Blueair Launches Air Pollution Warning App on Android
Blueair, which makes the world’s most efficient indoor air purifiers, today released the Android version of its air pollution warning App, giving citizens living in India’s most polluted cities a means to avoid health threatening airborne dust and fumes.
Gathering real-time air pollution information from a host of monitoring stations in India cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai and Kolkata, the Blueair Air Quality App delivers it directly to Android mobile devices.
“The Blueair air pollution App provides Indian smar tphone users an early warning system that gives them the opportunity to take precautions against heavily polluted air,” said Vijay Kannan, head of Blueair India.
Noting that 90 per cent of smartphones sold in India are powered by Google’s Android system, Mr. Kannan said 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.
The Blueair Air Quality Monitor provides hourly updates about street level air pollution in key cities around India to help people enhance 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. 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.