HTC has just brought its stock Weather app to the Play Store making it easier to update it whenever necessary. The company already has apps like Clock, Blinkfeed and Lockscreen on the Play Store, so it was only a matter of time before something as basic as the weather app made its way to the app hub.
As is the case with such apps, it’s only compatible with a select few HTC smartphones that run the latest iteration of Sense UI. So if you own a non-HTC device, you’re not in luck to get your hands on this app.
Functionality wise, HTC Weather is pretty fundamental in its approach and gives you a brief rundown of the weather in multiple cities. Available data includes humidity, wind speed, sunrise/sunset timings, precipitation etc. The data is accessed straight from accuweather.com, so it’s coming from a very well known source.
The app should be compatible with every HTC smartphone which has launched this year. Hit the link below for more details on HTC Weather.