Latest Weather App Update Aims To Improve Usability [ColorOS 13/Realme UI 4.0]

Recently, the Chinese tech giant started sending a new app update for the Weather application. This update definitely fixes several bugs and delivers better performance. Users can easily identify the update via version number 13.2.4 and the installation package size of 33.37MB. 

  • Get the latest OPPO Weather – APKMirror

Dec 15, 2022

OPPO Weather provides you with updates about the current temperature, rain forecast, and Air Quality Index (AQI) data at a glance. The UI of the app keeps changing depending on the weather outside. To deliver a seamless experience, the Chinese tech giant has started sending a new update for OPPO Weather App with some general fixes and improvements.

The Weather app is the built-in OPPO and Realme system tool with which you can look up the weather in any location. To make functions better, the company brings some regular enhancements to the OPPO Weather app with the fresh update.

In addition, this update makes improvements and optimizations to make our app more useful and more suitable. Also, it fixes some bugs affecting the user experience. Apart from these, this update does not bring any other new features and changes, but you may notice some minor changes or improvements.

The OPPO Weather app is currently running on version V13.0.34, and the update comes with an installation package of 37.7MB. Interested OPPO and Realme users can download this latest update via APKMirror. If you want to download it immediately, then you can also click on the link given below.

Download link:

OPPO Weather App:

Oppo and Realme always make their inbuilt apps convenient and easy to use. However, it also has the most refined and most loved UI based on Android. Exciting stuff, in the OPPO Weather app, you can check whether AQI, wind, temp, humidity, visibility, UV level, pressure, and more

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