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About this app

The Utah Air application employs Utah Division of Air Quality's new air quality alert system that consists of action alerts, represented by three basic symbols that signify the voluntary or mandatory actions (e.g., carpooling, wood burning) the public needs to adhere to the current pollution levels, and health guidance, based on the EPA’s Air Quality Index (AQI) that helps determine how the highest pollution level of the day will affect people with various health conditions.

Utah residents can check into the app daily to know when not to use wood and coal burning stoves or fireplaces, the best times to exercise outdoors, or make one consolidated trip for errands based on current conditions and trends. The three-day forecast can help individuals plan ahead to adjust their travel plans or work schedule to avoid adding harmful emissions during winter inversions or during the summer Ozone season.
Updated on
Oct 6, 2023

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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No data collected
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Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

222 reviews
September 10, 2020
I used to love this app. Now it rarely updates and it shows Copperview twice in the feed and each has a different reading. I have uninstalled and reinstalled with no change in performance. I cannot trust the data from UtahAir so the app has become useless.
7 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
December 11, 2019
Worked good for a while. Recently it won't update. Since it only shows a 3 day window its frequently on the wrong days. When the reading is well in the good zone the forecast still shows moderate, even though the news confirms the air good. I use this so I know when I can use my wood stove, inaccurate forecast means my house stays cold for no reason.
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National Center for Automotive Sci & Tech at WSU
December 13, 2019
Hi, can you please try reinstalling the app. Please contact us at ncast@weber.edu if the issue persists.
A Google user
January 13, 2020
Trendline graphs are working again. Definitely worth an extra star. Now, if only they were readily accessible with an icon from the main screen. I never use the app without looking at them.
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What's new

Major Changes
- Updated monitoring station UI to display all pollutant data.
- Monitoring station UI now adjusts to better accommodate larger font sizes.
- Monitoring station UI now scrolls when displaying with larger font sizes.
- Temporarily disabled app widget and wear versions
- Improvements to the Favorites saving functionality.

Minor Changes
- Favorites selection page no longer groups by region.
- Removed redundant pollutant select button.
- Moved Refresh button to the drop down menu.