My Pollen Forecast is the best app for tracking the pollen count and your allergens. With a sleek modern design, you can view hayfever forecasts for the next 2 days and keep a diary of your symptoms. By using the app you will become more prepared for any allergy or asthma difficulties you could experience. - Shows a map where you can see which areas have the highest pollen count! - 2 day pollen forecast including temperature, wind and humidity! - Use the app as a tracker for how you feel to monitor your symptoms over time. - Discover which pollens you are most allergic to by adding diary entries frequently. - Full support for the latest iPhone and iPad models. If you want the most efficient way of keeping up with pollen forecasts and counts, then My Pollen Forecast is the right app for you. This version is similar to apps such as WebMD Allergy and Pollen.com. * The app currently only supports the contiguous US and the UK. States such as Alaska and Hawaii are unfortunately not supported.*
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I’ve been using this app for about a year and it is helpful. It works smoothly and reliably. It helps track which month is your worst based on cumulative entries of how you feel each day. My main complaint wish it allowed the user to see further back into the diary history. It only allows scrolling back 20 days. Overall, a good app that does a good job and has definitely been helpful during allergy season.
Compared to my local allergies forecast and it’s not even close to accurate!
I love this app! I was getting sinus headaches randomly and finally realized they correlated with high pollen rates. Now I know when to take extra allergy medicine in preparation for this. Very useful!
Being BIG allergy sufferers, I like to track pollen count in not only my area, but in the areas where my children go to college. I can’t find anything that allows me to ‘change my locations’. I’ll update My rating if this is an option and I just couldn’t find it.
Good service the best. Thank you
Think it would be nice if the application would retain history as sometimes I want to see what the pollen count was a few days back.
I use this app all the time especially when I start sneezing. I also like using the diary to record the days I have more symptoms. It would be really nice if we could have the pollens for that day recorded as well instead of just the severity of the symptoms. I like looking back and seeing when I had symptoms but sort of a bummer when I can’t see what pollen was on that day.
Another app that doesn’t realize that people travel or move for work. Only does US and UK.