WeatherBug App for iOS and Android Lets You Share Your Favorite Weather Photos and More
Germantown, MD — Just in time for the busy holiday season, WeatherBug introduces new features and updates to its popular iOS and Android apps. WeatherBug makes checking the most current conditions, the best forecasts and the fastest alerts – and now sharing your best photos with millions of other WeatherBug users – easier and more fun than ever before.
New features for WeatherBug on iPhone and Android include:
- Photo Sharing and Albums: Send us your best photos and share your favorite weather moments with millions of WeatherBug users around the world – just snap, send and share. View photos taken by other WeatherBug fans. Photos are now organized into albums, so finding awesome photos has never been quicker or easier!
- Push Notifications: WeatherBug for iOS will update you with severe weather warnings and our exclusive Dangerous Thunderstorm Alerts, which are based on some of the newest advancements in sensor and alerting technology. Warnings will be pushed directly to your mobile device to help you stay informed and safer from tornadoes, severe thunderstorms, flash floods and more.
- Expanded Forecast Locations: Many apps rely on information that’s up to an hour old or from a faraway airport. WeatherBug features the freshest weather data, updated every few seconds, to provide you with industry’s most accurate current, extended, and hourly weather forecasts for your neighborhood and beyond. Keep WeatherBug on hand and you’ll get real-time pinpoint 10-day forecasts and more for 2.6 million locations worldwide.
Plus, WeatherBug includes Spark™ — the only tool providing personalized lightning strike information based on your device’s GPS location, your favorite locations, and on the spot where you or loved ones are at the moment. Spark taps into the world’s largest and most advanced Total Lightning Network to bring you minute-by-minute and mile-by-mile lightning information right to your device.
Install WeatherBug and find out why tens of thousands rate it 5 out of 5 stars, calling it “The Best Weather App,” “Awesome” and “The best app.”