Weather Line for iPhone puts worldwide weather forecasts and predictions all in one place

Weather Line for iPhone puts worldwide weather forecasts and predictions all in one place

Weather Line for iPhone brings all the things we care about when it comes to forecasts and predictions in one easy to use app. By pulling data from both Dark Sky and Forecast.io, you get the most accurate picture of both current and future conditions.

Most weather apps for iPhone fall into one of two categories - minimalist or feature packed. Weather Line is one of the first ones I feel is actually a happy middle ground. It achieves this by showing graphs and charts that are actually meaningful. Currently weather line can show you 36 hour, 7 day, and 12 month forecasts along with monthly averages and other info about historical weather conditions.

Due to the way Weather Line is divided up, you can just tap into the different tabs that show the information you want to see at that moment. If you just want to view current conditions, everything you could want to know about what the weather is, and will do today is right there. When you want to know more detailed data or what you can expect from this month on average, you can view historical data in just a few taps as well.

Weather Line also has information for common things such as "Feels Like" temperature, humidity, wind, sunrise and sunset. For US and UK residents, Weather Line supports down to the minute weather rain predictions by tying in with data from Dark Sky.

If you're looking for an easy to use weather app that doesn't compromise by eliminating important information, Weather Line is what you want.

Allyson Kazmucha

Editor for iMore, Potter pundit, and the ninja in your iOS

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emjayess says:

Thanks for the heads up--love Dark Sky, so this looks great! Going to give a try.

emjayess says:

OK, been checking out the app: yup, it's a winner! Now my go-to weather app! Thanks again!

(Don't know why I couldn't edit my previous post--I believe I used to see an "edit" button....?!)