Yahoo Weather Android App Now Shows Beautiful Animations

Yahoo has today updated its weather app for the Android platform, with beautiful animated effects and several other modifications. Yahoo had already announced weather app with high-end animation for iOS users earlier in this year. Now users can see the showers or snow animations on their screen instead of reading weather forecasts.


Users can enjoy various weather conditions with animated effects like fog, rain, heat, snow, lightning, and frost, thanks to bleeding-edge graphics technology typically only seen in video games. Yahoo app is indeed one of the best apps in our opinion, which offers very accurate hourly, daily or weekly weather forecasting.

Just by downloading and glancing at the app interface, you will be immediately aware of what the weather looks like outdoors. With these effects weather forecasting becomes more attractive. Users will get the update about wind, pressure, see animated sunrise, sunset and they can also track their favorite destinations.

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One of the best features of this app is that its clutter free. You can view weather stats for your location on the main screen, which also integrates a picture specific to your location from flickr. You can swipe down for more details and forecast for the next few days. You can also add your favorite cities by tapping plus sign on the display and swipe left to right to move between locations.

You can choose the app to update hourly, 5-day and 10-day according to your wish. This will help you plan your day and perhaps, will save you from soaking in an unexpected winter shower. There are several users who like to get weather updates on their portable devices, and if you are one such users, you can try download and try Yahoo weather app for free from Playstore.

Author: Pooja

Pooja is passionate about blogging and Tech which makes life easier and interesting. While she is not exploring tech trends, you can find her devouring epic fantasy adventure literature and movies from across the globe.

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