AccuWeather adds Xbox One support and more in latest update

AccuWeather has updated its universal Windows 10 app, adding support for the Xbox One console, among other new features.

In addition to the new Xbox One support, the popular weather app for Windows 10 has also added the ability for users to customize its Summary Page layout by re-ordering the tiles that are displayed. In addition, the app update includes integration of graphs for both hourly and daily forecast details including precipitation, probability and more.

The app has also added some MinuteCast improvements, along with support for more languages for additional locales. Finally, the update includes a smattering of unnamed bug fixes and performance improvements as well.

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John Callaham
  • Xbox is the only option for a media device. PlayStation is fast becoming a toy.
  • Sweet.  The other App I was waiting for "Emby" (DLNA Client), is also available on Xbox ONE now. http : // Exciting times.
  • Until Xbox1 has live tile support, these apps are useless.  I can get the weather faster on my phone, my computer, my tv, my wall clock, the window...
  • Saying, "Hey Cortana, what's the were weather like?" while still playing a game, is much faster than putting down my controller, pulling my phone out my pocket, unlocking it, and then launching the weather app. Just sayin. But I do feel you about Xbox live tile support.
  • live sizing group pins
  • Pointless. The UI isn't even optimised into lean back UI. Why would MS doens't have a design certification process?
  • Moodflow, Spoticast, Video Diary are all also on Xbox One.