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Pocket Rain Gauge For Apple Watch

Pocket Rain Gauge is now available for Apple Watch! Find out how much it rained in the last 24 hours wherever you are! We also updated the iOS version to include iPad support and the ability to share your results on Twitter. Head over to the App Store to update or download the app today.

 
 

Don't worry Android users, we will have some good news for you soon.



Measuring Heavy Rainfall

We had some pretty severe rainfall here in Champaign and the surrounding areas yesterday. Some places even reported 8.2 inches of rain. Looking at the image below of the last 24 hours of precipitation in the United States, you can see that large area of green and yellow in the middle of the picture. That's what landed on us.

Let's take a look at how much rain that blob of color produced near our offices with Morning Farm Report and Pocket Rain Gauge

Looking at Rainfall in Morning Farm Report, an area just North of our office saw about 2.3 inches of rain.  

At the Agrible office, Pocket Rain Gauge shows 2.08 in. Our physical rain gauge outside of the office shows just above 2 inches as well.

 
 

To find out how much it rained at your location or on your fields, sign up for a free trial of Rainfall and download our Pocket Rain Gauge App. Learn more about both here

Stay dry out there.

1,000 Downloads of Pocket Rain Gauge!

Our Pocket Rain Gauge app reached 1,000 downloads! Thanks to everyone who downloaded it and provided feedback. 

If you're interested in getting rain results for all of your field locations, be sure to sign up for the free trial of Rainfall in Morning Farm Report.  

You can learn more about Pocket Rain Gauge here and download it from the App Store

Pocket Rain Gauge Available for iOS

Pocket Rain Gauge Available for iOS

To coincide with the launch of Morning Farm Report tomorrow, we’re happy to announce that our free Pocket Rain Gauge app for iOS is now available on the App Store!

Powered by the same technology as Morning Farm Report’s Rainfall, Pocket Rain Gauge uses your geolocation to deliver accurate rainfall measurements right to your phone.