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Content provider

 
luri ron
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Where can I find the content provider for
android app. For example, if I want to build
an android weather app, where can I get the weather info from?
Does google provide that info?
 
luri ron
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Anyone has any insight or give me a pointer? Thanks.
 
Monu Tripathi
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There are many web services(RSS feeds) that provide weather data and forecasts. You can try consuming such web services in your application.
For e.g: Yahoo! weather
 
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