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41 Words that Add Weather to Your iPad’s Notification Center

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The iPad still lacks Apple’s Weather app, but concise weather info appears in the iOS 7 Notification Center’s Today view, if you enable Weather in Settings > Privacy > Location Services. Lock and unlock the iPad if it doesn’t show at first. Wacky!Generic Globefollow link

 

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Eolake Stobblehouse   2013-09-27 15:51
Thank you! I could have used this earlier this evening, I used 40 minutes trying to find the friggin Weather app for iPad!! *
Sometimes I get fed up with Apple, sorry. Another example is swiping down on home screens to get search. But not *telling* the user so at any time!

*The upside is that I found half a dozen fun looking weather apps amongst the *hundreds* of them in the app store.