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quickymart

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#237958 26-Jun-2018 20:48
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On my Samsung Galaxy A3 (2017) in the top left of the screen I have "Weather" (the weather widget), by Accuweather. However my wife's Samsung Galaxy S9+ has one by The Weather Channel that has a lot of extra features I would use. What is this called (the app store didn't seem to know about it), is it available for my phone, and can I set it up in the top left corner, like the current weather one?

Thanks in advance :)


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  #2044365 26-Jun-2018 20:57
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Did you check Samsung App store?

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  #2044376 26-Jun-2018 21:21
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There's a Weather Channel app in the Play store. It has widgets. It's also pretty heavy on advertising.

On my phone, widgets are added by long pressing a blank portion of the screen and then browsing the list of installed app widgets.




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  #2044470 26-Jun-2018 23:06
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Thanks both of you, I found it. Need to move some icons around on my screen now to fit everything in. Cheers for your help :)


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  #2044610 27-Jun-2018 09:45
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I'm a fan of the weather underground app as lots of local people upload their data from personal weather stations. There are more than 15 in my town. (including me)

I get it to display my weather stations current temp in the notification area so I can easily see the outside temp on waking in the morning.

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