What is the difference between WeatherLink.com 2.0 and WeatherLink Mobile App 2.0?

Both platforms allow you to view basic weather information but both also have very unique features.

Features available to you on the new WeatherLink.com are: Bulletin, Chart, Data, Map and Mobile

A. Bulletin
- New Features: Wind Rose, Local Forecast, Sunrise/Sunset, Moon Phase
- Key Features: Temperature, Humidity, Barometer, Wind Speed, Wind Direction, Current Rain, Total Rain, Solar Radiation, Ultra Violet Levels
- Ability to customize the bulletin: Display only the sensors you want, change the size and location of the sensor displays

B. Chart
- Access and visualize your historical data
- Customize your Y Axis
- Customize your display: color of sensor's graph line, switch between line and bar visualization
- Visualize several sensor readings in one graph
- Access and chart data of stations shared with you

C. Data
- Access and view your historical data in a table format
- Customize your view of sensors, browse only the data you want
- Export your data
- Access and view data of stations shared with you

D. Map
- Track public stations from all around the world (over 26,000 members)
- View live data (current conditions) from of any public station
- Access the Bulletin of any public station for even more data

E. Mobilize
- Track all the views you've created in your Mobilize App and access advanced agriculture-focused reports for Frost, Weather, Crop and Irrigation.

Features available to you on the new WeatherLink Mobile App 2.0 include:
- Station List: View current rain, temperature and humidity, wind and conditions for all of your stations and the public stations that you follow
- Station Details Screen: Dive deep into your station data, including hourly and 7-day forecasting, temperature and humidity, rain, wind, barometric pressure, UV index and solar radiation
- Charts for forecast, rain, barometer, UV index and solar radiation
- Solar Energy Calculator: estimates the solar energy produced with a 250 W solar panel and how many 60 W light bulbs it could run

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