Good idea, but there are a ton of issues with the app. It always quits out whenever I click "what can I do", half the time it doesn't have the menu options in the bottom right, and when I pop up the map options to select/unselect stuff, there's no down button so the menu stays in front of the map. The smoke layer doesn't load half the time
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Agree with others about the operability of the app. Even with patience the app freezes on a Samsung Note 8 with196GB of memory with plenty to spare. It took a while for the map to render from a simple graphics file to a more detailed, realistic presentation. Could be the app itself is overloaded with program coding to be easily useful on a phone. This note is written after the September 01, 2020 update. Given the raging fires here in WA State and our local in the Seattle area, we wanted an app that provided some measure of air quality for us and our neighbors. Hopefully the authors of the app will find a resolution to the issue.
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Took over 22 minutes for it to even load "AQI" and that's with full cell signal along with running 1 gig of high speed wifi. DONT waste your time download. Also wants to play 20 questions before you even use the app. No thanks more like bloat ware.
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