Google keep widget not updating

You should see the weather pop up on a results page.

Tap the current temperature on the card that appears.

A good many i Phone users are reporting on Apple Support that Weather widget is not working on i OS 11 or later. Hence, I remember the tricks that fixed the Weather widget issue on my i Phone. Before trying out some radical solutions, let’s start from the scratch to ensure you don’t need to dig deeper. Swipe right from the left of the screen to go to Lock screen. Now, you need to scroll down all the way to the bottom and tap on Edit. When you allow the Weather app to always access your location, local weather will always be kept updated. Which one of these tricks has worked in fixing the problem?

Though I haven’t encountered this issue on the latest version of i OS, I had run into it a long way back on the previous versions of i OS. If you haven’t added it as yet, tap on the “ ” button to the left of it. Once your device has restarted, head over to the Lock screen to check out if the Weather widget has started working or not. When you reset your i OS device to factory settings, all of your website logins and Wi-Fi passwords would be removed. Wrap up: Assuming Weather widget has started to work correctly on your device.

Simply press and hold the ON/OFF button and Home button until you see Apple logo on the screen. I’m sure the tricks as mentioned above would get the job done for you. If you are yet to overcome the issue, it’s time to delete the app and reinstall it. Hence, I’d recommend you to keep your device updated.

But if you select While using the app, it is updated only when you open the app. It’d be great to know your feedback in the comments below.

I was thinking of using a loop that goes through every minute, but wouldn't that just keep creating new widgets?

So you are only reading from file once in your example.

The problem with normal loops in Tkinter is that they are run in the main thread, making your GUI unresponsive.

And unlike some other sketchy weather apps out there, it doesn't abuse permissions to pry personal data from your phone since it's merely a piece of the Google app.

Open up the Google app or trigger your Google Assistant by long-pressing the home button, then either say "OK Google" or press the microphone icon to activate voice search (if it's not already listening).

Then, say something along the lines of "Show me the weather" or "What's the weather like in [specific area]," etc.

You can also just type "weather" into the search bar, but c'mon, that's kind of boring.

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