Developer: Atom Systems Incorporated, SL
Current Version: 2.0
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 2.1 MB - Download
Welcome to Nano Weather
Do you want to know the weather forecast without having to look out the window? Do you want to have the most accurate and complete weather on the palm of your hand?
With Nano Weather is possible!
We have done for you what is probably the most beautiful weather app, and what is best, this is perhaps the most accurate of all existing ones. Other apps are focused on having lots of functions and settings. We thought it will be better to have an app that gives you everything in a simple but beautiful way using your Mac status bar. With Nano Weather you will have everything you need in a simple and natural fashion.
Super accurate weather forecast
Uses same weather engine as OurWeather
Temperature (ºC or ºF)
Weather Forecast for Today
Forecast for the next 5 days with maximum and minimum temperatures
Do you have some trouble? Do you need help? Do you have a awesome idea for this app? Please contact us. We are here to help!
*** User request feature: New weather icons on status bar
More Reviews for Current Version
Wish It Worked - I really loved this app—when it worked. Simple, elegant, accurate. The latest update has resulted in the app not connecting to its server properly (made sure that it wasn’t my firewall blocking it). It does connect after several hours of computer sleep, but the information displayed is several hours old (displays night during the day; day during the night) and inaccurate. Update forecast yields, apparently, nothing. App configuration will not open. I’ve uninstalled and reinstalled the app to no avail. Please restore this app to its former functionalty. MacBook Pro Retina Display, Early 2013, running Yosemite 10.10.4
Poor - Still ugly and pixeled icon.
Doesn’t work - Since there were no recent reviews (the last being over 3 years ago), I assumed any issues with this app had been addressed and solved. Turns out they are not. It never connects to the server (I gave it a full hour to do so), so it is useless. 99 cents down the drain just for thinking developers supported their own apps. Be aware and be wary.