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The air quality provider of Apple Weather.
Reduce your exposure to bad air quality & pollen with BreezoMeter’s award-winning, top-rated air quality, pollen and weather app. We use machine learning and artificial intelligence to provide the most accurate real-time, street-level air quality & pollen data.

Protect your family with our personalized, user-friendly air quality based health recommendations, plan your day with 5 hours forecast or check the real-time global air quality map. You can also see your local air quality index (available in 94 countries) and learn what pollutants you are breathing, their sources and effects.

Our main features:

• Real-time air quality maps - see how outdoor air quality looks like at street, block or country level.
• Daily information for multiple types of pollen from trees, grass and weed.
• Daily weather forecast.
• Actionable, personalized health recommendations - know what you should do— whether you’re at home, looking for an exercise route, planning a trip or watching the kids.
• Notifications for changes in outdoor air quality - save your favorite locations and track their air quality 24/7.

Use BreezoMeter to track the ambient air quality around you and to minimize your exposure to outdoor air pollution. See the ambient air quality at the kids' kindergarten, plan the healthiest exercise route and make informed decisions about everyday life.

- Recommended by physicians for asthma, lung and heart patients.
- Must have for parents of small children and infants.
- Great solution for athletes, runners, cyclists and anyone doing outdoor sports activities.

Under the Hood

BreezoMeter’s secret sauce lies in the technology that utilizes big data infrastructure to continuously gather air quality, pollen and weather measurements from literally thousands of sources, among them more than 7000 official air quality monitoring stations worldwide.

By using proprietary dispersion algorithms that calculate air quality in more than 300 million geographical data points every hour, we are able to understand how air quality moves and disperse. Therefore providing highly accurate ambient air quality data in real-time and at the highest resolution, alongside actionable insights.

App permissions information:

Location Permissions (user can choose not to approve location permissions):

While the app is in use (foreground) - This app collects location data to show you the air quality and pollen data at your location and to enable personal exposure to air quality, as long as the app is in use.

While the app is in the background - This app collects location data to enable air quality notifications and personal exposure to air quality, even when the app is closed or not in use.

Write to external storage: Only for saving your favorite places so you could get notifications on air quality changes.

We use Flurry for usage analytics.
Data collected by Flurry includes:
Device ID
Product Interaction
Other Usage Data

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What’s New

Version 4.0.2

4.0.2 is here with some great updates!

- New languages are now supported: Hindi, Malay, and Japanese

- When measuring air quality based on the metrics provided by the country of your chosen location (also known as LAQI), the air quality map tiles will be colored by the chosen location's LAQI colors (Currently supported only for LAQIs of several countries)

What do you think about the new updates?
Please give us feedback via this email: support@breezometer.com

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
7.3K Ratings

7.3K Ratings

WillyB_CO ,

Super Helpful // A Daily App

Huge fan of this app. My wife and I are both outdoorsy people, often running or biking daily and camping on the weekends. This app has given us a tool to make better decisions on whether we should exercising inside or out, and what areas of our home state of Colorado have the best air quality when making weekend travel plans.

Laszlo Panaflex ,

Highly questionable data

UPDATE: still dangerously inaccurate readings. We are adjacent to several wildfires and air quality is bad with a strong smoky odor and visible soot blocking the sun. AirNow, PurpleAir, and the county’s AQ monitoring agency are all saying the air is hazardous and not to go outside at all. The local authorities are saying not to be outside for more than a minute without a respirator. Meanwhile, Breezometer is is displaying a “green” status and telling me the air in my area is “Good” (67).

This is extremely dangerous and irresponsible. Users’ health could be put at risk by Breezeometer’s bad data. I’m going to have to uninstall and update my rating to 1 star.
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I want to like this app, but the data sources for its air quality readings do not seem to be very accurate. It is literally raining ashes outside right now, yet but the app says my area’s air quality as “moderate (55)”. All the other AQ readings (AirNow, Purple Air, BAAQMD, etc.) show the air as hazardous.

Also, it drives me nuts when the Breezometer app alerts me of an active fire just 4 miles away, but when I tap the “Learn More” button, nothin happens. This app needs a lot of work, IMO.

Petey55505 ,

Neet app - but not really accurate

This is a very nice app. Easy to use and very understandable! However, I want people to know this app may not display the most accurate air quality data (although is probably close enough for some personal decisions on outdoor activities) If your health depends on it, then you need to use the EPA's website - do not use this app!!

Just read what the license agreement says: "information may appear in a delay and/or may be partial or inaccurate, and therefore we cannot and do not warrant that the content available on the App is accurate, complete, reliable, current, or error-free."...

App Privacy

The developer, BreezoMeter, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Location

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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