Living Weather HD 3.0.3
An eye-catching and efficient weather app for your Mac's desktop that also displays full-screen HD videos matching the current outside weather
The application works as a desktop widget which displays the current time and date, city, weather status and temperature. Additionally, it shows the weather conditions in the next several in both a small and more detailed pane.
Apart from the detailed information, Living Weather HD comes with 3 beautiful interface designs. The great part is that you can resize and place the widgets anywhere on your desktop. Also, the app displays the current weather temperature and conditions in its Dock icon, as well.
You might wonder where does Living Weather HD take data from. The answer is Weather Underground, a trusted weather service from the web. The application fetches new information from Weather Underground every 60 minutes.
Furthermore, Living Weather HD is able to automatically detect your location or you can specify the city, airport code and even address. All in all, the app will effortlessly detect your location and displays realistic clips that reflect the outside weather.
A little extra flexibility is provided with regards to the display options. For instance, you can disable the animated icons on the desktop widget, configure the cover percentage of the live wallpaper and pause the live wallpaper if other windows are covering it.
To conclude, Living Weather HD provides a great asset on your desktop if you are concerned about the weather conditions and forecast in your city. You can view what the weather is like outside by watching matching videos and screensavers.
Reviewed by Octav Fedor, last updated on August 17th, 2014
Living Weather HD
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What's New in This Release:
- 7-Day detailed weather and Hourly forecast added
- New desktop weather widget designs added
- General performance improvements
Application descriptionLiving Weather HD is a beautiful application that allows you to view the weather conditions and forecast on your deskt...