It also has some nifty photo features that will let you “grab a photo of a poster, receipt or document and easily find it later in search.” For people who want widgets that are specifically tailored to tell them what it’s like outside right now, Aix Weather Widget describes itself as “a pure homescreen app widget that shows temperature, maximum/minimum precipitation and sun rise/set times graphically to give you a compact and accurate forecast.” The app gets its data from the Norwegian Meteorological Institute and NOAA National Weather Service and it says its data will be particularly accurate for Europe and North America.Simply put, this app aims to light up your lock screen with the most critical information you need to know.
RELATED: 5 more awesome Android apps you may not have heard of Chronus describes itself as “an elegant Home & Lock screen Clock, Weather, News feed and Calendar widget.” Its design is an evolution of the Cyanogen Mod c Lock widget and it has tons of great features that make it a one-stop center for important information, including a “weather panel with Yahoo!
To do this, press the menu button from the home screen and go into “System settings.” Then from the settings menu tap the System button underneath the Interface options.
Now within the system menu is the Clock widget button. In the weather panel, check the Display Weather box.
It's built based on the the clock in Android 4.2, but with calendar and weather integration.
If this feature is something that you're interested in, I'm going to show you how to get it on your non-rooted Samsung Galaxy S4 or other Android 4.2 device.