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apixu weatherstack

Great News: Apixu is now weatherstack

When Apixu originally launched in early 2015, it was one of very few API-first global weather data providers selling to customers all around the world on a self-service basis. Through the years, more than 75.000 companies all around the world have started using the product to retrieve different kinds of real-time and historical weather data.

After months of preparation and work on the technical side of our weather API, Apixu is now officially relaunching as weatherstack - a new, faster, more capable and completely rebuilt REST API service for current weather information, 11-year historical data as well as accurate 14-day weather forecasts.

In addition to improved data reliability, consistency and completeness in general, there is a series of new API functionalities that will enhance your user experience and simplify implementation, including translations for 40 languages, bulk queries, hour-by-hour data, astronomy data, location autocomplete, and more.

Important: APIXU Shutdown on October 14th, 2019

- Please switch to the new API endpoint by October 14th, 2019

Please note that the Apixu API is now deprecated and scheduled for shutdown on October 14th, 2019. To prevent service disruption in your application(s), please make sure to switch to the new weatherstack API endpoint as soon as possible.

To do so, please create your weatherstack account, grab your new API access key and take a quick look at our 3-Step Quickstart Guide or API Documentation.

- Are you a paid APIXU customer? Get in touch!

If you have been using a premium subscription with Apixu, we have a special offer for you. If you have not been contacted yet, please make sure to reach out to us and let us know your APIXU account email address.

- Need help? Please get in touch

It is very important for us to ensure a smooth transition for all of our customers. If you need any assistance or have questions, please feel free to contact technical support using the following link: Contact Technical Support

We look forward to welcoming you as a customer of the new weatherstack API!

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weatherstack - World Weather Data API

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Originally launched as "APIXU" in 2015, weatherstack was one of the first self-service based REST API providers in world weather data field. Through the years, our team has made every effort to ensure the highest possible level of data quality for both real-time weather, historical data as well as weather forecast data. Today, weatherstack is trusted by over 75,000 companies worldwide to provide accurate weather information for millions of global locations any day of the year.

And the best part: most of our API is completely free of charge. You can sign up for free to get instant API Access and start querying the API for weather data in your location right away.

Features & Integration

The weatherstack API comes with a full suite of features that will make implementation very straightforward. Some of our API functionalities include:

  • Real-Time Weather Data
  • Historical Weather Data
  • Weather Forecast Data
  • Location Search & Autocomplete
  • Rock-Solid Uptime & API Speed
  • Astronomy & Lunar Data
  • Hour-by-Hour Data
  • Multi-Language API in 40 Languages
  • Bulk API Queries

Sign up for the Standard Plan to start using the API at premium level for 50,000 monthly API requests, HTTPS encryption, full historical data and more.

In-depth Documentation

An in-depth API documentation, including interactive code examples and extensive descriptions can be found at

Customer Support

Need any assistance? Get in touch with Customer Support.


All usage of the weatherstack website, API, and services is subject to the weatherstack Terms & Conditions and all annexed legal documents and agreements.


Real-Time, Historical World Weather Data & Forecast API






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