Airqmon
Airqmon
2.0.0

1.0

Airqmon free download for Mac

Airqmon2.0.0

30 December 2020

Air quality information on your menu bar.

Overview

Airqmon is a macOS menu bar application that displays live air quality data from the nearest sensor station. It can also notify you when the air quality index changes or when a new, closer station is found.

Note: While the software is classified as free, it is actually donationware. Please consider making a donation to help support development.

What's new in Airqmon

Version 2.0.0:
  • Upgrade React from 16.2 to 16.8
  • Upgrade TypeScript from 2.7.1 to 3.4.5
  • Upgrade electron from 1.8.3 to 3.1.9, the upgrade brings in newer versions of V8 and Node.js, and their corresponding bug fixes and new features
  • Allow to opt-out from analytics
  • Add support for macOS Mojave dark mode
  • Window not displayed on proper screen in certain configurations
  • Respect new location when displaying data
  • Norm values for PM contaminants were swapped
  • Notification about new station wasn't always showing
  • Add support for Airqmon GraphQL API as a data backend
  • Register and use Airqmon's FQDN for API
  • Add support for Airly API v2
  • Remove private Airly API key
  • Rework data layer - enable support for more data providers in future
  • Remove integration with macOS CoreLocation
  • Use new, more accurate geolocation based on WiFi networks with a fallback to IP-based
  • Refresh data after screen is unlocked
  • Better error handling, recovery and request retries
  • Refactor main and preferences windows, cleanup, fixes and update styles
  • Refactor and cleanup components, use context providers and hooks

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How would you rate Airqmon app?

1 Reviews of Airqmon

1
Dorkypants
30 December 2020
Version: 2.0.0

Most helpful

Not useful in the US. The supported sensors are Airly, which has installation in a handful of EU countries.
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Dorkypants
30 December 2020
Version: 2.0.0
Not useful in the US. The supported sensors are Airly, which has installation in a handful of EU countries.
(0)