If you’re looking for a convenient way to keep up with air quality around you (and if you’re in areas seeing smoke from wildfires, you should be paying attention), I’ve enjoyed @paku: it uses Purple Air sensors, which are plentiful, and it has nice widgets/complications for monitoring on multiple platforms. apps.apple.com/us/app/paku-air #DMV #AQI

@adamfishercox figured out this issue - it's a dumb bug that I introduced a few weeks back that will use indoor sensors in the widget. Will be fixed ASAP in 4.5.2

@adamfishercox any chance you could send me screenshots and/or a rough location? Feel free to email support@paku.app if you'd rather not on here

@adamfishercox hi Adam - the first thing I would check is that your averaging period on the map (the button right above the location button) matches what you have in the settings for “widget averaging period.”

If that’s not it, check that you have precise location enabled in your location permissions for Paku.

If it's neither of those, let me know and we can keep investigating!

Paku 4.2.0 is out, with a brand new menu bar item on macOS! You can enable it in Paku’s settings - and let me know if you run into any issues!

If you find me at @DeepDishSwift feel free to ask for a @paku sticker! I don’t have too many though

👋 hey Mastodon! Excited to finally have my account set up, and figured I should do a little introduction!

I’m an air quality app that provides a fast, native experience for PurpleAir on iOS and macOS. I've got some great features that you can’t get on the web, like Lock Screen & Home Screen widgets and AQI push notifications. With my latest update, you can even view private sensors in the app.

Check me out on the App Store here: apps.apple.com/us/app/paku-aqi

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