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  • HAPPY LUNGS

    HAPPY LUNGS

    This app helps create awareness with a simple user interface specially designed to track the change of all the initiatives that have been introduced in India to tackle the pollution menace. It provides real time status of pollutants and advisory on planning your day, customized carbon footprint and suggestion to improve, global comparison of air quality and carbon footprint as well as ways to improve lifestyle.

  • The Clean Air Nation

    The Clean Air Nation

    This mobile application informs you about what you breathe so that you can take precautions based on real-time air quality of your location to protect your health. Using this app, you can also request the government to install air monitoring station’s near to you.

  • Air Alert

    Air Alert

    This app allows you to track air pollution in your city and take informed actions to avoid airborne pollution that may impact your quality of life or cause severe adverse health effects. Designed for intuitive use, AirAlert rates urban air quality in accordance to the Air Quality Index on a scale of 0 (good) to 500 (hazardous). The air quality data is sourced from Environmental Information System (ENVIS) of the Central Pollution Control Board, India.

  • Airveda

    Airveda

    This app shows data from different air quality stations installed across the country to help you track outdoor air quality in your city. It offers a portable, affordable, and accurate air quality monitor measuring PM2.5 and PM10 designed and manufactured in India. The app connects to the Airveda monitor and helps you know and manage the quality of air you are breathing. It also tells you about what hazardous areas you need to avoid in your city or places you to travel to.

  • Air Bubbles

    Air Bubbles

    This app shows you a map of how healthy or dangerous the air is around you and alerts you when the air quality is getting worse using colorful bubbles that represent air pollution levels. You also get push notifications when the air quality around you is getting significantly worse.

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