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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

 

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

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.