Only app that talks about dust ... And the journal option is great too. I would love to see a 'causes of dust' in the app. For example, last year in my area we were dealing with volcanic debris...! I live nowhere near a volcano, but the winds carried it far enough. Knowing something like that helps me understand how long conditions will last.
Particle counts could be much better The pollen particle count feature isn't particularly accurate or helpful for San Francisco. Since my sensitivities are severe I have to track a lot of this on another pollen count app. (Why are there not more in English???) The diary, symptom tracker, and meds tracker are awesome features - if the pollen count/air quality check improved this would be the BEST allergy tracking app.
Not quite accurate It's ok for a quick check but I really wonder where they get their data. Also it doesn't tell you what kind of pollen there is, like what species. After having used this for half a year, I prefer the AAAAI website.
Not very accurate Our local pollen count (mountain cedar) is over 28,000, and has been extreme all week. This app says it's only moderate! I also think this app should give the actual pollen count, and cite the source. Without those features, I can't consider this a serious allergen tracking app, but just a vehicle for advertising.
PLEASE FIX!!!! This used to be my favorite app because it lists indoor as well as outdoor allergies. However, the source they get their info from (AccuWeather) has not been correct for months. I keep checking back every month or so hoping that they've fixed it, but they haven't. I've really missed this app. Please fix!
Changed from 4* to 3* Have been using app regularly. 1.) Have set up for specific allergy notifications. Doesn't notify. 2.) Length & color of bars supposed to represent strength of allergen "at a glance". Sometimes, shorter bar has higher # than longer bar. Hope WebMD fixes both. Could be great App if not for those 2 issues.
- New Allergy level widget available - now easily check local allergy levels by adding widget on home screen
- Various performance enhancements and defect fixes
- New Symptom Checker Allergy map – see how WebMD Symptom Checker users are reporting seasonal allergy symptoms in your area
- New home screen timeline added with Allergy library articles and tips
- Get push notifications when allergy levels are high in your area
- Various bug fixes and performance enhancements
Helping you answer the question "Do I need to see the doctor?"