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May 24

Aeris Pulse for Android Pro Tip: Oreo Persistent Weather Notification

Aeris Pulse for Android – it Feels Like Something is Missing… Since you updated to Oreo, you may have noticed that something was missing from your Aeris Pulse for Android app. One of the changes that came with our Oreo notification update is to default the persistent notification to off. If you’re missing it (like I was), here’s how to get it back! Aeris Pulse Settings Ok, first let’s turn that option back on. Open Pulse and swipe down on the main view. Next, at the top of the locations view, tap the settings icon in the upper left corner....

May 22

Air Quality API Endpoints Now Available From AerisWeather

As spring turns to summer and everyone begins spending more time outdoors, the air we breathe is a concern for many. With most of the world’s population affected, this is not only a local concern but a global one–one that our clients care about. So we are proud to announce the addition of the Air Quality API to the AerisWeather weather API. The air quality API endpoints within AerisWeather’s API offers the ability to obtain global air quality observations and forecasts via two new endpoints: airquality and airquality/forecasts. The new endpoints are available today as part of our Aeris Premium...

May 21

Leveraging Global Air Quality for Business

by Paul Douglas An old joke insists that Californians don’t trust air they can’t actually see. Unfortunately, air pollution is no laughing matter. According to recent research, more than 95% of the world’s population breathes unsafe air, contributing to more than 6 million deaths worldwide in 2017. In the US alone studies suggest 7,000 to as many as 200,000 premature deaths occur annually as a result of unhealthy air. At this rate, a conservative estimate can state that air pollution claims as many lives as traffic accidents each year. The statistics are staggering, but the first step is understanding. Air...

May 21

Introducing the AerisWeather Python SDK

It’s an exciting time to be working in the loft studios of AerisWeather development. The powerful Aeris Maps Platform has become a leading weather map service. Our radar coverage has expanded to new areas of the globe like Australia and South Korea. Aeris WeatherBlox, the service that enables web devs to easily add weather content to their sites are always adding new blox. We’re constantly pushing updates to the iOS and Android toolkits to keep them up to date with the fast-moving mobile scene. Here at AerisWeather we sometimes say “the weather never sleeps”, and for the toolkit team that...