WeatherHawk partners with AfterTen Software to release iPhone App

WeatherHawk partners with AfterTen Software to release iPhone App

WeatherHawk is pleased to announce that it will release an iPhone App for their Signature and 500 Series Weather Stations. WeatherHawk Mobile will enable users to view weather information from their home automation systems directly from their mobile phone.

Information available on the display will be:
• Date/Time
• Temperature
• Daily Temp Min
• Daily Temp Max
• Relative Humidity
• Dew Point
• Wind Chill/Heat Index
• Barometer
• Wind Direction
• Wind Speed
• Daily Wind Speed Max
• Barometer
• Solar
• Daily ETo
• Rain Yearly
• Battery



The iPhone App will be available through the Apple on -line Store following CEDIA on September 7 -11 in Indianapolis, IN. WeatherHawk will be exhibiting at booth #511 at the CEDIA Expo.
WeatherHawk Mobile was developed by AfterTen Software, a developer of weather related applications.
WeatherHawk products are available to purchase directly from the WeatherHawk web site at www.weatherhawk.com.
Toll free USA: 1 -866 -670 -5982
International: 1 -435 -227 -9802

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