UCLA Health and the UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability have released an air quality app usable anywhere in the U.S. that taps into data from monitors set up nationwide and is tracked by the Environmental Protection Agency.

Users can search for air quality readings in specific cities or zip codes and receive notifications if quality levels reach unhealthy levels. The free app, called AirForU, is available for both Apple iOS and Android devices. It provides real-time updates every hour and a prediction for the next day.

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