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I've been using AccuWeather but I also like Weather Underground.

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Google weather was recently updated. I like the slim profile.
 

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Weather apps are already built-in in latest smart phones with android Os. I don't think so we need any other app.
 

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Go Weather works great for live weather wallpaper, offering one of the largest selections. Just keep in mind, like any live wallpaper, it's going to drain your battery like no other.

I use Fancy Widgets for my time/weather widget. You can use Accuweather, MSN, the Weather Channel or Weatherbug with it and it has countless themes and active animations, along with a ton of customization.

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I've used Beautiful Widgets for years. It's got a very nice weather live wallpaper component as well as some nice looking widgets.
 
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+1 for Beautiful Widgets. I use it for the instant weather on my home page and if I click on it, it defaults to Accuweather. I really like it and like Jonny said, it has some nice custom widgets so no one has to settle for the stock look. In addition I also have WeatherBug, Weather Channel and a local TV station app on my phone.
 

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Whats the best weather app? I thought about weather bug but heard it uses tons of data
I can suggest you these apps
360 weather_ 1 weather_ yahoo weather_ transparent clock and weather_ myradar weather radar
 

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The hands-down clear winner for me is Weather Timeline. Nice widgets, hyper local weather forecasts (same source Dark Sky uses), it also features convenient notifications. Check it out!

The actual, for real, award winning Dark Sky app is also now available, however, they are charging Android users a yearly subscription fee, whereas Apple users only pay a one-time price.
 

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The hands-down clear winner for me is Weather Timeline. Nice widgets, hyper local weather forecasts (same source Dark Sky uses), it also features convenient notifications. Check it out!

The actual, for real, award winning Dark Sky app is also now available, however, they are charging Android users a yearly subscription fee, whereas Apple users only pay a one-time price.
Funny you should mention Dark Sky. I'm trying it out right now. I've been a long-time user of The Weather Channel and Beautiful Widgets for my weather, but thought I'd give it a try. So far, I'm really liking it. It's lasted longer than any other replacement I've tried so far.

They're only asking $2.99/year. That's less than a penny a day and I don't see it as a bad thing to give the developer a little bit of money for their hard work if I decide that I like it enough to keep the premium features past the 2 week period, which I'm leaning towards at this point.
 
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