As you probably know, the Galaxy S4 features a battery of sensors useful for, among other things, weather apps. As we previously reported, in this battery of sensors you can find a thermometer, a hygrometer (humidity sensor) and a barometer (atmospheric pressure). The brilliant minds over at XDA developers soon took it upon themselves to combine these three sensors and create a weather app.
For now, this app is only compatible with the Galaxy S4 for hardware reasons, and allows the user to capture input from the sensors for customizable durations, and measure atmospheric conditions. The raw data is then visualized as graphs. This information can also be directly displayed on the home screen thanks to an entirely customizable widget. And the cherry on the cake is that the app is free, and available at this article’s source (link at the bottom), or by scanning the QR code below. Since the app gets frequent updates, keep an eye on the page linked here for them. Keep in mind this is a new app that constantly evolves with time and may not be perfect or fit your tastes yet.
If you want to have an idea of how it works before you download it, the smart people at PocketNow have made a video review of Weather Station. Check it out below.