Weatherly Description

The Weatherly software from Polarity Technologies Ltd. provides services by Eightpoint Technologies Ltd. that you can find at The Weatherly software offers users access to a redesigned new tab page that is powered by The Weatherly program supports versions for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. The version for Chrome can be found at, and the version for Firefox can be found at the official site The app can be found listed in the Add-ons/Extensions Manager on Chrome and Firefox simply as Weatherly with a description that says:

'Elegant and simple new tab page that displays the current time and weather.'

The Weatherly extension may replace your default new tab page with a black page that includes a search bar powered by Mozilla Firefox users are required by Polarity Technologies Ltd. and Eightpoint Technologies Ltd. to set as their homepage as well before they proceed to use Weatherly. The site is a customized version of Google that is stripped from links to Google-powered apps and offers text-based results only, which can be limiting for some users. The Weatherly app is an ad-supported program that may access data on your PC to provide tailor-suited ads at and related pages. Google Chrome users are shown an installation pop-up saying that Weatherly needs access to:

  • Your browsing history.
  • Detect your physical location.
  • Manage your apps, extensions and themes.

The ads by Weatherly are generated by partners of Polarity Technologies Ltd. and Eightpoint Technologies Ltd. and may include links to untrusted and insecure pages. If you read the terms of use for Weatherly at, you will notice that neither of the companies mentioned before does perform security checks or monitor the content shown on your new tab page via Weatherly. The Weatherly app behaves like the QuickWeatherAlert Toolbar and the Local Weather Radar, which may share information with third-party advertisers that are not listed at Weatherly is perceived as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) that may redirect you to misleading content and untrusted online shops and share your Internet history, software configuration and location with marketers. You may want to reconsider installing the Weatherly extension and wish to remove it along with the tracking cookies that may be downloaded as part of its activity.

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