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Local Haze users can now subscribe to receive notifications for significant air quality changes

January 3, 2022


New subscription feature available in Local Haze release 2.1 available now

Toronto, Canada, and Tampa, FL, USA – Announcing an exciting new update to Local Haze, the iPhone app that crowdsources and delivers outdoor air quality data to your iPhone. Notifications for specific sensors can now be set enabled and sent to your device when air quality readings change. Release 2.1 of Local Haze is available now on the App Store, with the notifications feature available by subscription.

“Local Haze users want the ability to set notifications for specific air quality sensors,” says Local Haze product manager Karen Donoghue. “They want to be notified about significant air quality changes for locations in which they are interested.” 

Local Haze monitors just under 30,000 air quality sensors over six continents, reporting air quality data from various sensors, including PurpleAir, Sensor.Community, uRADMonitor, AirNow and the U.S. Department of State. Local Haze displays the EPA’s Air Quality Index (AQI) and a confidence rating for each sensor reading. The confidence rating is a feature that is unique to Local Haze and depends on many factors, including sensor maintenance and data freshness.

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Contact Information

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For more info on Local Haze visit the Local Haze website.
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About Local Haze

Local Haze is a free iPhone app developed by HumanLogic that crowdsources and delivers outdoor air quality data.  Local Haze is the third mobile app that HumanLogic has launched, including SD Insight for Android, an app that has been downloaded over a million times and has maintained a rating of over four stars.