Blog: General

September 3

AerisWeather Fall Newsletter

  In This Issue We hope you had a great summer! The last couple of months have been very busy for us. Aside from moving to a new office space, we have also been hard at work creating and updating our state of the art technologies to serve all of your weather needs. Here’s What’s New We have a lot of new and exciting things happening at AerisWeather. The first is our interactive maps SDK. This is a complete Javascript weather map platform built upon our open source AerisJS library. This new SDK provides many features, including modern design, support...

June 2

AerisWeather Newsletter With 50% Discount Offer

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]In This Issue Over the past few months, we have been going through some exciting changes here at AerisWeather! In addition to a re-brand and an updated look and feel to our website, we are proud to begin offering new and unique weather products and services.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Here’s What’s New Based on your feedback and high demand for clean, attractive, and informative weather content, we have expanded the data offered in our API plans. Check out our ever-growing Aeris API by visiting our brand new website: www.aerisweather.com. We are also proud to announce the release of our enterprise level...

May 26

AerisWeather Helps Homeowner’s Association Win Settlement For Storm Damage

The meteorological expertise of AerisWeather‘s forensics team was enlisted by local attorneys to help a Twin Cities’ Homeowner’s Association win a settlement from an insurance company who significantly undervalued a storm damage claim. A series of strong thunderstorms, many containing large hail and damaging winds, pummeled the Homeowner’s Association during the Spring of 2012. Numerous structures within the Association were damaged by these severe thunderstorms. After submitting a claim with their insurance company, the Homeowner’s Association learned that the insurance company was only willing to cover approximately three percent of the estimate given by the contractor who assessed the damage....

December 29

Introducing Aeris Pulse: An Interactive & Customizable Weather App

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]“Be prepared for ever-changing weather with Aeris Pulse.” Announcing Aeris Weather’s newest mobile weather app: Aeris Pulse! Aeris Pulse gives you weather, in color. From sky conditions to temperatures to time of day, the colors in the app match the current weather.  Aeris Pulse is always fresh and exciting because its aesthetics change just as frequently as the weather. Aeris Pulse is powered by the Aeris Weather API, so you have constant access to the most reliable weather data. Instantly check current conditions to determine whether you will need sunglasses or an umbrella. View future radar to see if the...

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November 17

Aeris Wear Update 1.0.6

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]After reviewing user feedback and requests, we’ve worked hard to update our latest app, Aeris Wear, by adding new features and increasing user ease and convenience.  Here’s what’s new and updated in Aeris Wear 1.0.6: We’ve added more data sync interval options to help optimize your device’s battery life.  Choose how often you want Aeris Wear to update, from every 15 minutes to only 4 times a day. You may now choose to turn notifications off.  Aeris Wear will still update, but your device will not alert you when it does so. Current and forecast weather are now more precise...

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October 5

Introducing Aeris Wear: Weather & Radar for Android Wear

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]“With Aeris Wear, your weather is just a glimpse away.” We’re very excited to announce our first app: Aeris Wear! This app gives users simple, clean weather information and is also optimized for Android Wear devices. We’re also proud to feature regional and local radar imagery for both mobile and wearable devices. Aeris Wear is driven by our powerful Aeris Weather API, putting the best possible weather data directly in your hands. Users can quickly access their current weather conditions, as well as short-term and extended forecasts. Do you need a jacket on your way out the door? Will the weather slow...

September 10

Aeris iOS Weather SDK 2.0 Beta 1 Released

We have officially released the first public beta of the next major release of our Aeris iOS Weather SDK. As we’ve previously reviewed in part 1 and part 2 of our preview blog posts, there are many new features and considerable improvements to not only performance but also working with the SDK.  

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June 25

Aeris iOS Weather Framework: 2.0 Preview – Part 2

During the week of Apple’s WWDC, we gave a preview of a few of the additions and improvements in the upcoming 2.0 release of our Aeris iOS Weather framework. This time in part 2, we’re going to preview some of the exciting new features and changes to the mapping component of our SDK that we’re sure will take your own weather applications to the next level.  

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May 30

Aeris iOS Weather Framework: 2.0 Preview – Part 1

Our Aeris iOS Weather Framework has been in the hands of developers and Aeris users for about two and a half years already and has received a lot of positive feedback from everyone who has been using it within their own iOS applications. Our goal with the iOS framework has always been to make interacting and integrating with our core Aeris API quick and painless so you can focus your time on building great applications instead of worrying about fetching, parsing and displaying weather data. Now, after months of planning and development behind the scenes, we’re excited to give our...

March 10

Case Study: Polaris Mobile Apps and Aeris

Over the past few months, we’ve been working closely with Polaris Industries to integrate our Aeris platform into their new iOS and Android applications, such as Snow Trails and ORV Trails. Polaris not only wanted to provide basic weather information like current conditions and forecasts, but also how the weather will affect outdoor activities and trail conditions for their users. Snow Trails was also featured in the AppStore’s Navigation category last week.