I have a confession to make: I love weather apps. It's not so much that I always want to know what the weather is (even though I do), it's that I just loving seeing all that information on one screen. Current temp, high, low, time, hourly and daily forecast - it's enlightening. Like so many other people, though, I don't just want to see this info in a dry manner. Weather in text form is boring - I want it to be pretty! You know, like weather is naturally.

Enter a beautiful weather app called Weather Live. This app has been exclusive to the Amazon Appstore for the last several months, but it's now in the Play Store for all to enjoy.

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It shows all sorts of information on one screen: current temp and conditions, "real feel," high, low, time (local), date, hourly and daily forecasts, and more. The options are simple and few - just the way a weather app should be. You can add different locations, change temp, wind speed, pressure, and time format settings; as well as control the app's layout according to what info you want to see. 

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The main problem I see with the app is that, for the time being, it's not compatible with some tablets, which includes the Nexus 7. I think the layout would look fantastic on a 7" device, so I hope the developer tweaks the Store listing in the near future.

For a limited time, the app - normally $1.99 - is only $0.99 in the Play Store. Hit the widget to grab it.