A clock and weather app unlike any you've ever seen. Living Earth presents a stunning live 3D simulation of our planet with weather, forecasts and world clock for cities around the world. View global cloud patterns, hurricanes and tropical storms. Explore weather dynamics on our planet with real time weather maps and tropical cyclone tracking. Gaze at our planet floating amongst a universe of thousands of accurately rendered stars and gain a completely new perspective on time and weather.
"A stunning app that shows the Earth in real time, based on global weather reports. " - WIRED
"Living Earth is proof that a world clock and weather app can be beautiful." - Apple @AppStore
"Living Earth is visually impressive and just fun." - MacStories
One purchase for all devices - iPhone and iPad
● Live clouds from near real time satellite cloud data - updated every 3 hours. View global cloud patterns,
hurricanes and tropical storms.
● Live weather maps of temperature, humidity, wind and forecasts.
● World clock and weather for over 3 million cities. 10 day and 2-hour forecasts.
● Tropical cyclone notifications. Receive push notifications of new tropical cyclones and updates on current storm systems.
● Today Widget provides quick access to weather essentials, sunrise/sunset times, world clock and active tropical cyclones.
● Home Screen temperature icon. The current temperature for your location can be displayed on your Home Screen icon.
● Stars, constellations, and the Milky Way are displayed accurately in time and space.
● Alarm Clock with music playlist. Wake up to a stunning view of the planet with your favorite music.
● iCloud city syncing between all devices including Living Earth App for Mac.
Quality detailed weather information provided by CustomWeather. CustomWeather is the world's best source of the most reliable and accurate weather data available.
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Also featured in 154 other countries, and probably even more in the past.
Great app. Beautiful interface. Worth the purchase. Love the sunrise and sunset times on the main screen. Forecasts are sufficiently accurate. The maps for wind/temp/humidity are cool for viewing planetary patterns. Coolest feature is it shows the local temp on the icon, so I don’t have to open app to see the temp, it’s right there on my phones Home Screen! Love that. Very convenient. One big annoyance is I can’t zoom in as much as I’d like. It.zooms out way further than needed, an absurd amount, like where the whole planet takes up 5% of my screen, yet it only zooms in a little bit. Like the most I can zoom in still shows half the continent. That has never made sense and seems really dumb to program it that way. One small annoyance is the location dot has fuzzy outline and blends into the maps. Unnecessary and occludes the local weather patterns. Given how little I can zoom in, the dot covers like 30?miles diameter. Please fix the zoom!
Mar 13, 2021
This app really helps me with USA time when I’m half way around the world.
Mar 15, 2021
This used to me my go to app for accurate weather forecasts. At this moment it says the temperature is 37* which is correct. Then it says high of 30 low 17 both of which are incorrect. I’ve sent 3 messages asking them to fix it. It’s been completely inaccurate for months. Dissatisfied and disappointed!!
Apr 09, 2021
I don’t usually pay for apps, but this was an exception and I have no regrets! Amazing technology and super helpful in figuring out what the weather is doing... I like taking screen shots as a storm is approaching so that I can better track its movements. Super cool. Buy it now, or else!
Apr 21, 2021
There used to be this rare bug when looking at temperatures where the temperature resolution was poor and there’d be visible spikes at the poles. Whatever that bug is, it’s now permanently like that, and has been that way for several months. Did a satellite go down or something (half kidding)? Please fix it.
May 09, 2021