15 July 2014

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Pinoy app "iTyphoon" keeps track of typhoons in the Philippines

iTyphoon is a seasonable app that provides free typhoon updates to Filipinos and to the world. For Filipinos, this app is what you need especially today that typhoon Glenda is expected to landfall in NCR based on the early reports from PAG-ASA, the official weather bureau of the Philippines. According to the latest updates (using the app), the typhoon continues to strengthen while still over the Philippine Sea and will landfall in Albay-Southern Camarines Sur  this evening.



iTyphoon app gives weather forecast of the next 72 hours.  

The app allows you to make a checklist of your preparatory actions before and after the typhoon. You can also put any important notes on the list.


The Help section of the app will give you the necessary information about the icons used in the app. It also gives additional information about storm categories, Philippine public storm signals, and the anatomy of  a typhoon.




Thanks to Mr. Magno Edilberto R. Conag III, the president and C.E.O. of Nueva Caceres Technology Solutions, Inc.together with his friend, David Michael V. Padua for creating this app for Filipinos. The developers are locals based in Naga City, Camarines Sur, Philippines.

*iTyphoon is currently available in iOS, Android, Nokia Series 40, and will be available soon on Windows Mobile. 


Update: June 28,2017


I updated some search tags for this post after moving from blogspot sud-domain to a custom domain name, tokitechie.com. The original contents weren't change. -Toki

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