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The best weather app for Android overall: AccuWeather


It’s the big name in weather prediction for a reason: Accuweather offers tons of data, including wind speed, UV and humidity. But the most valuable piece of info is its “RealFeel” index, which tells you how hot or cold you’ll feel based on those factors.

The interface is clean and puts all the important info at the top, and there are live maps so you can track incoming storms. The ads aren’t terribly intrusive, but you can upgrade to the ad-free version for $3.99. For the record, this is the one weather app whose notifications I didn’t turn off.

Download Accuweather for Android

When you want something simpler: Shadow Weather

Shadow Weather

It’s a very clean-looking app that puts far less info up top than other programs — just the temperature and precipitation — but a quick scroll will get you to the other data you need. You can customize what metrics appear, as well as choose from four different color schemes. It pulls its we ather reports from more than one source, so you’re likely to see some variation from other apps (or even the built-in temperature listed on your phone). The map in the free tier is small and pokey, so you’ll need to upgrade for access to the full-screen interactive version by either paying $5 a year or watching a short ad every day.

Download Shadow Weather for Android

The best looking (and best bargain): Overdrop


If you’re a fan of clean graphics, Overdrop is the weather app for you. The top banner is incredibly pleasing to the eye thanks to bright colors and subtle animations, and each weather metric has its own cute graphic. And remember widgets? Upgrading to the premium version for $9 grants access to plenty for your lock screen, from ones that will just give you time and temperature to ones that also track battery level. (You can also try it for just a month for $0.99, or a year at $2.49.) The premium level also unlocks more themes, though the free ones are nice enough that you might not need to upgrade.

Download Overdrop for Android

For meteorology nerds: The Weather Channel

The Weather Channel

You won’t find the Weather Channel’s app lacking for info; in fact, its biggest flaw is that there might be too much going on. It’s seeded with news stories, and there’s even a separate tab for video (which autoplays, ugh). Once the ads are removed by subscribing for $0.99 a month or $9.99 a year though, the app becomes a lot easier to navigate, with more nitty-gritty info like air quality prominently displayed. Two interesting features that the Weather Channel offers are “health & activities” and “outdoor conditions.” The former tells you whether it’s safe to take a boat out or go for a run, while the latter gives you an idea of what to expect — whether you need an umbrella, or to put on bug spray to ward off mosquitoes.

Download The Weather Channel for Android

The most fun: CARROT


There are quite a few apps that try to take a lighter approach to reporting the weather. CARROT is probably the best because it actually lets you customize its humor to your tastes. You decide if the in-app takes a nasty or nice tone, and what political angle the jokes go with, including liberal, conservative or even communist. (You can also go apolitical.) But underneath the humor is a beautifully designed app that cleanly presents the hourly forecast with the weekly just a tap away. The premium option removes ads, but they weren’t that obtrusive in the first place so you don’t really need to dish out the $3.99 a year — but the upgrade will add widgets, allow you to see historical weather data and uh, apparently save a poor defenseless kitten from bring murdered by the developers. (I believe that last one is a joke, but do you really want to take that chance?)

Download CARROT for Android

If you’re just going to ignore all my above suggestions: Google


The built-in weather app on your phone is actually decent. But you remember that Apple commercial with Zooey Deschanel where she asks, “Siri, is that rain?” I used to make fun of that ad, because she could just look outside. But then I actually started doing it myself, because I couldn’t be bothered to open a window. And sadly, it’ll tell me “no” even as I hear drops hitting my air conditioner and see them rolling down the glass. Google falls down hard when you need information for a specific location. But for general weather reports it’s fine. Plus, the mobile version has adorable frog graphics.

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Lisa Lanceford Flaunts Her Chiseled Arms In White Sports Bra For New Workout Video Series

Lisa Lanceford trained her arms in the most recent video series on her Instagram page.

Dressed in a white sports bra and a pair of purple leggings, the British fitness trainer started her series with a set of bodyweight tricep dips. Lisa propped herself up with her arms on a bench and stretched her legs out in front of her. Then she bent her elbows which forced her to lower the upper body. In her caption, she suggested doing a set of 25 repetitions for five rounds.

Next, Lisa tackled a set of bicep curls with an EZ bar. These required her to raise the weight towards her shoulders with an underhand grip. Each type she raised the weight, she breathed out and did the opposite when she lowered it. Lisa suggested doing four sets of 12 repetitions.

In the third video of the series, Lisa knocked out a set of skull crushers with the EZ bar. She lay back on a bench for the exercise started the workout with the weight held above her chest. Then she lowered the weight towards her head, anchoring the move at her elbows.

In the fourth and last video of the series, Lisa went back to bicep curls. But this time she used a weight plate to complete her reps. Holding it with both hands, she lifted the weight towards her chin.

Lisa’s caption recommended doing four sets of 12 repetitions for the last two exercises in her caption.

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ARM DAY ! ???????? Who’s with me ? I loveeeee the look of strong toned arms! Here is a little workout for you to try. Remember we are always striving for progress and NOT perfection. Perfect doesn’t exist ✋???? Work towards being the best version of YOU! ???? ⁣ ⁣ LADIES YOU’RE ALL AMAZING !! I have spent 6 hours going through the progress photos today from the challenge (and I still am rn) and wow. I am so speechless. Your emails really touch my heart with how amazing you’re feeling in yourselves, how the challenge has helped you change your lifestyles and understand about nutrition and training. BE PROUD ???????? We are all at different stages of our journeys and are affected by different circumstances, but we all have 1 thing in common – to become better, healthier versions of ourselves ???????????????? Thank you to all of you for the support and encouragement to one another and making @strongandsxy what it is today ! It really is such a beautiful thing ????????????⁣ ⁣ Start your health & fitness journey on the @strongandsxy fitness app by clicking the link in my bio ! ✨????⁣ ⁣ Remember to ♥️, save & tag a fwend so I know what content you wanna see.⁣ ⁣⁣ WORKOUT:⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ 1️⃣ Bodyweight tricep dip ⁣ 4 sets x 25 reps ⁣ 2️⃣ EZ bicep curl ⁣ 4 sets x 12 reps ⁣ 3️⃣ EZ bar skull crushers ⁣ 4 sets x 12 reps⁣ 4️⃣ Plate bicep curl ⁣ 4 sets x 12 reps⁣ ⁣ Wearing @gymshark vital seamless leggings in XS ???? ⁣ ⁣⁣ LETS KEEP IT MOVING ????????????⁣ ⁣ Follow me on Spotify ! Search ‘Leesylouxx’⁣⁣⁣ You’ll find everything I have on my workout videos in the playlist ‘DANCE/HAPPY VIBES’ ????⁣ (scroll to the bottom)

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Lisa’s video series accumulated more than 10,000 likes as of this writing, and close to 100 Instagram users have commented on it so far. In those comments, fans shared their appreciation for Lisa’s workout clips.

One person thanked Lisa for including at-home workout alternatives in the corner of each video.

“I LOVEEEE how you put alternatives on the corners!” they wrote before adding a black heart and fire emoji to their comment. “You’re the real MVP. Love your videos queen!”

“I assure you, you are the mentor to many unknown people,” another person added. “Thanx for your effort.”

A third Instagram user complimented Lisa’s fitness app.

“Omg! I just purchased 3mos subscription of @strongandsxy and I did my very first workout with the app,” they wrote. “This app is no joke. My muscles felt and got the workout they needed. I’m so happy with this purchase. Thank you @lisafiitt you’re the workout guru.”

“Perfection doesn’t exist!? You are perfection!” a fourth Instagram user gushed.

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