BreezoMeter provides users accurate and actionable air quality data, so people make informed decisions on their well-being.
By providing accurate air quality data and analysis to a wider public, BreezoMeter is helping people to make more informed decisions about their health. There are increasing evidence that climate change is rising pollen and pollution levels. The app can help consumers be aware of air pollution and pollen levels, as a result, help them limit their exposure to bad air quality for better well-being. BreezoMeter is now available in 92 countries.
BreezoMeter's story begins in 2012, when the founders were looking for new houses. They wanted to find houses in areas where air pollution was low and air quality was safe due to family health sensitivities. As environmental engineers, they saw the need for an accurate data on air quality at the street level and to provide such service to wider public.