GNOME Shell can display weather forecast and different timezones inside the message tray (aka the notification area) and in this post I show you how to set it up. Why? Well, being able to instantly […]
A wave of usability improvements are on the horizon for the humble GNOME Weather app. The current version of the meteorological must-have might have made my list of the best weather apps for Ubuntu and […]
We rundown the top weather apps for Ubuntu and Linux Mint. When you need to check the weather forecast on the Linux desktop use one these open source apps.
Simple Weather Indicator for Ubuntu's Unity desktop has reached version 1.0. It adds more meteorological metadata including 'feels like' temperature.
Coffee is a new Linux app that helps you to stay up-to-date with current news and weather without needing to touch the new tab button in your browser.
Cumulus Qt is a Qt weather app for the Linux desktop. It's lightweight, has a bold, striking design inspired by Stormcloud, and is very customisable.
The latest release of Simple Weather Indicator uses a new open-source backend that brings additional meteorological data to the app's indicator menu.
This is going to be a super brief post — briefer than a British summer, in fact. Most us are familiar with weather indicators for the Linux desktop. Heck, i’d be surprised if you weren’t […]
Checking on the weather isn’t hard: you just stick your head out of the window. But when the weather is unpredictable, or to keep an eye on its plans for the coming days, we turn to weather […]
A new version of the 'no frills' weather indicator that I use on my Ubuntu desktop is available to download — and it finally has a PPA.
A quick follow up to the issue of broken weather forecasts in GNOME Weather on Ubuntu 16.04: they're working again!
GNOME Weather is no longer able to display weather forecasts.