SG Air

SG Air

By Sim Ruenn Kang

  • Category: Weather
  • Release Date: 2014-06-08
  • Current Version: 1.12
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 13.30 MB
  • Developer: Sim Ruenn Kang
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 5 Reviews)
  • Price:
SG Air App Ratings: 4
From 5 Reviews

SG Air App Description

Singapore Air quality report with 1-hr PSI/AQI, 24hr PSI/AQI, 1hr PM2.5(fine particulate matter), 24Hr PM2.5, 24Hr particulate matter (PM10), sulphur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), ozone (O3), and carbon monoxide (CO). Features: - NOTIFICATION service hourly on hazy day base on PSI/AQI > 100, Sumatra Hotspot count>120 or sub-indexes>100 - supported PSI and AQI - index value with upward or downward ARROW to indicate the haze is getting better or getting worse. - line chart in background - Haze map with wind direction, hotspots location and haze coverage (Map update on evening everyday) - Sub-indexes summary board display, easier to see the overall status. - 10 bar charts with 24hrs data including 1hr PSI/AQI, 24hr PSI/AQI, Sumatra Hotspot Count, 1hr PM2.5, 24Hr PM2.5, 24Hr PM10, 24Hr SO2, 1Hr NO2, 8Hr O3 and 8Hr CO. Notes: - 1hr PM2.5 PSI: We convert it by following formula from NEA and breakpoints of 24-hr PM2.5(ug/m3). - AQI breakpoints referred from The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) - if you encounter error on Apple Watch, please reinstall apple watch app at Watch > SG Air.

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App Reviews

  • deleted immediately

    By botaky
    please hire a proper UX designer. your user interface is visual acne. I cringed the moment I opened it. deleted immediately.
  • Awesome social enterprise

    By Benawitan
    Thanks for app when we are going through tough time like this
  • Good Snap Shot

    By Happy Oli
    This app captures the SG haze conditions in 1 screen shot and saves me the trouble to look at multiple NEA website. Also, it presents the info in a pictorial format - a pictures saves a 1,000 words. Good job!
  • Good app

    By Ipoh Man
    Im moving to Singapore soon. After having spent the last 10 years living in China, I've gotten used to checking on the air quality every day. This would be one I'll be using when I'm there.
  • Well designed app

    By Donalddragon
    All the info - region,different measures - at one glance. Even conditions in Indonesia