Let us get straight to the point. Solar is one weather app you should check out. The iOS app does what it’s supposed to do, not to mention the beauty with which it presents the data.
The app doesn’t go too deep on the technical data, nor does it bombard you with graphs and charts; it tells you just what you want to know.
It’s got a cool Rothko-inspired color schemes which is hard not to like and on it you can see the current time, date, condition, and temperature of the city you are in. You can also set multiple locations and swipe through them to check the weather at those places.
And the app’s incredibly user friendly; you drag your finger up the screen and it cycles through the conditions for the next 24 hours, you swipe downward and it shows the three-day forecast. You can also double tap or pinch to zoom out and see other cities you’ve added to your list, in tiles.
There are no ads to annoy you and Solar has a smooth uncluttered look.
Head over to iTunes App Store to get the app. Solar costs 99 cents.