Upcoming Windows 8.1 Weather App Update With Larger Live Tile Support And More Shown On Video

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Microsoft is planning to update its core apps for Windows 8/RT devices along with the release of Windows 8.1. Weather app is also getting such update with support for larger live tile sizes, introductory video and more. Watch them it action in the video above.

  • Local Weather – Quickly access 10-day and hourly forecasts, forecasts from multiple trusted providers, and historical weather averages.
  • Day Drill Down – View each day’s forecast in detail with the day drill down feature, including day and night forecast and historical information.
  • Places – Conveniently track current weather in the locations you care about most.
  • World Weather – Browse current weather conditions for cities all over the world.
  • Maps – Go deep in detail with radar, temperature, precipitation, cloud and satellite maps.
  • See the weather in ski resorts around the world with snow forecasts, ski trail maps, ski deals & news, web cams and 360 degree panoramas.
  • Severe Weather Alerts – Timely notifications help you prepare for severe weather.
  • Live Tile – See current weather conditions for any city right on your Start screen.  Click or tap for the full forecast.

Source: Bavo



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  • J88NYr

    Did I see an advert in the app :( ?

  • jim

    why microsoft stop animation Weather? beta windows 8 have animation.

  • herho

    They really need to speed up the performance….

  • arrow2010

    As usual Microsoft doesn’t get it. Those horrid color choices, flat tiles. Eye candy UI sells devices. Trying to squeeze every last minute of battery life by making everything flat won’t help if nobody buys the devices.

    • Jammmmd

      Minimalist design is much more sexier and content-focused than gradients and bulky designs… get with the times bro or go use a dated Mac.

    • bizzLeBozzLe

      Forward thinking… why do u think android and even iOS are adopting a “flatter” design language? I think ms gets it, and everyone else is finally getting it…