Dark Sky App for iPhone Review

| June 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

Dark Sky app for iPhone is one of the best weather forecasting applications available on the iOS platform. Designed by Jackadam, the app has already fetched 4+ rating on the iTunes App Store and forecast weather conditions accurately and precisely. Dark Sky – Weather Radar, Hyperlocal Forecasts, and Storm Alerts app costs merely $3.99 and can be downloaded from iTunes App Store.


Dark Sky for iPhone provides an exemplary interface. Once after successful installation, launch of the app begins with an overview of a user’s current location’s weather along with a map of current radar in the background. The app makes use of GPS and provides minute to minute predictions for the next hour weather conditions. Besides this, it can forecast the weather conditions for the next day and the upcoming week. There were a few technical glitches in terms of push notifications and location services which are already fixed by the developer.

Dark Sky App for iPhone

Dark Sky iPhone app provides an outstanding smooth map simulations and delivers very precise alerts when rain or snow is about to begin wherever you are. The app brings a splendid feature as radar animation on the screen which lets a user see the actual path of the storm, the movement of the storm along with its direction and speed. The app comes up with a push notification feature which informs a user before it starts raining at the exact location or when one will be in the path of the storm. The only snag of Dark Sky app is its availability in the cities of US, UK and Ireland.


Dark Sky – Weather Radar, Hyperlocal Forecasts, and Storm Alerts app for iPhone requires iOS version 7.0 or later. The app is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The app is already optimized for iPhone 5 and it’s your personal weather station. Analyzing all the above aspects of the app, Dark Sky is a worth of download if one’s work concern depends on the weather conditions.

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