Interestingly, I was having pretty heated discussions with some iPhone users about weather. One had brought up it'd be nice to have the temperature on the weather icon. Then others claimed it would be a battery sucker because the phone would have to keep track of where you are... hahaha!
Of course, it's not a battery sucker, I've always had a weather widget on my android and the battery life between using one and not is pretty much zero. *All* cell phones are constantly triangulating position off cell towers, this is what the weather widgets use, and the data to download for any particular position is less than a standard text message.
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