Apple ‘s Dark Sky is known for its hyper-local weather predictions and ability to forecast minute by minute.

The app’s creator Adam Grossman said the partnership would allow Dark Sky to reach “far more people”.

Owners of Android phones or wearable gadgets not made by Apple will approach the administrations until 1st July.

Via web-based networking media, numerous clients whined about Apple’s choice to expel Dark Sky from Android.

Apple has made applications accessible for clients of other working frameworks previously. At the point when Apple bought the music recognizing application called Shazam, it kept the Android variant. It likewise discharged an adaptation of its web informing application called iMessanger for Android clients a year ago.

For Apple clients, the organization said there will be no changes “as of now”. The Dark Sky application cost $3.99 in the US and ‎£3.99 in the UK.

Android clients who despite everything have a functioning membership of Dark Sky when it quits working in July will get a discount.

Dark Sky’s API – the software that transmits information between the app and its users – will be available to customers until 2021. But the company said it will no longer sign up new subscribers.

Dark Sky’s API is used by other weather apps including Weather Line and Hello Weather.

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Apple purchases the weather predicting app Dark Sky

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