode

Bowvie Weather app uses OpenWeatherMap and supports Android 10’s dark mode

Most smartphone OEM UX skins come with their own launcher, and often their own weather app and widget included. If for whatever reason you dislike the included weather app for your phone and haven’t settled on any of the weather app choices we have presented in the past, like YoWindow, NavBar Weather, Overdrop, and TodayWeather, you can take a look at Bowvie Weather — a simple weather app that sources its data from OpenWeatherMap.

Bowvie Weather by XDA Member Raalders is a daily weather tracking app that provides weather data for more than 200,000 cities around the world. The app combines accurate current weather data and 5-day forecast with neat data presentation so that you can prepare yourself accordingly. The app includes neat widgets, forecast data for up to 5 days, sunrise and sunset times, tailored local weather notifications, support for imperial and metric systems and more! There’s even support for Dark Mode on Android 10.

If this sounds like an app you were searching for, head on over to the links below and try out this free app for yourself. Do note that the app ad-supported. You can also direct feedback to the app developer in the XDA thread linked below.

Bowvie Weather — XDA Thread

Download Bowvie Weather from the Google Play Store

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