PublisherThe Weather Channel.
Download size14 MB
- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- phone identity
- location services
- music library
- photos library
- media playback
- data services
- web browser component
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
- photo, music, and video libraries
Supported languages (1)
Take your weather experience to the next level with The Weather Channel® for Windows Phone 8. Redesigned for Windows Phone 8, our new app provides the best weather experience for Windows Phone 8. Update 18.104.22.168: * New small live tiles * Severe weather alerts available on live tiles * Background image optimization * Bug fixes
7/26/2014This app is so off,I get caught in bad weather always
7/26/2014A little bugy
7/25/2014No longer updates live tile to display current temp n weather. I have to open it and let it refresh in app to see anything
7/20/2014Thank you for doing your best!
7/19/2014Why would you show a useless location map on the back side tile? Otherwise the interface is good and predictions as well, already better than the buggy bing maps! Do something about the live tile.
7/18/2014Only 3 day forecast?
7/16/2014Same as the Nokia version but less organized, which happened to be the only up side on the Nokia version. I already gave a review for the other weather channel which to sum it up, horrible and not accurate. 👎💁 I just got this app again and it doesn't even load....
7/16/2014I downloaded this for the radar, but it only shows me what has already happened!!! Uninstalling.
7/16/2014Okay app. Just wished its live tile also could display high and low for the day, like Weather Bug. That app's weather for my area seems more accurate but only updates every 60 mins., while this can update every 30 mins. but temps. are just 6-8 degrees off if what it really is here locally. Strange. Maybe because it doesn't have local stations like Weather Bug? I'm. assuming they don't have local stations because app never mentions them. There's another Weather Channel apps available that has more features, like sharing conditions via email or Facebook. Go for that app, or Accuweather, or Amazing Weather HD (latter's radar stinks though).