Apple updates Dark Sky with new iOS 14 and watchOS 7 features

Apple’s Dark Sky app offers hyperlocal weather information. With down-to-the-minute forecasts, you’ll know exactly when the rain will start or stop — right where you’re standing. “It’s like magic,” as they say. It really is.

Today, Apple updated Dark Sky for the first time since the company purchased it, with the following features:

• Adds the extra large watch complication with watchOS 7
• Improves location search with more suggested and relevant results
• Adds a new location icon to indicate when Precise Location is disabled
• Fixes an issue that could cause a duplicate forecast page after moving it from Recent Searches to Saved
• Includes stability and performance improvements

Dark Sky 6.8.5 is available via Apple’s App Store here.

MacDailyNews Take: Our favorite weather app, Dark Sky, gets even better!

Suck it, Android settlers. Get a real iPhone.


    1. And for no good reason… it’s not as if weather respects borders and 90% of Canadians live within 100 miles of the border.

      I was hoping Apple would bring Dark Sky to more places.

  1. It’s available in the UK for £3.99. I hear great things about it’s accuracy in the states…how can Apple offer me an iOS that I pay for through hardware sales – and give me a deep-baked weather app that is inaccurate / inferior to their Dark Skies app, that you can only buy? MDN’s take is wrong here and so are the bean counters at Apple. Every single time I switch to a new song on iTunes (I have spent thousands) I get an Apple Music Sub. pop up. I will never EVER use android, but I consider slamming my iPhone into my terracotta tiled floor each time I use my phone. Tim Cook! FUCK OFF! Tim Cook I HATE YOU.

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