Rain or shine?: 8 best weather apps
From full-blown weather simulators to daily sun reports, here are the best apps to track the showers - and sun - this summer
Thursday 08 May 2014
One minute it's brilliantly sunny, the next the heavens open and you're caught without an umbrella. We've all suffered at the hands of unpredictable weather.
But help is out there. Keep track of changes on the go with one of these forecasters and make sure you have a fighting chance of catching the sun, whenever he may have his hat on
Click on the gallery to see the IndyBest buys
In terms of an app that not only shows you relevant details on how the weather will change, but also shows you it in clever new ways, Dark Sky is a winner.
2. Horizon Calendar, £2.99 on iPhone and iPad
6. Haze, £1.99 on iPhone and iPad
8. Dark Sky, £2.49 on iPhone and iPad
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