Editors' note: This review has been updated with the release of the Android version, August 8, 2013.
Yahoo Weather (iOS|Android) is a weather app that displays stunning Flickr photos as a backdrop to a wide range of weather information on your phone. There are certainly other options with more weather information, but for a quick look at what's happening in your area, Yahoo Weather is a good-looking and well-made app.
When you launch Yahoo Weather, you'll be asked immediately if the app can use your location so it can give you information on the weather around your area. From there you'll be presented with a photo from your area via Flickr, and the app takes into account what time of day it is to give you an image that matches your current time. In the lower left of the screen you get the current outlook (such as "Partly cloudy"), the high and low temperature for the day, and the current temperature.
As you swipe to scroll down farther, you're presented with much more information. You get a forecast for each hour of the current day followed by a forecast for the week. There's a written forecast of the rest of the day's weather and what it will be like tomorrow. Below that you have a map you can touch to go full-screen, with buttons for interactive radar, satellite, heat, and wind maps. Below the map are listed percentage of precipitation, wind speed, barometric pressure, and today's times when the sun rises and sets. These sections are in modules so you can touch and hold a small tab and then drag them around to bring the ones you check most often to the top if you desire.