Weather Line, has become my primary weather app. I find the temperature graph (hourly, daily, monthly) to be an incredibly useful visualization. How warmly do I need to dress today? What should I pack for this trip?
One look at it is enough to make you fall in love with it.
What sets Weather Line apart is how it streamlines weather data to a simple interface element: a line.
One of my favorite aspects of Weather Line is the frequent attention to detail that is displayed throughout the app.
I beta-tested Weather Line (and even contributed two tiny lines to the design!), and I really like the hourly graph and overall visual style.
Often, I care about the weather more in the future (versus right now, which I can actually see and feel already), and that’s exactly what this one specializes in.
Weather Line is simple, delightful, and very responsive. It feels right at home on iOS 7. And the icon is fantastic.
If you are looking for a more comprehensive, simple to use, easy to understand alternative to the stock weather app on iOS 7, Weather Line is just the app you need.
Most weather apps for iPhone fall into one of two categories - minimalist or feature packed. Weather Line is one of the first ones I feel is actually a happy middle ground.