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Never heard of it before: I use AccuWeather which has a minute-by-minute very local rain forecast. Handy if you have washing out on the line ...
The BBC weather app is pretty good as well, but only resolves to "50% chance this hour" and gets increasingly unreliable as the hours mount up (as is normal for weather forecasts)
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On android, I use one that's built into the clock I like. It can draw from Met.no, Foreca, or Open Weather, but they all say pretty much the same thing ("it's cold and windy, and will probably rain" -- and that's on a good day).
I don't see the point in hunting for a super-accurate one, because none of them are -- although the Buienalarm [^] radar app is pretty damned good at telling precisely when it's going to rain (in NL; it doesn't work so well elsewhere).
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Add another one... I had an iPhone (my old work phone) but the battery started to do silly things. 30% more of what they asked me for replacing the battery I got my current phone. (And in the meantime the iPhone 4s and iOS 6.x I had has been sorted out of so many things, it additionally was not worth to repair it)
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My guess as to why they're dropping Android is that the plan is to scrap the standalone app, and merge it into Apple Maps (Something Google Maps doesn't currently have, so increasing value for the Apple product. Oh, and lock-in.)
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