Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. It is available on both the Apple Store and Play Store.

Yes, uHoo works on the iPad as well. Please adjust the filter of your iPad App Store to include iPhone apps. Once the filter is adjusted, you would see the uHoo app when you search for it.

uHoo comes with a free app, which is available for both iOS and Android devices. Once you’ve setup uHoo, you would be able to see your air data on the mobile app.

You will get a real-time notification from the app when the air quality is above normal and safe levels. You can also see it on the app’s dashboard at any time. When all nine sensors are green, it means that the air quality is within safe levels and you have nothing to worry about. When it turns yellow, it means that the air quality is above normal levels and you need to be cautious. When it turns red, it is considered unsafe and unhealthy and you must take immediate action to bring it to normal levels.

Green means that the air quality is in the ideal range. You’re doing a great job in keeping the air quality in your home safe and clean. You basically have nothing to worry about!

Yellow means that the air quality is slightly lower or higher than the ideal range. You don’t have to be alarmed, but it would be great if you could take action to prevent it from turning red.

Red means that the air quality is unsafe and unhealthy. You need to take immediate action.

Yes, you can as long as your uHoo monitor is turned on and connected to your home WiFi network.

The uHoo app would be able to tell exactly which air parameter is unhealthy so you can narrow down what the causes could be. The app would also give you alerts and ideas on what the possible cause is together with possible solutions. The app can only tell you the possible reasons, based on what uHoo detects. To determine what the exact source is, you would still need to conduct your own investigation.

Yes, your historical data is recorded and you would be able to see charts on how your air has changed over time. You can view it by minute, in hourly averages and daily maximum and minimum.

The lines indicate the lowest and highest readings for that day. The space between those two charts is where your air quality stood during that particular day.

Yes, the app will give you some possible solutions to fix your air depending on what uHoo has detected.

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