Degreees is finally here! The fun, simplistic way to find out the temperature where you are.
Featuring a responsive design for your iPhone, adding the website to your homescreen allows easy, pleasant access to a mini-forecast of the weather.
If you find any bugs, or want any additional features, you might even want to just say 'hello' — Contact us.
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almost 2 years ago
This is Awesome! Great work man.
wow this is awesome!
Now, all this needs are some weather icons. Nah, kidding. Looks good!
@Yummygum Imageless! :)
Amazing work! :D
Wooh, I love it!
Love it Stuart, does the color change depending on Temperature?
@Donald. ♔ It does.
Oh boy, it's awesome work. Congrats!
Nice and simple!
Oh @Stuart You tease!
Really nice work. It's a shame more people aren't creating web apps that feel as good as native.
A simple and beautiful web app.
Great work guys :)
Simple, clean, crisp and looks gorgeous!
Seriously, this is amazing. Everything about it. The iOS integration, the design, the creativity. My hat goes off to you! One of those things that you look at and go, dang, why did I not think of that?
Maybe I've been jailbroken for too long, but isn't a full weather system like this built in to the notification center?
@Erik Binggeser Yes, there is a default weather app...
So just swiping down from the top of the screen, no matter what app someone might currently be in on their phone, gives them a full week of highs and lows and the forecast for each day. I don't understand why anyone would choose a web app with significantly less usefulness over that, no matter how damn good the web app looks.
@Erik Binggeser If you're after a pitch, selling you the idea of using Degreees, you wont get one off of me - I haven't made this to be profitable, I'm not forcing people to use this, I made it for fun and for people to simply get the weather.
You should ask the 14k+ unique users that have used it why they made the choice to use it over swiping down on their screen.
This is stunning! I'm really sad that it doesn't work on my S3. Doesn't stop me perving over it on my desktop though :P
about 1 year ago
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