We’ve been online for more than a year now, and the experience couldn’t have been better! The incredibly good reception of the network among the weather community, with an average growth of around 100 new weather stations online every month, plus the great number of weather software that have adopted our API to support the network, and the huge amount of feedback we get, are the best reward we could wish for all the effort and passion we put into running Weathercloud.
Today we’re so happy to announce the release of Weathercloud Beta 4, one of the biggest updates so far. It’s been a while since we released Beta 3, and in that time the team has been really hard at work, developing new and exciting features, fixing a number of bugs and enhancing the overall performance of the network for you to enjoy. Keep reading to learn more!
We’re so pleased to announce support for Cumulus and the addition of several new features and performance improvements! Read on to find out what’s new in this update.
We’re thrilled to announce that Weathercloud has been upgraded to Beta 3! This is one of the biggest releases to date, and comes with a number of new features and improvements to make the network more efficient and enjoyable than ever before. Keep reading to discover all the new features!
Good news for Twitter enthusiasts! From today Weathercloud offers you the possibility to have your weather data tweeted automatically on the microblogging service par excellence. This is a wonderful way to keep your followers informed about the current weather in your location, and we’re sure you’ll love how this feature seamlessly integrates with Twitter.
We start the week with yet another update! We’ve been listening to your feedback carefully and we’ve included two of the most requested features in this release: the ability to watch your weather webcam from Weathecloud and also to change units and regional settings as guest. In addition, we’ve added a new gauge for evapotranspiration. Keep reading to learn more!