The 5 best weather apps in Germany

The 5 best weather apps in Germany

by Leona Quigley

Updated May 25, 2023

Knowing the weather ahead of time is key for your plans in Germany, whether you’re on holiday, planning a trip to the flea market or going for a mountain hike. The German climate is fortunately fairly stable, but the weather on a day-to-day basis can be a bit chaotic (especially close to the coast or the mountains). Depending on the season, sudden storms, floods, avalanches or heat waves can occur. 

With this in mind, it’s important to be weather-aware. But who has time to sit through the weather forecast on television?. A better bet is to download one of the best weather apps in Germany. All of the following apps are available for Android, and all of them will make German weather reports readily available in the palm of your hand!

  2. Weather & Radar – Storm radar
  3. Accuweather

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The experienced meteorologists provide up-to-date weather across a range of mediums. If you don’t have time to tune into their TV channel, the app (weather24 on the Google Play Store) is available for Android and iOS. Not only does it provide important basic forecast information like temperature, precipitation and sunshine, but it also provides pollen count forecasts and live weather cams. The app is free but  the ad-free version will cost you a bit.

2. Weather & Radar – Storm radar

Weather & Radar – Storm radar is an accurate and helpful app with a clean look and helpful widgets. A major draw of this app is the visually appealing and user-friendly interface, which can be nice to have in the middle of a chaotic storm. This app also provides details of cloud density that are more accurate than what you’ll find in many other apps. It’s available for free in the Google store.

3. AccuWeather

The AccuWeather app provides accurate, detailed weather forecasts. Its hourly and daily weather updates, as well as its severe weather alerts, ensure that you’re always prepared. Combine those updates with a user-friendly interface and customizable features, and you’re left with a great choice for anyone looking for a reliable weather app.

4. is a simple, accessible and reliable Norwegian weather app produced by the NRK (the Norwegian National Broadcasting Corporation) and their National Meteorological Institute. In a country well known for extreme weather, reliable weather reporting is of utmost importance.

The app is provided free of charge and is even available without ads. It will give you detailed, hour-by-hour forecasts for the next three days and a more general forecast for the following six days. It’s usually very accurate, but it unfortunately lacks radar and humidity charts.

5. is a handy and reliable app with a user-friendly interface, providing hourly forecasts anywhere in the world. With severe weather warnings and 14-day previews to have you prepared well ahead, you won’t have to worry about any unexpected weather. All in all, is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a comprehensive and dependable weather app in Germany.

Come rain or shine

Weather reports are never perfect, but these German weather apps can help you avoid any unexpected downpours and have sunblock ready when you need it. Whether you’re trying to make the best of a holiday visit or making your daily commute, there’s nowhere better to get the most accurate forecast for weather in Germany.

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Leona Quigley

Leona has her roots in the South of Ireland, where she grew up on her family farm. She went on to study World Politics at Leiden University College, The Hague and then completed her MPhil in International History at Trinity College Dublin. Leona has now settled in Berlin, having fallen in love with the city. In her spare time she is working on perfecting her German in anticipation of her doctoral studies, during which she plans to study modern German social history. Her hobbies include bouldering, dancing and reading a healthy mix of history books and corny fantasy fiction. You can find more info about her on LinkedIn.

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