I would also love this@thotran7989 Would it be possible to add data from the Met Office for UK weather? (https://metoffice.apiconnect.ibmcloud.com/metoffice/production/api)
This new API supports global weather also now apparently.
The immersive mode is intended for apps in which the user will be heavily interacting with the screen. Examples are games, viewing images in a gallery, or reading paginated content, like a book or slides in a presentation.
You might be tempted to enable fullscreen mode just to maximize screen space for your app. But be mindful of how often users jump in and out of apps to check notifications, do impromptu searches, and more. Using fullscreen causes users to lose easy access to system navigation, so you should use fullscreen mode only when the benefit to the user experience goes beyond simply receiving a little extra space (such as to avoid accidental exits during a game or delivering a valuable immersive exerience for images, videos, and books).
This:Quoting the developer guide is meaningless. Might be better served to provide usage details on why you want it that way.
In my opinion, immersive mode makes sense in video apps, games. It doesn't make sense in a weather app.Using fullscreen causes users to lose easy access to system navigation
In my opinion, immersive mode makes sense in video apps, games. It doesn't make sense in a weather app.
I understand that this is my preference: I like having easy access to system navigation when checking the weather. For that reason, I would appreciate the ability to disable immersive mode.