The entertainingly antagonistic weather application, Carrot Weather, got its latest version 5.0 update.
The new update brings a new and far more customizable design, removes the upfront price tag in favor of more subscription tiers, and adds new dialogue and Easter eggs for the app’s malevolent AI character.
Users are also able to fully customize the layout of those interface cards based on the information that’s important to them, and they can swap between different custom layouts easily.
The new app also is now free to use, instead of charging $4.99 upfront to use.
A Premium subscription ($4.99 per month or $19.99 per year) adds additional features like selecting weather sources, notifications, widgets, and Apple Watch complications. Premium Ultra ($9.99 per month or $39.99 per year) adds notifications for rain and storms, more widgets, and better data source switching. And a Premium Family subscription ($14.99 per month or $59.99 per year) is the same as Premium Ultra but can be shared through Apple’s Family Sharing with up to five other people.
Carrot Weather 5.0 is available to download now on the App Store.