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Morning by Tamper, the beautiful weather app for the iPad and one of Apple’s App Store Best of 2013 apps, has been updated with native support for the iPhone. Now available in the App Store free to those who’ve purchased it, Morning version 1.5 brings its sleek, minimalist interface to the iPhone and iPod touch.

On the iPhone, Morning includes all the features of the iPad version, including more than two dozen UI themes.

On the iPad, this new version of Morning has also introduced a few new nice-to-haves, detailed after the jump…

This is what Morning’s iPhone interface looks like.

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In case you don’t like Morning’s default look and feel, you can customize the app using the more than fifteen user interface themes that have been available on the iPad since Morning’s inception.

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Yes, you can change UI themes in Morning, too!

On the iPad, Morning 1.5 features updated controls, improved French translations and RSS handling, improved text layout in the News panel and better location search in Commute settings.

This edition of Morning also fixes a bug where Reminders would display lists unintentionally and another one causing the app to crash when adding a date in Countdown.

This update is free to existing owners or Morning.

Download Morning for $3.99 in the App Store.

The app requires iOS 7.0 or later.

To learn more about Morning, read Lory’s review.

And if you’re a sucker for weather apps like yours truly, I wholeheartedly recommend checking out our list of The Best Weather Apps for the iPhone and The Best Weather Apps of 2013.

  • Inseltraeumer

    The issue with all weather apps is that, ultimately, it comes down to what data is used to feed the app. And most of them, however nice they may look, use really poor, probably free, data. So I always end up returning to my weather app of choice, Weather Pro, which has proved reliable for my location over the last couple of years.

  • leart

    I am sick of these minimalistic weather where is difficult to read how the weather will be… Miss ios 6 weather clear style

  • Taseraq

    “Weather app”
    Only shows the current weather. That’s it. Disappointing really. Thought I could print the weekly weather or something. Since one of the screenshots had the word “print”
    It’s fine for RSS feeds, takes getting used to click precisely on the text or else it will open the settings for RSS feeds.

    And a fine app for countdowns for interesting days.

    Expensive app nonetheless.
    Not worth it for what it costs. One theme costs 7kr

  • mav3rick

    Minimalist is the new word for plain, undeveloped app. This one is horrid and expensive. Free alternatives are miles above or not even compare with this.

  • Morning is more of a dashboard widget than anything else. It does include weather forecasts, but it also lets you display your RSS feed, a stock ticker, your Reminders, a traffic monitor, a countdown display, and more. Read my review (linked in the post) to find out everything it does.