AQI India Launches a Mobile App to Help Users Track Air Pollution Levels

AQI India, an inception of Purelogic Labs India Pvt. Ltd has launched a new mobile app that will enable users to search and explore the location of their choice and check real-time values of the air quality index (AQI) and PM 2.5 separately. Based on the data at a specific location, the app will also provide personalized health recommendations.

With over 92% of Indian population reeling under the perils of air pollution, it has become imperative to identify and mitigate the root causes of this rising health emergency. AQI India, through its intelligent algorithms and high precision pollution detection sensors, captures every minuscule air particle to publish highly accurate readings. One can easily download the AQI India App from the Google App Store.

The mobile app lets users view various parameters contributing to the real-time AQI values in major states and cities of the country. They can even compare the data and understand these values in the time frame of 24 hours, 7 days and a month. The idea is to enable them to become aware of the air quality at various places and minimize exposure to pollution.

Talking about the platform, Mr. RohitBansal, Founder of AQI India & Purelogic Labs India Pvt Ltd, says, “AQI India’s vision is to provide better air quality solutions and healthy life to everyone. It is towards this that we launched a mobile app that will enable people to track pollution levels wherever they wish to travel and take adequate precautions – especially if they have elderly, children, or someone with a medical condition at home. We believe that small steps can make a huge impact and the AQI App will help us achieve this and more.”

With the AQI India app, parents can now plan their outdoor activities and vacations in advance keeping their children’s health at the forefront.  Apart from this, it will be highly beneficial to sportspersons and athletes, as also the elderly and those suffering from various health conditions including respiratory issues.

Air pollution is one of the most alarming issues that we have been fighting against for almost a decade now. We have come down to a state where we are pushing ourselves into a disease-prone environment and our future generations into a bumbling mess with unimaginable consequences. AQI India already has over 300 outdoor pollution monitors installed in various locations in the country.

@Technuter.com News Service

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