Dark Sky only works in the United States (including Hawaii, Alaska, and Puerto Rico), but we want to expand our coverage. The biggest obstacle is getting access to the radar networks in other countries – both from a technical and legal standpoint – which is something we’re actively investigating. Fill out this form and we’ll tell you when Dark Sky supports your country.
We wrote a post on our blog that thoroughly explains these issues: Notifications. Please give it a read before writing in.
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Our development time right now is 100% focused on improving the iOS app, increasing prediction accuracy, and bringing Dark Sky to other countries. So we are not actively working on Android or Windows Phone versions, but if you fill out this form we'll let you know when we have something ready for you…
Dark Sky’s forecast is always based on the best radar station for the storm that’s coming your way, which isn’t necessarily the same radar station that we display in the app. If you really think something is wrong, please contact us, but – barring any bugs! – you should get an accurate forecast regardless of the direction that a storm is coming from.
See how well Dark Sky can predict precipitation where you live.
Green areas have great coverage, yellow areas are a little iffy.