GERMANTOWN, Md. -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Having the most up-to-date, neighborhood-level forecasts is vital for planning and safety. To help Android users stay one step ahead, WeatherBug® introduces expanded forecasts, enhanced information and new customization options to its popular app for Android phones and tablets. Plus, WeatherBug is also debuting a new look-and-feel for its Android tablet app following a major successful redesign of its Android phone app, which was unveiled to users last spring.
WeatherBug's app for Android phones and tablets includes new 10-day forecasts, hurricane news, Spanish language support and more. (Photo: Business Wire)
In addition to 10-day forecasts, a new Hurricane Center and Spanish language support, users get all the distinctive features – including the fastest alerts from the largest real-time weather network, and Spark™, the only mobile tool that delivers minute-by-minute, mile-by-mile lightning strike information – that users rave about.
Key new features for WeatherBug 3.1 for Android include:
Exclusive features to WeatherBug include:
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For 20 years, we have been Taking the Pulse of the Planet® by gathering and analyzing atmospheric observations using the world’s largest weather monitoring and lightning detection networks so our customers can Know Before™. Real-time weather and lightning data – gathered every few seconds from thousands of sensors across the planet – keep consumers, businesses, and governments around the globe informed with neighborhood-level weather intelligence, updated with the most current forecasts, and alerted to approaching severe weather with the fastest alerts. The company’s popular WeatherBug® mobile, desktop and online apps, and website provide local weather, superior forecasts and advanced severe weather alerts to millions of consumers. Earth Networks’ enterprise solutions support utilities, schools, professional sports teams, emergency response crews, government entities and others in safeguarding lives, preparing for weather events, and optimizing business operations. Learn more at www.earthnetworks.com. Get your weather at www.weatherbug.com. Follow Us on Twitter @WeatherBug and Like Us at www.facebook.com/WeatherBug.