Latest AccuWeather app Update Makes it Fully Compatible with Windows 8.1, 10
AccuWeather, one of the most reliable weather apps for Windows 8 device, has now been updated in the Windows Store and has received full support for Windows 8.1. Read to find out what has changed in the AccuWeather app
We have reviewed the AccuWeather app for Windows 8 a few months ago, but since then, Microsoft has made available Windows 8.1 and now it’s time to bring this awesome weather app under the spotlight once more. The latest update that AccuWeather has received in the Windows Store brings important stability improvements that are actually based on store feedback following the launch of our the rebuilt Windows 8.1 app.
AccuWeather app was actually made compatible with Windows 8.1 a few days after Microsoft’s new operating system has been launched, but may users, including myself, have been reporting bugs and glitches, such as loading slow or problems with the pinned live tiles and their size.
Now, AccuWeather has listened to all the feedback and the reviews and has delivered a fresh weather app, that eradicates all the previously annoying bugs. As a consequence, the app’s rating has become better and the reviews are sounding far more positive than they did before. You can now truly enjoy Windows 8.1:
A Windows 8 AccuWeather app designed for Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 Interface with fluid screen resizing to the snap view, and large, medium, small and wide Live Tile support for all your favorite locations. The Tiles automatically peek and refresh with current forecasts and weather maps.
AccuWeather for Windows 8.1 is available in 27 languages, letting you look at the weather conditions for the next 72 hours. The forecasted weather spans up to 25 days. The weather conditions are updated every 15 minutes with the humidity percentages, visibility, UV index, wind speed, direction and wind gusts, and the RealFeel technology.
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