We have already covered the best Android Clock Widgets and Android Weather Widgets, but how about Best Android Clock and Weather Widgets, so you just install one widget to keep track of both weather and time. These Android Clock and Weather Widgets usually show the current time & date (Digital or Analog), current temperature (in both C° and F°), weather forecast and some more details about the weather conditions. Transparent background, changing the font and color, setting up different locations, using the GPS to track your current location, and offering resizable widgets are some of the customization and personalization of such Android widgets.
So, let’s get to the point and review the best Android Clock and Weather Widgets available on Google Play:
1. Minimalistic Text
Minimalistic Text is a must have Android widget for both amateur and professional users (Read: Minimalistic Text Review), and it is also on our Best Android Clock widgets list.
This unique widget, lets you create unique home screen widgets with a stylish and elegant look. What you need to do is going through settings, choose the best combination fits your, and track both time and weather on your home screen.
Minimalistic Text is free to download and your device must be running Android 2.2 and up.
2. Android Weather & Clock Widget
7 different widgets with different sizes are ready to be applied on your home screen. If you add the 4×2 widget, you will get the following info at a glance: Location, Date, Time, Battery status, Humidity, Pressure, Wind speed and direction, weather status, current temperature, feels like temperature and high/low temperature. The background is transparent and you get to choose which mentioned info to show/hide on the widget. Change font, and size for clock and selecting widget style are some of the other customization options offered by this great widget. It also shows the current weather on the notification bar.
Android Weather & Clock Widget is free to download and your device must be running Android 2.2 and up.
3. Transparent clock & weather
4×1, 4×2, 5×2 are the widget sizes offered by Transparent clock & weather widget. As the main suggests the main feature of this Android widget is the transparent background, and in the widget settings you will find the following options: widget skin (more than 10 skins with different levels of transparency), weather icon styles, Choose to show/hide some info, changing the color for each info separately, and some more.
We really liked the 100% transparency skin with some personalization to suits the wallpaper the best.
Transparent clock & weather is free to download and surprisingly it supports almost every Android devices (Android 1.6 and up).
4. Weather Clock
This is one of our most favorite Android clock and weather widgets with a simple yet beautiful design. Unlike the other mentioned widgets which had just digital clock, this lightweight 2×2 resizable widget offers an Analog Clock combined with an icon showing the weather situation, as well as the current temperature.
The icons used to show the weather condition are really cute, and you can get 4 more icon packs for weather in the full version of the application
Weather Clock is free to download and since it needs Android 1.6 and up to run, it supports almost every Android device.
From the same developer, you may also want to try Super Clock Widget which is again the combination of an Analog Clock and Weather information as well as Calendar, and Battery meter.
5. Sense V2 Flip Clock & Weather
Sense style on HTC Windows phones used to be the best theme on smart devices in the past, where no iOS or Android was around. If Sense style is still one of your favorites, then Sense V2 Flip Clock & Weather will satisfy you completely. There are 2 widgets sizes (4×2, and 4×3), with flip animation to show the time, and weather conditions according to your location and preset location.
Sense V2 Flip Clock & Weather is free to download and your device must be running Android 1.6 and up.
So, Which Android Clock and Weather Widgets will you choose? And which widget you would like to add to the list?