March 9, 2017
We’re excited to announce that Awair Glow is now available for Android users via the Awair app on Google Play. Awair Glow plugs directly into the wall, tracks your air, and can power on your devices to keep your air fresh and healthy. Glow also has an elegant night light and is the perfect addition to any room.
If you’re an Android user, you’ll now be able to:
In the app, you’ll be able to see the levels of chemicals, CO2, humidity, and temperature in your home. Glow compiles all the information about your air quality into simple graphs that are available in weekly and daily views.
Glow provides you with a real-time Air Score for the four types of air quality factors. Click on the Air Score in the app to find out what your score means and what you can do to improve your indoor environment.
Take control of your air quality by connecting your devices to Glow. In the app, you can set when you’d like Glow to activate your devices based on air quality triggers or time of day. For example, you can tell Glow to turn on your fan where there are too many chemicals in your air.
Control Glow’s light modes in the app. Glow has a night light as well as an indicator light that can instantly tell you the status of your air quality.
Android users: Glow is here to help your home become the healthiest and safest space possible. Download the app now from the Google Play store!
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