RainViewer 2.19 for iOS: Better Experience with Notifications

RainViewer 2.19 for iOS: Better Experience with Notifications

RainViewer 2.19 for iOS presents a new notification center, where you can customize weather alerts for each of your saved locations and decide which notifications to receive. You no longer need to open Settings and look for the Notifications section, as we’ve moved these settings to the new Notification Center on the app’s main screen. Now you can quickly and easily set up weather alerts.

In this release, we’ve added two new types of notifications - Severe Weather Alerts and Tropical Storms. In total, the RainViewer app now has the following notification types:

  • Rain Duration: The exact start and end time of rain at your location.
  • In-Radius: Rain inside a specified radius.
  • Severe Weather Alerts: Notifications from weather agencies about critical weather conditions nearby, such as tornadoes, fires, extreme heat, and potential flooding.
  • Tropical Storms: Notifications about the formation of tropical storms and warnings if they are passing through your locations.

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You may not need all of these alerts for all of your saved locations, that’s why we’ve added Custom Notifications. With this set of options, you can customize the settings for each of your locations depending on your needs. For example, if you’re traveling to a location with a high risk of storms and fires, you can activate Severe Weather Alerts and Tropical Storms only for this location.

Another attention-worthy section in our Notification Center is Do Not Disturb. Here you can set up a period during which you do not want to receive alerts – for instance, at night.

Be aware of storms and dangerous weather events with RainViewer’s new Notification Center. Update to version 2.19 for iOS and stay safe.

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