This is a reply to @snarl from here.
I just double checked, and while I’m using BOM data within Carrot Weather itself, I don’t believe it’s pushing that data to the Apple Watch complication that I’m using as I don’t have an Ultrapremium/Tier 2 subscription.
But as you’ve probably read, Carrot Weather has no peers when it comes to being an weather app, irrespective of what data source you’re using with it. It’s feature-rich on both iOS and the Apple Watch, is frequently updated both with usability or new iOS/watchOS features, and offers a plethora of customisation options that will suit basically any use case you care to throw at it. It’s so good, I basically never have to open the actual app on my iPhone unless I’m looking at the weather for a specific day a few days from now (and even then, I could do the same thing on my Apple Watch).
I think it’s disingenuous to say that any weather app is only good as its data. That’s true to some degree, of course, but in my mind the usability of an app is just as important. No use having the best data if it’s only presented in a very specific way, is a complete pain to use, or the app itself is a complete eyesore.
I’ve never looked at any alternate weather app, because I haven’t needed to. The only thing Pocket Weather doesn’t do for me right now is Apple Watch support in the form of complications, and Carrot Weather covers that niche perfectly.