The “Launch Location” setting controls what you see when the app boots up.
This can be toggled to either show one city by default, or to detect your location each time you open the app.
It’s not surprising; In the entire internet world, You might want to watch a latest music video, viral, trending videos in your country or all around the world, But you lack of internet connection or a restrictive data plan.
The Weather app works well enough when you open it, but there have been many complaints that the Live Tiles feature doesn’t exactly work the way it should.
Whichever setting you choose, it will affect both the city on the front page summary and the starting location used in the Maps and Historical Weather tabs.
The only feature unaffected by the Launch Location setting are the articles listed in the News tab, which will stay the same no matter where your city is set.
Griping aside, the new version of the app seems to be running quite well on my phone, and the slide-out location menu and other visual elements are more or less where you'd expect them to be.
The free ad-supported app is compatible with just about everything, and the "platinum" version has been given the same visual refresh.