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LevelUp Studio Launches Bright Weather to Google Play

Bright Weather

A new application called Bright Weather from LevelUp Studio, the same creators of Beautiful Widgets, launched on Google Play this morning.

The app is described as being the most comprehensive weather application on Google Play, bringing many features to the disposal of users, including complete weather forecasts, advanced weather condition information, and current moon phases.

Still interested? Check out this full feature list below. 

Features

  • Simple weather overview with 24 hours forecast with temperatures and conditions
  • Advanced weather conditions with todays hourly forecast, sunset and sunrise
  • Six days weather forecast with details for the day and night
  • Weather almanac enclosing temperature records
  • Current Moon phase, UV Index
  • Interactive Weather Radar Map featuring clouds, rain, snow, pressure, temperature and wind
  • Take a picture and share your weather using the integrated camera feature
  • Beautiful Widgets with an optional clock
  • Daily updated background picture

The app is free to download from Google Play, but much like Beautiful Widgets, it does offer in-app purchases to help the developers continue to bring new features and enhancements.

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  • meatydojo06

    I like it. I already have beautiful widgets from these guys and still love it. I like this just as much. FYI…2.75 to get rid of the ads. Not bad imo.

  • http://twitter.com/jdrch jdrch

    Don’t think anything will beat Weatherbug for me for a while.

  • Ryan N

    Works absolutely beautifully with nova launcher’s widget overlap option and my timely widget!

  • sammy

    WeatherBug, and it’s free. THAT is the most comprehensive weather app on Google Play.

  • ReturnOfTheMack

    This just might pull me away from 1weather.

  • Illinipoke

    Pretty but the weather map sucks. No timelaps, or map with roads marked?

    • Raven

      I will give it a shot, but I agree, no time lapse or animated weather maps is a big missing feature. Watching the storm clouds roll through is the main reason I look at weather apps on my tablet versus simple weather widgets.

  • Kevin Choi

    This just might replace Eye in Sky for me. They haven’t been updating their app recently and there are some bugs.

  • http://idle0095.com/ IDLE0095

    Im trying it out. I dont know if this will replace zooper widget though. I always hated zooper but for the last 3 months I have used it. I like the fact I cant change the theme of it. Lets see if this works out.

  • ChrisCorp

    Interesting. Looks like it is packed full of features. My first app purchase was Beautiful Widgets back when DL wrote them up. I don’t know if this will replace BW, but I will definitely give it a try.

  • jwildman16

    Looks like Yahoo Weather. If it uses less data and memory resources, I’m in.

    • Kevin

      Also Yahoo Weather doesn’t have a Tablet interface so this looks better.

    • Dave

      Yahoo weather is pretty impressive for a mainstream large app.

  • jbworldwide1

    It’s a pretty good app. Might replace Beautiful Widgets for me.