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CARROT Weather _VERIFIED_


Carrot Weather is out with an update today that brings a fun implementation of ChatGPT, expanded radar, weather alerts, lightning notifications, and more. And while you can enjoy the snarky new AI chatbot experience, you can also customize its personality.




CARROT Weather


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Carrot Weather is ready for iOS 16.1 and the launch of Live Activities. The new release comes with support for the feature on the Lock Screen as well as the Dynamic Island to seamlessly keep up with the weather.


After winning both an Apple Design Award and an App of the Year Award last year, Carrot Weather is out with its first major update for 2022. Arriving with this release is a rebuilt and faster than ever weather maps experience, layers for forecasts, access to individual radar stations, a new smart zoom feature, and more.


Continuing the trend of impressive, regular updates, the hit app Carrot Weather is out with its latest release today. The new version comes with the ability to automatically switch between custom UI layouts, includes a fun new feature to film your own weather reports to share with friends and family, and more.


Carrot Weather is out with an update today that brings a variety of useful new features. Highlights include a new design for iPad as well as support for Slide Over and Split View multitasking. Users will also gain iCloud sync and restore, improved severe weather notifications, and more.


Snarky and sassy Carrot Weather is receiving a major update today with a slew of new features. Headlining this release are new lightning, storm cell, astronomy, and custom notifications, critical alerts for life-threatening weather, a new paid tier, and more.


The highly popular Carrot Weather iOS app has received a big update today that brings new data sources like The Weather Channel and AccuWeather, integration with personal weather stations like Netatmo, a new recent searches feature, new Apple Watch complications, and much more.


The popular and brutally honest weather app Carrot Weather has today been updated to version 4.7.2 with a handful of new features. The update brings improvements for hurricane tracking, notification changes, and much more.


CARROT is smart, so she won't load your screen up with a bunch of useless cards. If you open the app on a relatively calm day, you might only see sunrise/sunset and moon phase cards. But when the weather starts to turn, new cards will bubble up to highlight potential hazards: a big drop in pressure over the next 3 hours, gale-force winds this afternoon, two inches of rain in the next day.


The subscription is necessary because weather data is very expensive. Without charging extra for the subscription, in just one year it would cost CARROT more to supply weather data than a $4.99 upfront payment for the app. So CARROT's Maker either had to offer a subscription or not add these awesome features at all.


Premium Club members can use Interface Maker to build the weather app of your dreams. Add new components, rearrange them, change their design, insert additional data points, and more. The system is incredibly flexible, allowing you to create entirely different designs to suit your exact needs.


Subscribers can also hook into data pulled from personal weather stations right in their backyard. WeatherFlow/Tempest and Netatmo stations are directly supported, while any station that connects to PWSweather can be displayed in CARROT as well.


Yes, you earn achievements by experiencing weather events, traveling the world, and using different features in the app. It will take more perseverance than the typical human possesses to collect them all.


Mueller focused the experience on a few key data points and used color to communicate weather conditions so that people could quickly get a sense of their forecast. From there, he worked in reverse, bringing his favorite features back into the iPhone and iPad app.


CARROT Weather, our pick for the best weather app, recently released a lovely update that adds support for Shortcuts, which opens up the ways you can get the weather along with all the personality of your favorite (occasionally homicidal) robot.


Whatever you are planning to do for today you need to know the weather conditions before you leave the house. And because we all suffer from smartphone addiction, a mobile app is all you need. But what should you choose from thousands of apps that promise you the same thing? How about Carrot Weather? Maybe you will be convinced by the fact that it offers you more than weather forecasts. Now it remains to be seen if this app fits your requirements.


Actually, checking the weather every now and then is a monotonous activity. But with a little imagination, Muller managed to make users coming back for more even if they already know the state of the atmosphere. When you are in the bus and you are looking for something interesting to do, why not opening your favorite weather app? This phrase sounds weird but the uniqueness of this app comes from the fact that Carrot offers various hints which helps users to discover Secret Locations like the Moon or the Pyramids. A virtual hunt is what customers need to become addicted to the app.


As part of WWDC this month, Apple announced this year's winners of an Apple Design Award, which honors excellence in innovation, ingenuity, and technical achievement in app and game design. Among the recipients in 2021 was CARROT Weather, a popular app known for its humorous weather forecasts.


The quirky weather app was a winner in the "Interaction" category alongside Bird Alone. Apple said winners in this category "deliver intuitive interfaces and effortless controls that are perfectly tailored to their platform."


"CARROT Weather is known for its humorous forecasts and unique visuals," said Apple. "A recent design update has brought simplicity and elegance to its experience across all Apple platforms. From witty weather projections, to a robust set of customizable widgets and a collection of useful watch faces, this app comes packed with endless entertainment."


On Android, the interface is essentially unchanged. The homescreen consists of three main sections. At the bottom is a day carousel and just above it is an hourly graph with the temperature and chance of precipitation. At the very top is a section that provides the weather conditions for that moment with additional stats like wind speed, humidity, UV Index, and more.


Carrot Weather is a stunningly hilarious and best weather alert app that provides you weather updates with funny quotes. Carrot Weather app is available for free to download on iOS and Android devices.


The app opens up to show the weather up top. You get plenty of details as well including wind speeds, pressure, UV index, and more. Plus, you get an hourly view down below so you can see forecasts for the rest of the day as well.


Carrot Weather also offers a weekly weather forecast view at the very bottom, along with more details for each of those days by just tapping on them. Plus, you can use the Carrot Weather iPad widget to keep weather on your iPad home screen.


There are two things that really set Carrot Weather apart from other apps. First is the really hilarious AI that insults you while telling you the weather. The second is an AR mode that looks really cool and shows all the relevant weather information as well.


When Mother Nature is in a bad mood (which is more likely than ever these days thanks to climate change), it helps to keep an eye on what's happening in the sky. One of the most important tools for that is a mobile weather app. A good weather app helps you decide if you'll need to bring an umbrella to work, or prepare for more serious conditions. With wild weather across the country, particularly hurricanes threatening coastal states, it's a good idea to check the forecast or radar for upcoming conditions. A weather app lets you do that wherever you are, whenever you like.


When testing weather apps, we spent most of our time evaluating the effectiveness of their design. An ideal weather app is visually pleasing and easy to use. If you have to dig through several screens to find out when it's going to rain, the app is off to a bad start.


What we didn't look for is whether or not the predicted weather came to pass. Our reasons are twofold: First, most weather apps get the bulk of their data from the National Weather Service. Some also pull their predictions from AccuWeather, or the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The Weather Channel and a few other companies have their own predictive models, but many apps are just shells into which data flows.


Second, and more importantly, to really determine the accuracy of the service's model, we'd have to perform exhaustive tests across the globe. We're simply not set up to tackle that kind of challenge. As it stands, we'll assume that if a company has invested the time and effort to create its own predictive models for something as complex as weather, then it probably knows more about meteorology than we do.


You may notice that Dark Sky(Opens in a new window), one of our favorite weather apps, is no longer on this list. After being acquired by Apple several years ago, Dark Sky will shut down at the end of 2022. Expect its features to get rolled into future iOS weather functionality.


At first, we did not fully appreciate the sheer number of weather apps available for Android and iOS devices. In the end, we picked those we thought offered something unique, along with the most popular apps. The vast majority of these apps are free, so try them out until you find the sunniest one for you.


Its new interface may be complex, but AccuWeather has seen major improvements thanks to a recent revision. The planning features are more comprehensive, as they use weather data to help you manage allergies, safely drive, or boost productivity. We like that it includes a news section for watching videos about upcoming weather events.


As long as you're willing to upgrade to its premium tier, Carrot Weather is a fine Android alternative to the soon-to-be-defunct Dark Sky. In fact, it draws from Dark Sky's own accurate weather data, while adding its own snarky flavor text. 041b061a72


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