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Weather Apps of the week (27.10. - 3.11.)

I’m a big fan of nicely-designed weather apps and although my all-time favorite w-app is Solar (with its beautiful yet so simple interface) I found a few other, really nice examples.

Coloweather   |   http://szulctomasz.com   |   Download

Coloweather is a simple weather app, displaying weather info regarding chosen place. It gives you a temperature in Celsius or Fahrenheit scale. Aside from a temperature for today, Coloweather satisfies your needs to check out the air humidity, wind strength and forecast for tomorrow.

Sky - Minimal Weather   |   http://moesalih.com/sky   |   Download

Minimal, simple, clean weather. Dynamic colored background based on temperature. The bluer, the colder. The redder, the hotter. This gives you a feel for the temperature before you read it.

EveryWeather   |   Website   |   Download

EveryWeather, a weather App for everywhere. EveryWeather will provide you with the current weather conditions and forecast of any place in the world, be it a city, lake, mountain, etc.

Nice Weather 2   |   Website   |   Download

Nice Weather 2 was designed with simplicity in mind and aim to provide a clean and simple user experience.

Weather Forecast   |   Download

Simple and well-designed Weather App. 10days daily forecast make your travel planned. 36 hours hourly forecast helped umbrella-carrying decisions. Stunning background picture with rich information make this app useful and beautiful.

Three   |   http://usethree.com   |   Download

Awkward small talk is full of it. Our wardrobes are determined by it. And our hair is accentuated because of it. The weather determines so much of our lives, so let us help you with the one thing you do have control over: how to dress for it.

Authentic Weather   |   http://authenticweather.com   |   Download

Authentic Weather app is probably the most human & honest weather app out there. We all love to talk about the weather and we love to talk about it even more when it’s bad weather.

Blue   |   http://partlyblue.com   |   Download

Blue provides 36-hour weather forecasts relevant to your location in a fast and fun interface. Swipe up to see each hour represented in a beautiful gradient visual—whether in Fiji, or just at work. Unique hourly colors are generated based on the temperature, humidity, and sunrise/sunset times for your current location.

Weather Dial   |   http://wthr.co   |   Download

Stop wasting time staring at weather radars and atmospheric pressure readings, you’re not an airline pilot…Weather Dial lets you spend more time enjoying the weather…then watching it. Built on Dieter Rams’ 10 principles of design, Weather Dial is a weather utility app that will complement your life, not complicate it.

Haze   |   http://gethaze.com   |   Download

Put some color on your forecast with Haze, an amazing weather app with fluid animations and an audiovisual interface that is both beautifully simple, yet powerfully addictive. Haze is build around the idea of giving you a radiantly crafted forecast at a glance. Swipe through temperature, sunshine hours and rain chance or dive even deeper and get detailed information about the weather.

Apps of the week - every Thursday TDB features interesting and nicely-designed apps. If you’ve created a cool app (or you have a favorite one) that you think we should feature, feel free to share it!

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2 Nov

Dribbble: Shots of the week - 27/10/2013

Dribbble is a place to show and tell, promote, discover, and explore design. What are you working on? Dribbble is a community of designers answering that question each day. Web designers, graphic designers, illustrators, icon artists, typographers, logo designers, and other creative types share small screenshots (shots) that show their work, process, and current projects.

Every Sunday we feature our favorite shots from random Dribbble profiles. Feel free to share your Dribbble profile here.

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27 Oct

Apps of the week - 24/10/2013

Splyce   |   https://facebook.com/SplyceApp   |   Download

Live a whole new music experience with Splyce! The most beautiful music player with magical DJ powers. For a mind blowing experience with your iPhone’s music, just select your favorite songs, order them (we’ll help you with BPM’s and visual clues) and click play! It’s really that simple and with a fancy look&feel. But Splyce has a lot more to offer: it will mix (for real) your music, you can select the mix mode and the mixing time, and turn on light and visual effects that will allow you to throw the best parties in town.

Grid Diary   |   http://griddiaryapp.com   |   Download

Never worry about what to write in your diary again! Grid Diary’s question format will jolt your memory by asking you questions on what happened in your day. You can simply pick questions that you want to answer everyday from Grid Diary’s question format library, or you can personalize questions to suit your personal needs. With minimal design interface, Grid Diary allows you to focus on writing. It enhances your writing experience through easy to manage navigation design.

Human   |   http://human.co   |   Download

Human is the easiest way to get and stay healthy. It helps you move 30 minutes or more, every day. Human tracks your outdoor activities like walking, running and biking automatically. Carry your phone in your bag or pocket, and go about your day! We do not count indoor steps. Go outside and move at least a minute. A few short walks or bike rides will get you to the Daily 30.

Currency   |   http://simplesimple.co/currency   |   Download

Hold the world in your hands. Currency is a simple converter for travelers. It has a beautiful interface for quick access to conversions you need. With over 160 currencies from all over the world you’ll always be up to date, when you’re connected to the internet or lost deep in the Amazon.

Connect Mania   |   http://connectmania.com   |   Download

Connect Mania is an incredible fun and addictive puzzle game that will be sure to keep you entertained. Connect dots of the same colors in long sequences to solve the challenging puzzles.

Apps of the week - every Thursday TDB features interesting and nicely-designed apps. If you’ve created a cool app (or you have a favorite one) that you think we should feature, feel free to share it!

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24 Oct

Donica Ida   |   http://donicaida.com

"A Guide to Camping is an interactive iPad application concept designed to be a part of a larger series of guides for the common adventurer. The application gives its user essential information for camping including first aid tips, how and where to set up camp, and what to do if you get lost. Created under the direction of Wyatt Mitchell, Will O’Connor, and Billy Sorrentino from Conde Nast."

Donica Ida is a graphic designer from Hawaii. She’s inspired by do-gooders, good thinkers, geometry, and the great outdoors. Aside from design she loves Swiss typography, triangles, flea markets, soy sauce, collecting maps and books, Stumptown coffee, cooking, playing around with her Nikon, lazy days at the beach, going to the ballet, and traveling.

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4 Jul