Allergy Pollen Count reports pollen and mold counts based on actual air
sampling. These are done by Pollen Certified Counters of the National Allergy
Bureau ( Part of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology). In
addition, the app provides continuously updated, Allergy relate...
Was a 5 star app, now it’s too general
This app used to give great details about what was in the air, breaking it down by tree or weed. (Oak Pine Mulberry very high, hickory occasional, etc). Now it just tells me that trees are high without specifying which types. Not good enough. I’m really really sensitive to a couple trees and have no problem with the rest. If it doesn’t say what’s in the air, it’s not telling me anything. UPDATE - ok Update May 14, my wife was complaining to me about this on Sunday. And I couldn’t remember how to do it. I told her I would go check my review to get the instructions. Why should I click on a video button, then F? Why not just put the most valuable info that comes in the notification right on the main screen?
Update for iOS 11 doesn’t work
My go to app for allergen counts. However the latest update for the horrible iOS 11 has rendered the app useless. It no longer opens. *edit* Ok so the app opens fine but it doesn’t show any recent allergen counts. Last pollen count was October 26. Everyday. A month without being able to see allergen levels? Sorry but I have to delete the app now. I’m sorry iOS 11 has ruined so many great apps. It’s certainly ruined my first iExperience...
Such a helpful shortcut
It's great to know what the pollen levels are so we know when to keep allergy meds in stock. I love that I can check office hours and call right from here. The next best thing would be a messaging system so we can send our CNP or Dr a message or request instead of waiting for the telephone funnel. Thanks!
... to see what is in the air RIGHT NOW. There is no warning feature or predictions like 'Ragweed will be high over the next few day' which would be incredibly useful. In short, if you want to know what sort of airborne ugliness is making your allergies spike off the charts, this app will tell you!
2nd nearest location alerts
I am unable to get rid of the 2nd nearest location on the Home page. That means I am getting alerts for that location which I do not want. Any suggestions?
Love this app! Sends info specific to my area and known allergens for that day. Thats more than the other apps do. I've also used this app for educating myself on my sensitivities. I thank the team that makes this possible!
Very reliable for allergens
This app is way more accurate than others I've used and correlates extremely well between what's "in the air" and how I feel for my known allergens. It helps me to plan outdoor activities.
Okay if you live in Ohio
I live in California. Allergy season runs year round here. This app is specific to Ohio which is a severe limitation. The data feed if you look carefully is in part from California, but some is from Ohio. This can be confusing and misleading. My asthma has been bad since we had our last heat wave and the fires and smoke only aggravated it. Humidity is high right now and I am experiencing mild symptoms. However, mold count data from Ohio is not relevant!
Great if you live in Ohio
I thought this would be great because it uses national stations that supposedly report air samples. The 2 WI locations are over 100 miles from where I live and haven’t submitted samples since August 1st...today is September 14th. I was looking forward to something more detailed and accurate...right now the two apps I have offer conflicting data.
The instructional video shows there should be 4 tabs across the top on the home screen. I have none. Even the data I see on my home page is much less detailed than shown in the video. Has the app been changed (in which case, it isn’t as good), or is it not working properly?
Great Allergy Info For Ohio Residents!!
Thanks Dr. Safadi for making this app possible as part of your allergy and asthma practice! All of your patients as well as residents of Northwest and Central Ohio love knowing the exact pollen count and species of the day!!
Info at your fingertip
This app is very informative and helps my family plan for outdoor activities as well as keep us organized for appt. love it!!
I’m was happy with this app as I used it regularly for checking the molds but now it won’t update. It’s stuck on Aug 7 and it’s Aug 31. I removed it and redownloaded it but that didn’t help. I’ll have to find another one I guess.
Useless unless you live in Ohio. Developers, please change the title, very misleading and a waste of time as I tried to find a setting to change location. ....update! Thank you for fixing so it's now more than just Ohio! :-)
Great little App
Great little App. Gets you the allergen information you need when and where you need it!
Yes. Allergy Pollen Count is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 243 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 3.9/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Allergy Pollen Count Is 60.6/100.
Yes. Allergy Pollen Count is a totally legit app. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 243 Allergy Pollen Count User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for Allergy Pollen Count Is 60.6/100.
Allergy Pollen Count works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
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