Allairgoo air quality app tracks breathability in 1,000 cities

By on August 20, 2014

Screenshot of graphed Allairgoo data (Credit: Allairgoo)

A new app showing air quality information for 1,000 cities shares some of the latest data on ozone, nitrogen dioxide and particle pollution to its users, according to Treehugger. The app is called Allairgoo, and is available in both free and paid versions.

The free version of the app gives users air quality data and pollution levels for their location or the closest city for which it has data. For around $12, users of the paid version can program personalized alerts when air quality indicators beat certain thresholds.

According to its website, Allairgoo provides “a system of personalized alerts for allergy and asthma sufferers and ignorant victims of pollution.” In addition to particle pollution and ozone levels, the app also gives users localized weather forecasts.

Image: Screenshot of graphed Allairgoo data (Credit: Allairgoo)

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