There are four different ways for cellphone and smartphone users to access its weather and weather-related content:
7 free customized email services delivered directly to subscribers:
Mobile websites: mobile.theweathernetwork.com and mobile.meteomedia.com give free access from mobile phones to local weather, radar maps, live traffic flow traffic cam images, flight information, and health information for 5000 cities in Canada and worldwide.
Mobile applications: Free applications that can be downloaded on smartphones iPhone and BlackBerry available now – Windows Mobile coming soon.
WeatherEye Mobile: Provides current conditions, warnings and forecasts for 5,000 cities in Canada and worldwide.
TrafficEye Mobile: Real-time traffic flow for the Greater Toronto Area, including highway cameras and incident alerts.
WarningsDirect: Severe weather alerts for your region to help keep you and your family safe.
WeatherDirect: Detailed weather forecasts for the day with updates on temperature, wind-chill/humidex, wind gusts and UV index.
HW99 Sea-2-Sky: Real-time road incident reports such as traffic jams, accidents, and lane closures for Highway 99, which runs from West Vancouver to Whistler, BC.
Video: 40-second regional overviews and 40-second local forecasts presented by a weather broadcaster for 25 Canadian cities directly on mobiles.
The mobile websites, mobile.theweathernetwork.com and mobile.meteomedia.com are among the top mobile websites in Canada, with nearly 4 million page views per month.2
The WeatherEye Mobile application is among the most popular mobile applications in the country with over 2 million page views per month.2
On average, 150,000 messages are delivered each month through the English and French messaging products.
2Omniture Site Catalyst, August 1 – August 31, 2008