What’s air quality like today? Is it the best time to go for a run? When should I go for a walk in the park with my children?
Air Report Global gives you real time pollution levels in your area, and forecasts of how air quality will evolve hour by hour over the next 24 hours—just like a weather forecast.
Our environmental AI gives you customized recommendations on the best time to do your favorite activity without getting overexposed to pollution.
We bring you air quality insights you can act on—73% of our surveyed users say our app helped them make changes in their daily habits to breathe cleaner air.
And now the app works everywhere! After 18 months of hard work, our team of data and atmospheric scientists has built a worldwide air quality forecasting model that uses satellite data to cover air quality in all of the world’s urban areas.
*Global coverage* Know what you breathe, wherever you are. Every urban area on the planet is now covered by real-time air quality data—as well as forecasts for the coming 24 hours.
*Fluid timeline* Slide along the timeline to see historical data. Pinch the screen to change timescales and reveal month by month air quality tracking.
*Detailed data* Tap the Plume cloud to expand the compass and get pollutant by pollutant breakdowns. Use our new Confidence Index to quickly confirm the accuracy of our modelling.
*Easily compare air quality worldwide* Swipe between cities to easily compare air quality. Our universal Plume Index means you'll quickly see how the air measures up. Prefer your measurements in µg/m3 or a local AQI air quality index? Easily adjust your settings in-app.
*Get the info you need* We've revamped our in-app FAQ and blog to make sure you can get the info you need to understand air quality around you and improve what you breathe.
*UX/UI overhaul* Our design team brought their A game to tweak the app's visuals and streamline user experience.
OUR USERS LOVE IT!
Awesome app! A must have if you care about your health and city.
Great app one of a kind. Air quality monitoring app in a class of its own
Awesome useful application. And easy to use also.
It helps a lot to know when pollution is high. I always have medical breathing issues that I need to be careful of. Thanks for the help!
Top Notch App! This is really a great app if you or a loved one has respiratory issues or you are just interested in tracking air pollution. There are many features and a lot of ways to look at various pollutants in many major international population areas. I love the various history graphs showing short, medium, and long range views.
AIR REPORT IN THE PRESS
HuffingtonPost: “Beat the pollution with the Plume Air app.”
Evening Standard: “Pollution app tells you when it's 'safest' to go outside.”
TechCrunch: “A pragmatical approach to air pollution. Strikes the right balance between providing insightful information about air pollution and not being too complicated.”
VentureBeat: “With air pollution app, Plume Labs wants to prove that big data and open government can save lives.”
Minor bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Watch real time pollution levels in your area.
Could be great...
IPhone app works good, except that if you take a look in future time and then want to refresh the app to the time you are in you need to force quit the app and open it again.
Then there is the problem with the Apple Watch app... At least used to kind of work before and get some information from the iPhone app, although it never actually worked while I was exercising on LTE data by its own. And now it just simply says that I have to sign in on my iPhone where I'm already signed in.
And then there is the Flow product that I would love to buy and contribute to the cause but they don't send it to Mexico.
Daily numbers bear no resemblance to other services or even EPA
I can certainly see the merits of the app but at least where I live there are better options. In El Paso the daily numbers are grossly inaccurate compared to every other service. They all cluster within the same range and Plume is laughably higher. They are so far off, you would think Plume set up air quality monitoring equipment on Interstate 10 at rush-hour or at the bottom of an active gravel pit.Today would be a good example. Having checked various apps and services and EPA data, air quality in the vicinity is moderate to good. According to Plume, it is very poor. Either everyone else is wrong (including my view out the window) or Plume needs to take a close look at its data sources.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.