No more wet clothes or unnecessary freezing/sweating
Let the app check the weather conditions before leaving the house. A quick tap, and you know the best outdoor clothing for the next few hours.
Swiftly check if you should take an umbrella with you. Maybe it´s just drizzling rain, or maybe the wind is so strong that the umbrella will not work and therefore a raincoat is the best choice. This app knows the answer!
The app recommends thin or thick jackets, scarfs, caps and winter hats for cold weather, thin or thermal gloves and mittens for extreme cold conditions. It simply knows the best weatherproof combination for all conditions.
If you underestimate the power of the sun then you may quickly get sunburned. The clouds may lower UV rays by only 10%. The app will suggest the use of low, medium or high sunscreen according to today´s UV Index.
Your eyes being very sensitive must also be protected with sunglasses if there‘s too much UV radiation.
Warnings for severe weather conditions
Get official alerts for natural disasters like floods, hurricanes, earthquakes, tsunamis for the US, Canada, European Union countries, and Israel.
Select your outdoor activity
The optimal clothing selection depends highly on your outdoor activity. If you will be partaking in exercise, then you will not freeze as quickly in comparison to standing for 30 minutes. On a bicycle, gloves are needed more often due to the chilling wind. The app has profiles for people who tend to freeze quickly, who tend to freeze slowly or who tend to get a sunburn quickly and more frequently.
A clean user interface with less numbers and more symbols
The user interface displays only the information relevant to you. Instead of presenting the speed of wind and humidity in numbers it shows you info signs and warning signs to see if any of those numbers have a major effect on you. This keeps the user interface nice and simple so that you can understand all the information quickly.
Improved "felt temperature"
The clothing recommendation function can only provide good results when they use accurate temperature estimations. The "felt temperature" known from many weather forecasts is useful for taking wind and humidity into account and telling you how cold it will feel. However, they only consider the temperature in areas with more shade but on a day with a clear sky, you are more interested in the `felt temperature` in the sun. The app provides this value by taking the sun´s angle and the amount of cloud cover into the equation.
Get the app now for free and never worry again about what you need to wear again!