EWOB

EWOB



Free

2for iPhone, iPad and more
European Severe Storms Laboratory
Developer
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Dec 18, 2022
Update Date
Weather
Category
4+
Age Rating
Age Rating
4+
Apps in this category do not contain restricted content.
9+
Apps in this category may contain mild or occasional cartoon, fantasy or real-life violence, as well as occasional or mild adult, sexually suggestive or horrifying content and may not be suitable for children under 9 years of age.
12+
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17+
You must be at least 17 years old to access this App.
Apps in this category may contain frequent and intense offensive language; Frequent and intense cartoon, fantasy or realistic violence: frequent and intense adult, scary and sexually suggestive subjects: as well as sexual content, nudity, tobacco, alcohol and drugs, may not be suitable for children under 17 years of age.
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About EWOB

Using EWOB you can report the weather right where you are and see what people in your surroundings are reporting. You can upload and see pictures and read descriptions of the weather at different places in Europe. With EWOB reports of a variety of weather situations and severe weather phenomena such as snow, rain, floods or damaging winds and displays them on a map. The app allows you to zoom into your region or see areas as large as Europe. The map can be animated, so that you can follow the evolution of the weather.

By monitoring the map, you can get an idea of how the weather near you is behaving and be aware early when severe weather approaches. By reporting, you are helping scientists who study severe weather and are giving valuable information to weather forecasters and severe weather warning services. Scientists will use the data to find out how they can best use data from meteorological satellites and radars to best predict severe weather. Weather observations by human beings are indispensable to develop relationships between what satellites and radars see and what kind of weather is actually happening on the ground.

Weather forecasters have to deal with the problem that satellites cannot see what happens under a storm cloud, radars do not scan close to the earth’s surface and that measurements from observation stations are far apart. EWOB helps them to be aware when a thunderstorm starts to produce wind damage, or when rain suddenly starts to freeze on the road: that is crucial information for issuing timely weather warnings.
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What's New in the Latest Version 2

Last updated on Dec 18, 2022
Old Versions
New App version, improved user interface and ability to upload videos
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Version History
2
Dec 18, 2022
New App version, improved user interface and ability to upload videos
1.7
Oct 17, 2018
Map bugfix
1.6
Dec 19, 2016
Bugfixes
1.4
Jul 29, 2016
* Fixes long loading duration and various crashes on various iOS versions
1.3
Jul 1, 2016
* Continuous GPS Tracking
* New translations for ~20 languages
1.1
May 7, 2016
Stability improvements
1.0
Dec 15, 2015

EWOB FAQ

Click here to learn how to download EWOB in restricted country or region.
Check the following list to see the minimum requirements of EWOB.
iPhone
Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
iPad
Requires iPadOS 13.0 or later.
iPod touch
Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
EWOB supports English

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