Airquality in Europe is a Smartphone application that shows you the Airquality in 100 major european cities. Paris, London, Berlin, Bruxel, Amsterdam, Rome…
The application provides you with the current airquality in the city, the airquality of yesterday as well as a forecast for tomorrow.
• Air quality in major european cities
• Common european index
• Airquality of the day is updated hourly
• Tomorrow forecast
• Easy color code
• European project
The project has been co-founded by the European Union's INTERREG IIIC and IVC Programme as an obligation under the EU Framework Directive on air quality. Started in 2004, CITEAIR supports European cities and regions in their efforts to meet limit values and improve the air quality for their citizens.
For more information, please visit our website at www.airqualitynow.eu
If you have any questions, suggestions or encounter problems, please contact us at contact[at]airqualitynow.eu
China AQI is a free mobile App to inquire the current air pollution index of various cities in China.
- Support Chinese and American Air Quality Evaluation Criteria.
- The AQI data comes from the Ministry of Environmental Protection of China, which are collected from 190 cities and 945 monitoring points.
- Optimized data connection.
- User can use the Chinese interface in a non-Chinese systems
- Supports Chinese, English, German und Japanese.
MyAQI can only provide data where your local or state air quality agency subscribes to Agilaire's MyAQI data host. If you cannot get data for your location, contact your local air quality monitor agency or health department and ask if they subscribe to Agilaire's MyAQI data hosting.
The app will allow users to get location-specific reports on current air quality and air quality forecasts for both ozone and fine particle pollution (PM2.5). Air quality maps from the AIRNow website provide visual depictions of current and forecast air quality nationwide, and a page on air quality-related health effects explains what actions people can take to protect their health at different AQI levels, such as “code orange.”