15 Best Weather Apps And Weather Widgets For Android

Weather is always changing. It is important to know the weather. Weather apps and widgets are good because they have more accurate information and they look better than before. These days, you can find great apps and widgets for your phone. There are a lot of them, but we think we found the best ones. Here is a list of the best weather apps and weather widgets that you can download on an Android phone.

For those who want more:

This list is not about weather radars. There is another list for that.

1 Weather

OneLouder Apps has been around for a long time. It is one of the most popular weather apps on this list, and it is also rated very well. It comes with your standard features like your daily forecast and hourly forecast, as well as other information. There are also some weather widgets available. The design is crisp and clean. It comes with Android Wear support, weather tracking for up to 12 cities, and has 25 languages. It also has a free version with ads. You can pay $1.99 to remove the ads. The only problem we’ve had is that the radar won’t load sometimes.

2 Accuweather

Accuweather by Accuweather.com is a good app for checking the weather. It takes care of basic needs such as how it will be in the next few hours and what the temperature will be for that time. Other features include radar, which helps you to see where rainstorms might form, and other hazards like lightning strikes. There was a new design for this app in 2020. It introduced some bugs that have not been fixed yet. But over the next year, these should be fixed too because the company will work on them and make them better. Some people can also get a subscription to the service, but we will keep an eye on it and re-evaluate

3 Appy Weather

Appy Weather is a new weather app that has many features. It includes most of the same features as other apps, but it is different in some ways. One thing is that the feed for this app will be more personalized, so you can get more information about what you want. The design of this app also looks very cool and fashionable

4 Google Feed

Google Assistant is not one of the usual weather apps. It can show you the weather, though. You can ask Google for the forecast or for something else. Click on the weather card to get more information on your phone’s browser. It doesn’t have a lot of features like other apps do, like widgets or radar built-in to However, it’s excellent for quick checks, quick updates, and severe weather alerts. It’s also entirely free. The app comes pre-installed on most Android devices as well.

5 MyRadar Weather Radar

MyRadar is a simple app that shows you a weather radar. It has a full range of features, including the ability to play animations so you can see if the rain is coming or going. The app itself is simple but you can buy additional features as in-app purchases. Some of the additional features include a hurricane tracker and additional radar features. The radar on this one is one of the best we’ve ever seen and it’s the only one that even comes close to how good Dark Sky was. However, it works best in combination with another weather app so you can get the normal weather features as well.

6 NOAA Weather

NOAA Weather Unofficial is an app that sources the NOAA and National Weather Service for its information. You can find things like the latest weather forecasts, hourly conditions, radar, and more. You can track several cities at once and there are weather widgets to choose from. The only downside is that the app doesn’t support severe weather alerts. You can check those in the app, but that’s about it. There’s a free version and a paid version. We recommend the free one first.

7 Overdrop

Overdrop is one of the newer weather apps on the list. It has a sleek design that is mostly minimal but just flashy enough to be enjoyable. The app also features real-time weather data, a 24-hour forecast, a seven-day forecast, severe weather alerts, six themes, various widgets, and more. You can also choose

8 Storm Radar by The Weather Channel

Storm Radar is a little different from other apps for the weather. It works kind of like those other apps, but it focuses on severe weather such as tornadoes, hurricanes, and storms. You can customize the radar with 20 layers to show you whatever you want. The app also has forecasts and current temperatures that let you know what it will be The irony is that this is from The Weather Channel and we think it’s actually better than the regular Weather Channel app. It’s completely free with ads if you’re interested.

9 Today Weather

Today Weather is a good app. It is clean, has lots of features, and is quick. This app has weather forecasts, humidity readings, real temperature versus felt temperature, severe weather alerts, widget for the weather forecast on the screen of your phone or tablet. The radar in this app can be beautiful too. It is free but with

10 WeatherBug

WeatherBug is an app that tells you the weather. It has forecasted, what the temperature is, radar maps of storms, and more. There are 18 different types of maps including lightning strikes. The app also tells you traffic conditions and weather alerts. You can download widget versions for free from this app but they are not included in the basic

11 The Weather Channel

Weather Channel is easily among the most recognizable weather apps out there. Thankfully, it covers all the basics. That includes the current temperature, future forecasts, severe weather alerts, radar, and more. It also includes breaking news, lightning alerts, and pollen alerts. There are a variety of widgets, a separate tablet UI, and additional stuff. It doesn’t cut any corners. That said, all of these features mean The Weather Channel app is one of the biggest ones on the list and not a great option for fans of minimalism. Otherwise, it’s perfectly functional.

12 What The Forecast?!!

What The Forecast is one of the newer weather apps. You’ve probably seen screenshots of this app somewhere on social media. The app gives you funny quips that describe the weather outside. It boasts over 6600 phrases with an optional setting for profanity. Additionally, the app includes a seven-day forecast, integration with AerisWeather, current temperature, the real feel, and more. This is definitely a fun weather app for those who need something basic but also unique. The profanity setting isn’t for everyone, but you knew that already.

13 Yahoo Weather

Yahoo’s weather app is probably their best app. It has a beautiful design and gives you the basic information you need. You can also track up to 20 cities with it and see pictures from around the world. The only problem is that they don’t have anything more than what they show you on the screen, so if you want something more serious,

14 YoWindow Weather

YoWindow Weather is one of the more unique weather apps. It’s quite flashy. You can move your finger across the UI to see the weather at any given point in the day. It also covers the basics fairly well. It’s not as powerful as some weather apps. However, simplicity has its benefits as well. This is a great weather app for those who need something simple but also still looks good. You can pick up the app for free to try out most of the features. The paid version goes for $2.99. It’s a reasonable price for what you’re getting.

15 Weather Underground

Weather Underground has changed a bit after IBM bought the company. The app still shows the weather forecast, and air quality metric, sunrise and sunset times, and more. It also includes hurricane tracking and news from Weather Underground. Additionally, the radar is fairly customizable with plenty of layers. The price is quite a bit steeper than it used to be and we understand if that price is too high for you, but the free version works the same with ads so it’s not too big of a deal to go with the free version.