Pagasa launches mobile app for Android | Inquirer Technology

Pagasa launches mobile app for Android

/ 06:04 PM June 13, 2016

The state weather bureau on Monday launched its weather forecasting application for Android phones.

A light version of the website contains vital weather information and flood warnings, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) said in a statement.


The project is one of the components of the technical cooperation between Pagasa and the Japan International Cooperation Agency – Project.

Simplified information materials created by Pagasa and the USAID’s Be Sure project were also launched.


The brochure-type materials give information about La Niña, El Niño, rainfall warning system and the updated tropical cyclone warning system.

Poster-type materials will also be released soon, Pagasa said. RAM/rga


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TOPICS: Android, app, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration, Mobile, Pagasa, Philippine Atmospheric, technology, Weather
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