Carrot Weather, the award-winning and famously profane weather app is finally coming to the Google Play Store.
First reported by LifeHacker, the app is now available on Android but is still in an early access beta format. The app’s page on the Google Play Store states, “This update introduces my Premium Club upgrade, which unlocks the ability to remove ads and use my time machine to check the weather in the past or future. (My home screen widget, which will be released in a future beta seed, will also be part of the premium upgrade.)”
Carrot Weather on Android looks to be bringing all its notable features from their iOS counterpart, including the customizable interface, the weather time machine, over 6,000 lines of dialogue, and 32 secret locations for users to find. A final 1.0 version for the Android will be launched in a few weeks.