CARROT Weather updates app for iOS 16 and upcoming fall season

Since today is the release day for iOS 16, many apps in the App Store are getting prepared for the new update from Apple.

This includes the CARROT Weather app which has many new updates to it in Version 5.8.

Here is what was said in the app update description notes:

“Fall is nearly here, meatbags! While you’ve been busy harvesting your crops to prepare for the onset of nuclear winter, I’ve been hard at work on a big new update to your favorite weather app.

Lock Screen Widgets
Get weather on your Lock Screen with a wide variety of customizable widgets. (Automatic background updates require a Premium Club membership.)

iPad Multi-Column Layout Style
Display up to 3 columns of weather data in your layout to transform your iPad into a full-fledged weather station.

New Sections
Add line chart, bar chart, photography, and stargazing sections to your layout.

Apple Weather
View observations and forecasts from the Apple Weather data source. (Premium Club membership required.)

But wait, there’s more!

– Added 3 new secret locations to track down.
– Redesigned the Hourly details screen to make it easier to jump to different days in the week
– Added a bunch of new details to the Sun details screen.
– Redesigned the iPad settings screen.
– Added details on date and location that each high score was achieved. (Only available for scores recorded after June 2022.)

Now to see about making that whole nuclear winter thing a reality…”

CARROT Weather currently sits at 28th in the weather category of apps in the App Store. The app is a premium one and starts at just $4.99 a month. It is available on the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and Mac.

What are your thoughts on the new update from CARROT Weather? Comment below or let us know on Twitter at @appleosophy.

David Becker
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