Halo Weather App Forecast and Historic Temperature Trends

Halo is a free and open source weather app for Linux, Windows and macOS. It is released under MIT License and written in python. It is a simple clean and beautiful weather app for your desktop. It shows forecast and historic temperature trends. You can change the temperature unit in metric, scientific and Fahrenheit and also change app background image. Initially it identify your location based on your IP but you can also change the location manually via the apps setting page.

Halo Weather App

 

Install Halo Weather App on Ubuntu

You can install Halo Weather App via snap, native deb and python pip.

Install Halo Weather App via Snap:

Open the terminal application. You can open it by pressing ctrl+alt+t keys together. then run halo weather snap installation command.

sudo snap install halo-weather

After the installation you can open it from the below command or via the show application menu.

halo-weather

Halo Weather App setting

Install Halo Weather App via DEB:

Download Halo weather app

Also Read:  How to install Deno On Ubuntu & Fedora - Javascript and Typescript Runtime

Download Halo in .deb package file from above download link and save it on your Downloads folder then run all below commands one by one.

cd Downloads
sudo dpkg -i python3-halo-weather_0.2.1-1_all.deb

Here “python3-halo-weather_0.2.1-1_all.deb” is the downloads file name.

sudo apt install -f

Halo Weather App city

Install Halo Weather App via PIP:

First install python PiP on your system from the below link.

Install pip on Ubuntu

Then in terminal run below installation command.

sudo pip3 install halo-weather

That’s it.

If you liked this article, please subscribe to our YouTube Channel. You can also stay connected with us on Twitter and Facebook.



You may also like...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *