Dark Sky Weather

Dark Sky is the most accurate source of hyperlocal weather information. With down-to-the-minute forecasts, you’ll know exactly when the rain will start or stop, right where you’re standing. (It’s like magic.)

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YOUR WEATHER, DOWN TO THE MINUTE
Dark Sky is able to create forecasts for your precise location, giving you minute-by-minute predictions for the next hour and hour-by-hour forecasts for the next day and week.

BEAUTIFUL WEATHER ANIMATIONS
The same technology that powers Dark Sky’s predictions also allows us to make the world’s first perfectly smooth radar animation. Other apps show you a chunky slideshow that makes it nearly impossible to tell how storms are moving. But Dark Sky’s radar animation lets you see the actual path of the storm: how it moved in the past, and where it’s going in the future.

PUSH NOTIFICATIONS
Dark Sky comes with advanced notification options: Receive down-to-the-minute alerts before it starts raining at your exact location, get notified of government severe weather alerts (for such things as thunderstorms, flooding, hurricanes, etc.), or even create your own custom notifications covering the next 24 hours for things like temperature, wind, precipitation and more. Even if you haven’t opened the app in days, Dark Sky will tell you what you need to know, when you need to know it.

TODAY WIDGET
The Dark Sky Notification Center Widget tells you at a glance what’s going to happen in the next hour and the next week, so you don’t even have to unlock your phone to quickly check the weather before heading out.

TIME MACHINE
Explore weather in the past or future. Choose a date and see historical weather data or future predictions based off of seasonal averages.

APPLE WATCH
Dark Sky looks great on your wrist. Get notifications and check out the weather for the next week with the Dark Sky app built from scratch for Apple Watch.

- Forecast now caches most recent GPS location

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Dark Sky Weather Reviews (29)

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super sonic cloud
super sonic cloud
16 September 2018

CARROT⁵ uses dark sky

Katie Huff
Katie Huff
06 September 2018

Do you like the recent Dark Sky update?

MF48
MF48
1 star

The app no longer works on Apple Watch; it crashes every time I try to use it. I have uninstalled and reinstalled but the problem persists.

davidd62
Davidd62
3 star

Looks pretty but UI has been compromised.

Scowler
Scowler
3 star

The Apple Watch app does not reflect the settings from the phone. Eg my phone is set to show Celsius but the watch always shows Fahrenheit.

Ruben Caro
Ruben Caro
29 July 2018

Thank you for the video

ModzByDemi -
ModzByDemi -
12 July 2018

Thanks for the reviews. I'm going with Dark Sky!

chinadoll0827
Chinadoll0827
2 star

Watch complication still not working after last iOS update, despite two updates being release by Dark Sky. Accuracy isn’t what it used to be when I bought the app a few years ago... I have had several instances in the past few months where it’s raining outside, and the app shows no rain forecasted for the next hour.

fjpoblam
Fjpoblam
1 star

What’s all the hooplah? Listed as tops in the App Store. NOT. Maybe it’s good if you want a quickie. I’ve had 28 weather apps (both free and paid) shown in my App Store history. So BTDT. Dark Sky is a POOR ROI. Installed: on my iPad the “current location” is three blocks away from the “current location” shown on my iPhone. “Light snow will stop in 30 minutes.” Well, I guess it could. I stand out in the clear and there’s no light snow (or rain, or breeze) at *this very moment*. So, yep, I guess it could stop in 30 minutes. So could an earthquake or a tornado. (Have you stopped beating your wife?) Information on current conditions? Temperature/feels like and a precip icon, with a rough stab at precip guess (as described above). For more, scroll down and touch once each for hourly temp, feels like, precip, wind. Tedious. No comprehensive description current condition or future predictions. [Edit: that very next day] Having seen the Dark Sky website bragging about its very many sources if info I was doubly surprised—or maybe not—at this morning’s prediction: “Next Hour: Temporarily unavailable. (Radar station offline.)” Multiple sources, eh? Hah! Too bad the App Store has no return policy. I’ve seen far better weather apps. I have one.

Syntaxterror
Syntaxterror
2 star

Frustrating experience with things constantly getting broken and then fixed then broken again. Bought primary for watch support but the complication stopped updating

TheGoggles
TheGoggles
06 June 2018

You had me at "homicidal". Trying Carrot now!

Chuck Norris
Chuck Norris
5 star

Chuck Norris' programs never exit, they terminate.

Jeffrey Croft
Jeffrey Croft
07 July 2018

Storm was the best weather app. Too bad it has recently discontinued

Ben Abels
Ben Abels
13 May 2018

Thanks. Good video and very informative.

Aristotle
Aristotle
5 star

Happiness depends upon ourselves.

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