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Description

The myENV App is a one-stop platform in Singapore for environmental, water and food information at your fingertips.

It provides a comprehensive suite of information and services from the Ministry of Sustainability and the Environment (MSE) which covers weather, air quality, dengue hot spots, water level, flood, water disruption, hawker centre, food hygiene, and recycling. Users can also report feedback to MSE and its agencies through this app.

• Access real-time information on Singapore’s weather and receive push-notification alerts when heavy rain occurs

• View latest PSI & hourly PM2.5 information

• Locate dengue clusters

• Search for hawker centre

• View the food alerts and recall related information

• Obtain useful food hygiene related information such as Food Establishment Hygiene
Grades and list of licensed food caterers

• Get alerted on environmental situations such as earthquake, drain water level, flash floods, lightning and haze

• View the water supply disruption information

• Convenience of providing feedback to NEA, PUB and SFA

• Save locations and personalise the relevant information you wish to see for each location

myENV app will need access to certain features on your phone for the following reasons:

Calendar
This allows myENV to provide you more accurate information events, alerting you on weather and environmental conditions before your event

Location
Allowing myENV to use location will allow the app to serve you location-specific information (e.g weather, dengue)

Location When In Use
Allowing myENV to use location will allow the app to serve you location-specific information (e.g weather, dengue)

Location Always and When In Use
This allows myENV to use your location to understand your location patterns, so we can provide you more accurate suggestions based on your locations

Photos/Media/Files
Allow you to save photographs taken with myENV app in your phone and to attach them when you file a report to NEA/PUB/SFA

Camera
Access the phone's camera if you wish to attach a photograph while making a Report to NEA/PUB/SFA

Microphone
Required to record videos

What’s New

Version 3.0.9

- View the past 48 hours’ rainfall chart.
- Search for Food Establishment suspended in the past one year.
- Improved onboarding process for new users.
- Minor bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

1.9 out of 5
880 Ratings

880 Ratings

racheyyy_avocado ,

Previous weather@sg app was better

The previous weather@sg app was way better. The layout was cleaner and easier to navigate, and it provided more information such as humidity levels at different areas in Singapore, the amount of rainfall at every location, seeing our top 3 favourite locations temperature, wind speed etc easily, and all are categorised into their respective tabs. Super easy to navigate and find for information quickly.

The new app is so confusing I can’t seem to find what I want anymore, and some information seems to be missing.

Anonymous..124 ,

Not user friendly and more troublesome

The previous app was good but it does have some issues with the app not working during raining time; however, it was very easy to get all the information you want such as the wind direction for every location in Singapore, the temperature gradient for each area, the humidity and the current weather conditions. For some reasons, NEA decided to take few steps back in innovation by making this new app such that you have to click extra steps to find the information of other areas with less information as compared to the previous app; additionally, i dont understand why the need to include your current location as you can easily get the weather condition you want if you provide general weather info for every area. The developer confirm lazy to go out to find feedback then ownself fill up the feedback form.

kduhrvr ,

Updated app is not as intuitive

Older app was more intuitive and had key indicators easily visible on first page once settings have been done to choose preferred info. I could easily assess rain, lightning and wind situation at a glance. Now rain has to be overlaid and needs an extra step to click on a pull-up screen. There are many layers involved to compare weather info across various locations. Eg if I want to gauge possibility of playing tennis and am choosing which public court at which location to book to avoid moving rain clouds, I now have to click into one location at a time and remember data to compare. Before on the old app, I could just see all the current info at a glance.

Newer app seems to be developed by people who don’t use the app for daily functions like planning for outdoor travel via public transport, hikes, outdoor sports, fishing trips, where current and forecasted data across multiple locations need to be easily compared at a glance.

My 13-year old kid has been using the old app to check weather in prep for her training sessions, and even she commented that the new app is very user-unfriendly.

Also, the app has been inaccessible for the last few days.

Please look into redesigning the app closer to the original version.

App Privacy

The developer, National Environment Agency, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary based on, for example, the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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