Current conditions show current temperature, with a weather icon, feels like temperature, wind, humidity, pressure and UV index along with the sunrise/sunset time for the location.
Hourly forecast shows up to 5 hours of forecasted temperatures, with the weather icons.
But the app isn't rigid in its choices: color themes, icon packs, units, animations, widgets, and even the color of the FAB and the rounded corners can be tinkered with from the settings.
You also get Android Wear support, a permanent notification, an optimized tablet interface, and a selection of Weather providers to choose from including and Weather Underground.
Weather widget can be placed in a sidebar in a usual way (please read: Installation and FAQ).
As with any roundup of Android apps, and especially in this case, it's not possible for me to test all of the apps available so I can't claim that these are the top or best, but what I can say are the reasons that make them special and why I think they are good enough to deserve a place on your phone or tablet.
If weather apps could be called sexy, Weather Timeline would certainly be among the first in the running for the title.
Inline style – there is even an option in shortcode to set inline style of the widget (eg. Weather condition’s icons are beautiful, simple and adapt size, color and shades of widget’s text.
Choose weather information to display: from current conditions and hourly to long-term forecast.