Degrees

See the current temperature & weather in your Mac's menu bar

#1 Product of the DayJanuary 16, 2015

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tom meagher@tomfme · now is good.
Would be good for @dustin's menubar apps collection.
dustin senosHiring@dustin · Former Head of Design at Medium
@thomasmeagher added, thank you!
yoav hornung@yoavush · Co-founder & CEO, Veed.me. + Coverr.co
Sounds cool, definitely going to try. what's the RAM usage of the app?
James KooleHunter@deleted-21562
@yoavush I always have it running, never noticed any issues with it. Right now it's sitting at 14.2MB.
yoav hornung@yoavush · Co-founder & CEO, Veed.me. + Coverr.co
@jameskoole Sounds good :)
Ben Stacer@ben_stacer
This app, unfortunately, doesn't work as of 4/21/16
Jason Weingardt@jason_weingardt
Love this - but one question: what source is it using? Weather Underground? Weather.com? I find that sometimes there's quite a difference in the two readings. It would be great if there could be a way to click on a day in the 4-day forecast and go right to the source.
James KooleHunter@deleted-21562
@jason_weingardt I think they are using Yahoo's weather API. Clicking on the current conditions in the popup takes you to a Yahoo page with more details. I'd love to be able to specify a Weather Underground station (like the one we have on our roof at the office).
Jason Weingardt@jason_weingardt
@jameskoole ah, nice find. Guess I was clicking in the wrong place. What's weird is Yahoo Weather for iOS uses Weather Underground, but Yahoo Weather on the web uses Weather.com.
James KooleHunter@deleted-21562
Turns out there are also iOS and Android versions following the same design aesthetic along with the Mac menu bar app. http://www.degreesapp.com