Everyone today is speaking about the increasing air pollution in Delhi. The capital is choking, and your smartphone can help your control the rising pollution allowing you to know the reason behind the miserable condition and ways to control the situation in order to live a healthy life.
Air pollution is rising at a massive rate in India, and almost choking us to death. However, here comes our smartphones as saviours.
Yes, one can actually control air pollution in your neighborhood via your smartphone. So, buying expensive air purifiers to cut down on the increasing level of air pollution is no more required as you can simply download these free apps that will allow you to control the polluted air around you.
Hawa Badlo App
The Supreme Court of India has recently introduced a mobile app called Hawa Badlo Android and iOS app, meaning change the air to control pollution in the capital.
The app reports about incidents of leaf and garbage burning, building and construction dust, and unpaved road dust, and also assigns municipal corporation's officials through geo-tagging records in the complaint to control the situation.
Happy Lungs App
This app is available for both Android and iOS mobile phones, and creates awareness about the reasons for increasing pollution in their locality. Happy lungs, as the name suggests, provides the real-time status of pollutants and air quality, a global comparison of air quality and carbon footprint, and also the ways to improve the environment.
Clean Air Nation App
The Clean Air Nation App is available on both Android and iPhone, which alerts the user about the quality of air they are breathing in real-time. After which, this app shows the precautions to be taken based on the air quality based to protect your health.
Air Quality: Real Time AQI App
This air pollution app is available for both Android and iOS users. The Air Quality app displays the real-time Air Quality Index (AQI) of your country every hour.
Air Quality India App
Air Quality India app provides the users with real-time air quality data from all across India. The app shows the humidity and temperature of the atmosphere, and also suggests ways combat the pollution.