UV Index Widget - Worldwide

UV Index Widget - Worldwide

By Bjorn Jenssen

  • Category: Weather
  • Release Date: 2016-05-03
  • Current Version: 7.3.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 81.09 MB
  • Developer: Bjorn Jenssen
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
Score: 4.73288
From 4,893 Ratings


UV Index Widget - Worldwide brings one of the most useful pieces of weather data, the UV Index, front and center. Use this app to track your UV exposure, help plan your day outside, and avoid burning. UV Index Widget - Worldwide is a handy little app to check the current radiation level from the Sun (the UV Index), the highest UV Index forecast for today, and the forecasted UV Index for the next 7 days, anywhere on Earth. You can also add the UV Index to your Home Screen using the accompanying widgets, set notifications for when the UV Radiation exceeds certain levels, and automatically add the UV levels to your Apple Health app. The app will instantly show the current UV Index (UVI) at your location in an intuitive way. Tap and hold to see the peak UV Index for today. You can also see when the Sun rises and sets, and at what time the UV Index is at its highest level. 7-day hour-by-hour forecast: The Forecast tab will show hour-by-hour UVI forecast for the next 7 days. My Skin: In the My Skin section, choose your skin type to get personalized safety information and recommendations. You can also track your sun exposure, which will notify you when the risk of getting a sunburn is high. Places: In the Places tab you can select any place on Earth to view the current UV radiation and 7-day forecast for that location. Handy when you are about to travel somewhere and want to get a heads up on the UV radiation level where you are going. Widget: iOS 14 home screen widgets are now supported. Choose between 7 different home screen widgets, and add them to either you Home Screen or the Today screen. Notifications: The app can notify you when the UV Index goes above a certain level. Set the desired UV Index you wish to be notified about, and you will receive a notification if the UV Index at your location goes over this treshold. The app can also notify you when you are at high risk of a sunburn, and remind you to reapply your sunscreen. Apple Health app: The app will automatically store the hourly UV Index for your location in the Apple Health app. Open the Apple Health app to view your UV Exposure history. Apple Watch: You can now check the UV Index on your watch. Tap and hold to view todays peak UVI, just as in the iOS app. The watch app also contains a My Skin section and 4 day hourly forecast. In addition you can check the UVI any time right on your favourite watch face, using the included UVI complications. The app will work anywhere in the world, and is a perfect companion whether you are at home or travelling. --- Information about UV Index Widget - Worldwide subscription: -At confirmation of purchase, or following the completion of a free-trial period, payment will be charged to your iTunes account. - Yearly subscriptions are available. - Payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. - Your subscription will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current subscription period. - Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current subscription period. Automatic renewals will cost the same price you were originally charged for the subscription. - You can manage your subscriptions and turn off auto-renewal by going to your Account Settings on the App Store after purchase. -Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable Terms of Use: https://bit.ly/2DEvtTg --- The UV Index scale used in this app conforms with international guidelines for UVI reporting established by the World Health Organization.



  • Useful daily

    By Fladack
    I am allergic to the sun. This app is useful every day. I can easily judge when and how long to stay outside and what to wear.
  • Add doesn’t work

    By dessohot
    Not the best app
  • Get This App

    By jtxkg
    This app is amazing!!! This helps me so much. If you get this app make sure to test your skin type, then if you want to tan you see how much time until you put more sunscreen on. Get The App
  • Inaccurate all the time.

    By Sarah213sarah
    Says sun and it’s total clouds.
  • Highest UV at 7 pm?

    By Baney6
    Don’t know what is going on with this app but if I look at the forecast for the day it will show that the UV index around 10 am to 2 pm is around 3 then at 7 pm it shows it is gonna be 11. That is waaaay off!!! It shows this for every day in the forecast. Very inaccurate.
  • Essential

    By Ravens Mel
    This app I use 2-3 times a day .. as a person with numerous skin cancers .. the information I get is essential for me
  • Simply doesn't work

    By northeast.natives
    Thought at least basic features would be free, since download is free, but it won't let me input location to determine local UV Index - just keeps asking me for money.
  • Great when it works

    By SuburbanWulf
    I love this app, and use it to help know when I need to be more careful with my time in the sun. However, I’m noticing large periods where it doesn’t work. It isn’t showing the UVI, I’m not getting the alerts I requested for the UVI going above or below the requested alert level, and it’s incredibly infuriating. I work outdoors, and I have a housemate who’s sensitive to the UVI, and we both rely on those alerts as well as the app actually telling us what the UVI is. Right now, as I type this, it’s saying the UVI is 0 with a peak UVI of 0, bug when I go to the forecast it says the peak is 6. This needs to be fixed.
  • Told me it was going to snow in summer

    By anaw01f
    Yeah Portland doesn’t snow in summer.
  • Great app

    By Enosfruit
    Works for what I needed. Shows the UV levels through out the day at my location and with pro it connects to dark sky weather app to pull in temperatures paired with UV index, magnificent, what a time to be alive living at the beach!