• Inhale is an Air Quality Monitor for your Mac, unlike the early days, were we check weather information to make sure that we carry an umbrella or a sunscreen. Today unfortunately we had to add another element to our checklist, The quality of air that we’re breathing.

• Air Quality plays a very critical role in our health, frequent exposure to polluted air increases the risk of health issues. In order to avoid these sort of exposure to polluted air, you need an Air Quality Monitor, Inhale is an Air Quality Monitor which gives you your current AQI and advice based on the values. Inhale gets to know your location by two different ways, one is by the GPS data from your phone and another is by the IP address geolocation for redundant results and ease of use.

• Inhale shows the location on map with a circle indicating the intensity and the proximity of the Air Quality data.

• Inhale can also be use to search AQI for places other than you current location. You can simply long press on the app icon to quickly get the AQI of your current location.

• Inhale clearly delivers the air quality data using native UIKit for macOS frameworks and UI elements and feels natural to use, and looks great in both dark mode and light mode as shown in one of the screenshots.

• Inhale does not store or get to read user location based on both GPS nor IP.

• Please make sure to enable location services.




• App icon derived form the work of (macrovector /
• Weather and AQI provided by
• Mac, and UIKit for macOS are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.

Disclaimer: Inhale Air Quality Data doesn’t guarantee the accuracy of the data. The advise provided are generic and not 100% accurate.

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

Btthus ,


Just wish it would list the number on the top toolbar

Developer Response ,

Thank you. I'll add your suggestion to our feature request :)


Not at all precise, nor does it want to be

Only seems to use your internet "location" based on your ISP (I'm assuming here, but the result is the same) which can be miles and miles away from your actual location, with no facility to manually correct the error. So pointless, and I'm uninstalling.

App Privacy

The developer, Hariharan Murugesan, 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 Not Linked to You

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

  • Location

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  • Family Sharing

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

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