OpenWeather App is here to unleash the One Call API potential

The ad-free & free-to-use OpenWeather App arrives to the App Store this week. The application is here to seize the entire potential of our One Call API, the amalgamation of minute-by-minute forecast for 1 hour; hourly forecast for 2 days and daily forecast for the week, along with national weather alerts. The pinnacle of weather API’s is now brought right onto your mobile device.

A scientific yet simple approach to weather forecasting

The OpenWeather App is making calls to our One Call API to demonstrate the whole diversity of our weather data in a succinct style. Here, at OpenWeather, we love keeping the complex things concise, and our app can prove it through the combination of minimalistic UI and informative UX:

  • The minute-by minute precipitation chart for 1 hour that indicates any precipitation and its intensity in the requested location.

Other features:

  • Add up to 6 cities from across the Globe to your favourites;

The magic behind the OpenWeather App

All the data for our application is provided by One Call API. OpenWeather Ltd. aggregates and processes meteorological data from tens of thousands of weather stations, on-ground radars and satellites to bring their users accurate and actionable weather data for any location worldwide. This enormous amount of weather data is processed by our convolutional Machine Learning model. The ML technology enriches the classical NOAA, Met Office and Environment Canada forecasting models by using complementary data sources and proprietary algorithms, improving the overall quality and reliability of data. This technological convergence is now accessible directly and immediately through the OpenWeather App.

Originally published at https://openweather.co.uk.

OpenWeather provides historical, current and forecasted weather data via light-speed APIs.

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