updated 05:50 pm EST, Mon January 24, 2011
Google web weather for Android and iPhone now live
Google today gave both Android and iPhone users a second bonus today with a real-time, web-based weather app. A search for "weather" in the mobile browser will show the current weather, including based on the user's position. Phone owners get the forecast and can drag a live slider to see how the forecast is expected to change over the course of the next 12 hours.
The code only needs a mobile browser with HTML5 support, although live location info needs either real GPS or a device like an iPod touch that can triangulate when on Wi-Fi. Search is only available in English and doesn't yet have support for BlackBerry 6 or other platforms with some level of HTML5 support.