New UCLA-Developed Mobile App Notifies Users of Unhealthy Air Quality in Real Time
A newly released air quality mobile application developed by UCLA Health and the UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability uses real-time data from monitors across the country. The no-cost app -- called AirForU -- enables users to find air quality readings based on city or ZIP code, as well as sign up for notifications for when air quality is at unhealthy levels. The app is available on Apple iOS and Android mobile devices.
- "UCLA Air Quality App Joins Growing Field" (Goth, Health Data Management, 11/6).