Weather Philippines Updates App and Website To Help Pinoys Be Weather-Wiser

Will you be going out of town three days from now and you want to know what the weather will be like by then?

Is your team organizing a big event that's set to take place within a couple of days and you're wondering if you should set up a tent for guests in case it rains?

Are you a Barangay Official and you're currently planning relief efforts for an upcoming typhoon?

Well, why not download Weather Philippines' new app for Android and iOS to get an accurate full-week weather forecast for your current location or destination to be more prepared?

Weather Philippines

Powered by Aboitiz Group's resources and MeteoGroup's technical expertise, Weather Philippines aims to become the country's premiere private weather information/content provider by delivering critical and accurate weather forecasts to Filipinos with the hope of improving nationwide disaster preparedness as well as timely response to variable weather conditions.

Weather Philippines

Last month, the organization officially launched the revamped version of their mobile application, which was co-created by Rakso Computer Technologies, Inc.

According to Weather Philippines, the app helps you easily monitor the weather conditions and forecast of your selected locations. You can choose any location from the 780 weather stations we deployed in the country. It's also personalized, because you can label your selected places and add photos. This makes it easier to see the weather of your home or your office in just one glance. The colors of the dashboard will change, depending on how severe the weather is in that area. And of course, the weather data of this app is also highly localized.

It's really useful and I invite you to try it out yourself.

Weather Philippines

On top of that, pretty soon, Weather Philippines will also unveil their new website weatherphilippines[dot]org!

Our friends from the organization told me that the website which they are about to launch has a new look and feel. Aside from keeping up with today's digital trends, they want to improve the website's user interface and experience to empower decision-makers, particularly businesses and LGUs, in optimizing weather knowledge and info for disaster preparedness and community development. Basically, the want the new site to become a learning and collaboration platform for weather preparedness.

Sounds interesting. I'll definitely visit that website regularly when it goes live.

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