The Weather Channel App for Windows 8, 10 Completely Revamped
The Weather Channel app for Windows 8, 8.1 and Windows RT users is one of the best weather apps that you can find in the Windows Store, and now it has received what seems to be the biggest update since the application first made its way into the store. Read below for more details on this.
With a huge set of tools available at your disposal to check the weather, not just a basic forecast, The Weather Channel app is, in my humble opinion, the best weather app in the entire Windows Store. IF you don’t agree with me, then leave a comment and let me know what other title do you think could be suite for this “crown”. And now it has gotten even better, just to show that its creators care for the development of the app itself.
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The Weather Channel on Windows brings a massive update
This is quite an update, as the release note is rich in details. Here’s a breakdown of the most important new features and changes:
- beautiful background imagery
- leading Windows 8.1 features, including enhanced search and location management
- enhanced video player and content
- updated live tile with location and improved info
- localized to support numerous additional countries
- bug fixes and performance improvements
Get current weather with rich-image tiles on your desktop and click-into our app when you need more weather details, forecasts, and severe weather info. No other app compares to The Weather Channel for providing severe weather alerts delivered to your desktop, while allowing you to see local area radar to stay abreast of storms, as well as watch videos produced by the industry leader, The Weather Channel. Now get going, It’s Amazing Out There.
And the best part is that you get to enjoy all of these features completely for free, since the app is ad-supported, but doesn’t get on your nerves. So, waste no more time and hit the download button from below!
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