Get a Free Upgrade Code for Our Favorite Weather App – Today Weather

Get a Free Upgrade Code for Our Favorite Weather App – Today Weather

If we’ve learned anything from these past few weeks, we’ve learned that we need to be aware of what’s going on with our local weather. As we transition into the Fall season, it’s a good time to find a weather app that will get you the information you need, in a clean and beautiful interface. Today Weather is our favorite weather app right now and you can get one of 100 codes that we have for a free upgrade.

Useful Data at a Glance

The data-rich UI for Today Weather succeeds where other weather apps fail. It’s the design of the illustrations that make all the difference when delivering lots of data. In only a few seconds you’ll be able to get all the information that you’ll need about your weather and forecast.

Get your seven day forecast with the brilliant UI that can be read at a glance.

Know exactly when to expect your sunrise and sunset.

Keeping track of your air quality is a useful tool for people who live in large cities.

Weather Alerts

When it comes to weather alerts, you’ll want the most important developments with the most detailed information. Today Weather will alert you with the latest developments while including all the details you’ll need. The screenshot on the left shows an alert generated during hurricane Irma, providing locals with essential information about the storm.

Get a Free Upgrade Code

If you want to grab a code to unlock the full version of Today Weather, be one of the first 100 people to share this article on twitter.

Share this article on twitter with hashtags #XDA and #TodayWeather to get a free code

Make sure your twitter DMs are open so we can send you your code!

Detailed weather alerts will keep you updated on current weather conditions

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Ronald Comstock

I am a lover of Android and work on the sponsorship team at XDA-Developers, making sure the bills get paid.