Change your Navigation Bar into a complete Weather Forecast
What’s always siting on your screen, assuming you don’t have hardware keys? It’s the navigation bar, of course. Now you can use the Navigation Bar in a different way: you can change it into a complete weather forecast with beautiful and detailed weather chart with the help of Navbar. This is basically a weather app that brings forecast in a simple manner as chart and forecast details.
Even if the app does not require root access to work. You should know from the start that it is still in a beta phase so bugs are quite expected. It also requires permission to get the location of your smartphone (to get localized weather forecast data) and permission to display over other apps (it’s a must to place weather forecast at your navigation bar), yet its features are amazing and I am sure that all these won’t be a problem.
So, there are two types of charts available now: line chart and bar chart, you have the possibility to set transparent background and get details about temperature, pressure, humidity, cloudiness, wind speed, rain volume and uv inside for 5 days / 3-hour weather forecast. So, why are you still here reading and not grabbing the app?
Change your Navigation Bar into a complete Weather Forecast:
- Grab the Navbar Weather – forecast at your Navigation Bar app;
- Install it right away;
- Then, launch it from your app drawer and you’ll be asked to grant it location access;
- Once you do that, an overlay appears to guide you around the app. There’s a toggle in the bottom-right corner of the app that turns on or off Navbar Weather. You’ll start seeing the weather data on your navigation bar as soon as you turn on this toggle;
- There is also a weather condition icon on the left of your status bar. This is due to a persistent notification that the app display, so it does not get killed in the background;
- If you tap on the three-dot menu button in the top-right you can access the Settings. Here you can switch on or off the 3-hour steps on the 5-day weather forecast being displayed in your navigation bar.