IF you love your Pro, THEN get even more features with IFTTT

IF you love your Pro, THEN get even more features with IFTTT

Managing air quality with your AirVisual Pro is now easier than ever. Our newly launched IQAir AirVisual IFTTT platform allows you to automate your home by connecting measured air quality readings from your Pro to actions on your favorite apps and home devices (with no technical know-how required!)

BlogSeptember 26, 2018AirVisual
Summer related air pollution may be affecting your health, without you knowing
BlogJuly 25, 2018Emily W.

Summer related air pollution may be affecting your health, without you knowing

Increased outdoor activity and heat-induced air pollution in the Summer can make for heightened health risks. Learn which invisible pollutants are at play this season, and how to reduce your risk of exposure.

Join the movement for a cleaner planet!  Become a public air pollution data contributor today
BlogApril 21, 2018Chloe Parkin

Join the movement for a cleaner planet! Become a public air pollution data contributor today

IQAir AirVisual's crowdsourced monitoring network has achieved some incredible victories in exposing air pollution in new communities around the world the past year, including new nations such as Nigeria, Pakistan, Italy, Philippines, Saudi Arabia and beyond. But the journey's not over yet! See how you can add your community to the map

This Earth Day, unite in making air pollution visible! #OurEarthOurAir
BlogApril 20, 2018AirVisual

This Earth Day, unite in making air pollution visible! #OurEarthOurAir

Our Earth suffers the same pollution we do. This Earth Day, Sunday April 22nd, join us in promoting air pollution awareness by “sharing your air.”

Revealing the Invisible: Unioil in the Philippines
BlogJanuary 23, 2018AirVisual

Revealing the Invisible: Unioil in the Philippines

Philippines-based petroleum company, Unioil, may seem, on the surface, an unlikely supplier of the largest air quality monitoring network in the Philippines, but their unique position is helping to promote cleaner air and behavior changes across the country by tackling one of the primary sources: vehicular emissions.

Decades later, airborne asbestos remains a public health hazard - here’s who's affected the most
BlogDecember 21, 2017Rosie Rosati

Decades later, airborne asbestos remains a public health hazard - here’s who's affected the most

Nearly 40 years have passed since asbestos was identified as a lethal contaminant, yet historic widespread use of the mineral continues to haunt millions today, particularly from occupational exposure. AirVisual highlights the industries most affected, and what can be done to safeguard against the deadly toxin.

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