|Search tip: Weather on Tablets launched!||Jessica S.||7/17/12 12:33 PM|
The Search Team is excited to announce that a weather visualization is available on tablets, just like it is on mobile phones. When you type [weather] into Google on your tablet, you'll see the current weather and you can scroll through the hourly and ten-day forecast. You can also toggle the Precipitation and Wind buttons to check out the percent chance of precipitation and wind direction/speed, respectively. It looks like this:
If you'd like to check out search tips like these on a regular basis, you can follow Google on G+ here, indicated with the hashtag #searchtips. :)
|Re: Search tip: Weather on Tablets launched!||geofffox||7/19/12 7:44 PM|
More useful and valuable than humidity is the dew point. Because relative humidity is relative you get higher readings on crisp winter mornings than sultry summer days. Dew point is a more objective measure.
|Re: Search tip: Weather on Tablets launched!||bluequoll||7/20/12 2:42 AM|
Is the Google weather functionality supposed to work outside the US? I can't get any sensible details in Australia, either on my desktop or mobile.