Weather Line for iOS Gets iPhone X Support


Popular weather app Weather Line, has been updated for iPhone X, adding support for the latter’s 5.8-inch OLED display and ‘notch’.

Weather line iphone x

Also new in this update exclusively for iPhone X owners are Rain Amount and Cloud Cover details, while the precipitation panel can be hidden if no short term forecast is available.

The developer also notes there is now improved readability of the Add Location view table, while haptic feedback comes to temperature control.

The precipitation panel title now matches the colour of panel disclosure lines, while the city list has been updated to prevent “null” revisions from displaying.

If you’re a visual person, Weather Line is a fantastic app and retails for $3.99 CAD in the App Store—it’s our weather app of choice. It’s currently on sale for one week, but do note a 2.0 release is under development, with a total redesign coming.


  • _Eric

    how accurate/reliable is the weather data for Canadian cities with this app?

  • magneticmoose

    The reviews of the app unfortunately don’t give the impression that Canadian sites give accurate temperatures or forecasts at all. It’s too bad – I like the design of it. I’ll stick with Meteo.

    Maybe it depends on where you are – I’m assuming Gary wouldn’t say it was his go-to weather app unless it was reasonably accurate for him.

  • A previous update added more Canadian cities, and so far it’s been great in Sidney and North Saanich here on Vancouver Island. It also gets weather alerts from Environment Canada. I love the visual aspect, nice and clean.

  • Meteo is still great too, but sadly it doesn’t support Sidney or North Saanich.

  • Aleks Oniszczak

    I’d like to know how it compares to Dark Sky. Worked great in San Francisco – even accounted for its microclimates, but not so great in Toronto.

  • RickysCV

    The price I see is $3.99. I don’t see a ‘sale’ price.

  • WEnt from $3.99 USD to $2.99 USD