Halo is a free open source weather app for Linux, Windows and macOS. Released under the MIT license and written in Python. It’s a simple, clean and beautiful weather app for your desktop. It shows forecasts and past temperature trends. You can change the unit of temperature in metric system, scientific method, Fahrenheit, and change the background image of the app. Initially it identifies the location based on its IP, but you can also change the location manually from the app’s settings page.
Install the Halo Weather app on Ubuntu
The Halo Weather App can be installed via snap, native deb, and python pip.
Install the Halo Weather app via Snap.
Open a terminal application. You can open it by pressing Ctrl + Alt + T at the same time. Then run the Hello Weather Snap install command.
sudo snap install halo-weather
After installation, you can open it from the following command or the application’s View menu.
Install the Halo Weather app via DEB.
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Download the .deb package file Halo from the download link above, save it in your download folder, then run all the following commands one at a time.
sudo dpkg -i python3-halo-weather_0.2.1-1_all.deb
Here, “python3-halo-weather_0.2.1-1_all.deb” is the download file name.
sudo apt install -f
Install the Halo Weather app via PIP.
First, install pythonPiP on your system from the link below.
Install pip on Ubuntu
Then run under the install command in your terminal.
sudo pip3 install halo-weather