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Where is the weather application on the Galaxy S6?
Whilst you may have a favourite weather application for what happens in your area, many people depend on what is practical to use. Some people find that Google Now weather alerts are just right, while others depend on a snapshot of their favourite weather information widgets.
As most Android mobiles, the Galaxy S6 and S6 border features a built-in weather watch wizard that appears the first times the start button is displayed. The same weather information is also available on the castle display, as is the information stream at the border of the Galaxy S6.
It' driven by Accuweather and works pretty well to give you a fast view of your weather. This is another example of Samsung's built-in applications, which means that you have a number of access and use of the application to keep your weather. Samsung Weather' s application basically only exist within these Widget.
Tapping them will start full-screen mode, which will give you a more in-depth view of your weekly schedule and give you a bigger view to compare or select more than one city to get information, but that's it. When you don't want to use Accuweather at all, you can turn the power off button on the padlock monitor and the edgeband.
Of course, there is no way to add an alternate to these rooms, but you will not have contradictory weather forecasts from two different service providers on your mobile if you decide to do something you like. It' s a little strange, considering how you normally see weather applications, but the Samsung integrations make a great deal of sense there.
This is a weather application like most people use anyway, so it's one symbol less in the draw. While the only drawback would be people who want to use a different watch wizard, since Accuweather is often an optional feature on many alternate watch and weather Widges, it's easy to find your way around.