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New iPad App, WunderStation, Will Change the Way You View the Weather

September 4, 2014

Weather enthusiasts and weather station owners alike have a new go-to weather app for their iPad. Weather Underground’s new app, WunderStation, offers a unique, detailed look at neighborhood data from individual weather stations within Weather Underground’s network of over 37,000 stations across the globe.

The WunderStation app allows iPad users to view, analyze, share, and compare data from personal weather stations across the world through a streamlined interface consisting of customizable charts and graphics.

Not only can weather station owners closely monitor their station’s data and operational status on the go, but anyone can access real-time weather data from any station in the network.

With the ability to completely customize the display dashboard, the WunderStation app provides a personalized weather experience for each user, allowing them to prioritize the information that they individually care about.

“WunderStation stands out from all other weather apps with its unprecedented level of weather data," says Allan Hui, Vice President of Product at Weather Underground.

"It goes beyond simply providing current conditions and forecasts and gives users access to things like historical weather trends and the option to designate custom water years to calculate rainfall totals," he adds.

"Whether you own a personal weather station or you just like to geek out on data, WunderStation is the app for you!”

Download the free app in the Apple App Store here or at wunderstation.com.

Interested in joining the Weather Underground Personal Weather Station network? For information on how to get started, click here.

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