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Finding it hard to explain your kids what the weather forecast is and what clothes your kids should wear? This app will help you! ● Check the weather forecast ● Get the "what to wear" proposal ● Play a "what to wear" game where you need to dress an avatar based on the weather forecast FEATURES ● Weather forecast (powered by openweathermap.com) ● Illustration of what clothes to wear ● Play a "what to wear" game ● 8 avatars to choose ● Gender (boy / girl) selection for choosing clothes ● Preferences for temperature zones that you can define (hot, warm, just right, cool, cold, freezing) ● Option to define your custom weather conditions and get your "what to wear" recommendation This is a free version of the app. It contains ads and some functions are limited. Full version can be enabled for a monthly or yearly Premium Subscription purchase. Premium Subscription payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. Premium Subscription benefits: ● All animal characters ● All clothes ● No ads Terms and Conditions: https://sites.google.com/site/appsforparentsterms/ Feel free to contact us if you have any comments or questions. If you like the app, please leave your feedback on the App Store. It really helps! Support Email: AppsForParents@gmail.com
From choosing different themes to having a basic layout and persistent notifications, Overdrop is a fantastic way to get your weather information at a glance. Plus, you can set up weather alerts to be notified when a severe weather is about to roll through your area.
Appy Weather is an absolutely gorgeous application to use, with enough features to make it an easy addition to your Home Screen. But you’ll definitely want to sign up for the premium subscription to unlock its full potential.
What 2 Wear?
A very cool app the interface of which looks more like a game. You can see graphical representations of the weather forecast and what it’s going to be like. The forecast is for the current day, for the next day, and the day after.
Though it’s not so detailed as in the previous apps. The app simply tells you if it’s hot or cold and what kind of weather, according to the time you the year you’re experiencing.
But when you click on clothes choosing, the app takes you to a closet where you will see pieces of garment that are wearable for the current day. If the weather is cold, you will see a full closet, if it is hot – just a couple.
The app also shows the probability of the rain and the level of humidity so now you know what your hair should expect (especially those who get frizz easily).
A really cool feature here is that you can add your own photos of your wardrobe in the app. Now, choosing the outfit, you can review everything that you have laying on the couch and find the matching pieces.
What is even more curious is that the app calculates the human body heat index according to humidity, temperature, and wind and then makes recommendations.
The app is supported in English and Italian. You can also view the forecast for the next 10 days. It can be installed as a widget that looks quite attractive on the home screen of your smartphone.
3. Emergency: Alerts (Android; iOS)
It’s an app you hope you never have to use, but when disaster strikes, you’ll be glad you have Emergency: Alerts from the American Red Cross on your iPhone or Android device.
Because it keeps tabs on everything from hurricanes and floods to extreme heat and winter storms, Emergency: Alerts is good to keep installed on your phone at all times, and not just during hurricane season. Not only will Emergency monitor where you live, you can also enter cities and people that are important to you. The app features customizable alerts and provides a map with shelter information in the event of an emergency.
You can use Emergency Alerts to make sure you’re ready for a potential storm by scanning through the disaster preparedness info tucked within Emergency.
7. IQAir AirVisual Air Quality Forecast (Android, iOS: Free)
In a time of increasing pollution, knowing the quality of the air you breathe is even more important than knowing if it’s going to rain. We like the IQAir AirVisual Air Quality Forecast app for the eye-catching way it presents vital data about air quality wherever your are as well as around the world.
The app promises detailed info on pollutants and the air quality index for 10,000-plus locations in more than 100 countries. You have a choice of maps for viewing air quality — either a color-coded 2D map or a Google Earth-like 3D version. AirVisual also works in 7-day forecasts so that you can plan ahead on your outdoor activities to make sure you’re going out in healthy air. And if you’ve got on of iQAir’s air quality monitors in your home, you can sync them with the app to get a mobile reading on your indoor air quality, too.
When you have a Smart Closet you don’t have to stress about your outfit anymore. It will make your daily style more organized and will give you thousands of ideas on how to dress on a particular day. Now you will be choosing outfits with passion and joy. And by the way, we used to consider choosing outfits as a female option but this app also works for men!
Search through the brands and retailers to see the options that they suggest. Add those you like to your collection, no matter if there are the pieces that you already got or just trying on. If you can’t find a piece that you own on the internet you can take a picture of it and upload it to the app.
For the better structure of your wardrobe, add notes to your garments: name the brand, date of purchase, material, size, and so on. What is remarkable here, the app can create random looks for you based on the clothes you got. And of course, there is a calendar where you put all your outfit plans.
If you see an item that you really like at an online shop you can leave there a note for yourself so you can go back to it later. Besides, the app is a great helper in planning the wardrobe for the overseas trip.
Once more, it includes statistics. You will find out a lot about yourself: which color do you wear the most, which brand, type, size, and what is the best price for you according to your preferences.
So, if you have ever seen those pictures with clothes combinations on Pinterest or Instagram – now you can compile your own and also share it on social media.