Blueair is one of the leading producers of indoor air purifiers. They have released the Android version of its Air Pollution Warning app in India. This app sends out an early warning signal to Indian Android smartphone users and given them the opportunity to take precautions against heavily polluted air in their area.
So what does the Blueair Air Quality app do?
This app gathers real time info on the air quality levels in cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai and Kolkata. Using a host of monitoring systems laid down in each of these cities the results are shown on the Android smartphone screen of the user. One can check the air quality in their area and make plans or take precautions accordingly.
Mr. Vijay Kannan, Head of Blueair India said “Noting that 90 per cent of smartphones sold in India are powered by Google’s Android system, the Android App release comes at a time when millions of people are being diagnosed with breathing and skin health issues related to pollution from cars, trucks and buses, industrial production and construction. A major problem has been people’s inability to detect what is in the air they are breathing, but the Blueair air quality Android app helps address that by giving people the chance to finally monitor how serious their air quality is in real time and do something about it to protect their health and well-being.”
The Blueair Air Pollution Warning app monitor provides hourly updates. These updates include street level air pollution in key cities around India to help people protect their health and wellness. The Blueair AQ Monitor empowers ordinary citizens to take pro-active action to avoid airborne contaminants that may endanger their quality of life and long-term health.
The Blueair Air Android App is available for free on Google Play app store. This app is very easy to install and use, the Blueair AQ Monitor rates urban air quality on a scale from zero (good) to 500 (hazardous) and is updated regularly throughout the day.
This Air Pollution Warning app is surely going to help the people in these Indian cities. We hope more Indian cities would be added soon to the list.