AccuWeather App for Windows 8, 10 Gets Push Notifications
AccuWeather is one of the best weather apps for Windows 8 users and have also covered an important update that it has received. Now, the official AccuWeather app for Windows 8 has received yet another important update that we’re going to talk about below.
There are plenty of weather apps in the Windows 8 Store, and AccuWeather is definitely among the best that you can use at the moment. AccuWeather has plenty of useful features that those wondering about the weather can use, such as detailed weather animations, severe weather notices, local forecast summaries, current weather conditions updated every 15 minutes and plenty more.
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AccuWeather app for Windows 8 gets improvements
AccuWeather has the Superior Accuracy™, custom views, and weather animations you love! It is fun-to-use, reliable, and will make all the difference in your day. The app is available in 27 languages and we designed it with you in mind because so many decisions are made based on the weather. You get a quick look at current weather conditions for the next 72 hours with an easy swipe to a calendar view of the forecasted conditions for each of the next 25 days – including the option to open up any of the 25 days for more weather detail!
Besides various bug fixes, AccuWeather for Windows 8 has now been given push notification capabilities, which is a feature that many users of the app have been requesting on the Windows Store. I’ve used the app myself on several occasions and I’m pleased with the fact that it can give accurate weather forecast not only to US locations, but also to anywhere on this planet. This is the problem that I had with other Windows 8 weather apps. So, if you’re already running AccuWeather on Windows 8, you just need to get the update, if not, download it using the link from below.
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