I know, there are tons out there. But this one is super simple. Load the app and all you see IS THIS.
Tapping exposing the extra mumbo jumbo.
I just wanted to make a super simple clean weather app. So... Im going to. :)
about 1 year ago
So fresh and so clean. Awesome work!
love it! have you tried to make it a full screen app?
@Richard Quay like no status bar?
@Eric Hoffman yes. mostly when tapping on the large numbers and when everything else fades away, going full screen would push that effect so much more!
Looks awesome. Go for it.
@Richard Quay I like your thinking there
I love simplicity so I love this. Would it also give you severe weather alerts and a live map?
@Brian Plemons yes of course. Those would marquee scroll across the bottom along with ads and whats hot on NBC.
Great idea. Maybe ditch the header and put some ad space up top, and also on the bottom. Possibly trick the users so when they tap once you get a full screen video advertisement too.
This is in my top 5 things of 2012.
Edit: The locations list feels disconnected though. I clicked the attachment and thought it was the wrong one :P ;) XD
You need to get out more @Matt Kump ;)
Everything outside is from previous years!
If you drop the cloud, it could work as an oven thermometer too.
I heard Goonie Goo Hoo is lovely this time of year
@Alex Pankratov that would not work. Your phone would get too hot and break. You obviously did not think that one thru.
Good times in Salt Lake City.
KISS weather app - very sleek, but agree with @Matt Kump about the locations list. I would go with a colorscheme closer to the main screen.
Nice, I'd put the add button at the top and maybe add subtle colors on the screen.
Great job! Quick question: what's it going to look like with single digits? I mean, alignment-wise.
Damn crisp. Beautiful work.
Are there any buttons for say, changing your location? Or will it only work off the phone's location?
@Jonathon Toon Check the attachment :)
Wow this is nice. Good to get away from hyper realism.
Clean and simple. Just the way I like it.
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