The Awair Home app works alongside Awair air quality monitors to provide you with real-time insight into your home’s air quality. Use this app to track changes in your environment, identify trends, and browse tips to improve the health of your space.
Working WiFi connection: 802.11 b/g/n @ 2.4 GHz
iPhone iOS 8 or later
iOS 14 widgets are now available!
- Add Awair widgets to your Home Screen and get a quick glance at your Awair Score or Indoor air factors.
- fixed temperature unit changing back to celsius
- fixed widget colorsets
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Decent app but could be improved
This app does the job well, however I'd like to mention that the humidity indicator made me buy a dehumidifier first and then a humidifier, since every other bar for Awair Glow C is "the more the worse". Turned out that humidity must be between 40 and 60 per cent, and mine was too low instead of being too high. Not a big deal, but a good example of how bad UI/UX decisions can cost users money.
Aside from that I'd improve navigation for historical data, it's often not easy to understand where on the timeline you are.
Learned Important data affecting my health
The Awair device and app are fantastic. I’ve had it for a few weeks now and it’s helped me uncover that my bedroom CO2 levels were getting too high at night. I’ve been sleeping better since learning to leave the door open. Last night with the cold weather I broke out the humidifier and I discovered that my humidifier was spewing huge amounts of dust (pm) in the air and needed more thorough cleaning. The app made it easy to see the correlation between humidity and the PM increase.
Thank you Awair team! It’s still early days in market for these kinds of home air sensors and I’m excited for what you do from here.
One more thing, if anyone is shopping around ... I previously had tried Flow from PlumeLabs but the app and overall setup was too frustrating so I returned it. The Awair is much better user experience. Unless you really need a portable sensor like the Flow, stick with the Awair. It’s also not as big as it looks on the web site and it’s as stylish as you could imagine for an air sensor ;)
Peace of mind when working from home
Now that I'm working from home full time like many of us, I was concerned about the air quality in my home office. This device helped me to immediately diagnose the issues with my air quality and I've seen the immediate results of taking steps to improve it (cracking open a window when CO2 is too high, getting a humidifier to combat the dry desert climate, etc).
The device looks great and the display on the device itself is pretty easy to understand once you get used to what each of the bars means. I also like how the display can be adjusted to show any of the metrics individually or can be used as a simple clock if desired. I also appreciate the light level adjustment and the sleep mode which would come in handy if using the device in a bedroom.
Additionally, I've found the mobile software to be top notch. I like being able to track trends over time and see the impact of my actions in graph form. Unlike others here I personally haven't had any issues keeping it connected to WiFi, though I understand that would be frustrating.
All in all, if you're spending more time at home lately and are concerned about your air quality, I'd highly recommend this!
- Bitfinder, Inc.
- 237.3 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Japanese, Korean
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.