Grab One of 30 Free Today Weather Premium Codes

Grab One of 30 Free Today Weather Premium Codes

With everyone preparing their travels for the holidays, we thought it would be a good time to talk about our favorite weather app- Today Weather. This app is free for Android and iPhone and comes from our very own development community in the forums. To show support to the community, Today Weather is giving out 30 ad-free codes.

Those of you with phones that have AMOLED displays will especially like this app due to its dark theme. A lot of effort was put into the design of this app to make it look as good as it does. The colorful icons and data visuals are set against a black background which makes everything very easy to read at a glance.

Today Weather is giving out 30 free premium codes which will give you an ad-free experience with the app. To get one of these codes, post in the comments section of this article and include your XDA username. Then sgsha a link to the app on Twitter and Facebook. The first 30 posts will receive a code [via XDA pm]. 

A beautiful UI makes your weather data easier to read at a glance

Get all of the important information you need, on one simple page

Use live radar to track developing storms

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.

Today Weather comes from  XDA Senior Member thotran7989. We love to support apps coming from within our community, and you’ll love the experience you have when you use Today Weather for staying up-to-date with your local weather status.

Today Weather is always being updated with new exciting features. Download the latest version of Today Weather for iPhone or Android.

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