App Thursday: The Weather Channel on webOS; USPS launches mobile website

Aaron Baker
member from Dallas, TX
Published: October 22, 2009

The Weather Channel Mobile website

Two new shortcuts to talk about today - the new USPS Mobile, and The Weather Channel application for webOS.  Realizing the predominance of internet use on today's wireless devices, the USPS has launched a mobile version of their website.  Found at m.usps.com, you can track your packages, find various post office locations, locate a ZIP code, find cities based on their respective ZIP codes, and learn more about USPS.  What's more, rumors point to a potential BlackBerry and iPhone app in the future, complete with GPS features.

On the webOS front, The Weather Channel has launched their popular application already found on the iPhone, BlackBerry, and Android platforms.  Available in the App Catalog, it's offered in three languages and six countries. 

Some of the features include:

  • TWC's current conditions, hourly, 36-hour and 10-day forecasts
  • GPS pinpoints the user's location for accurate weather reporting
  • Severe alert indicator turns red when severe weather, storm watch, and tropical alerts are detected
  • Customizable maps
  • Store locations for future use

For more information on The Weather Channel's application, visit the App Store from your webOS-enabled device, or visit www.weather.com/mobile.

Source: IntoMobile