My Pollen Forecast Pro is the best app for tracking the pollen count and your allergens. With a sleek modern design, you can view hayfever forecasts for up to 5 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! - Several 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. - Support for Apple Watch to check the pollen count on the go! - No advertisements. If you want the most efficient way of keeping up with pollen forecasts and counts, then My Pollen Forecast Pro 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. Alaska, Hawaii and other countries may be added in the future. *
What’s the difference, really? It’s not particularly special in any “ooh, lemme pay for that!” aspect. I had d/L the free version first. Simple enough, but has a Google bar on the bottom of the map screen. It’s very banner-advertising-esque. Unappealing to me, so I figured I could pay to have it go away, like ads. Nope! So far, I can’t find any difference between the paid version and the free version. What’d I pay $2.99 for, exactly? *waits patiently*
Nice app. Visually very clean. And provides necessary data in app. But for the Pro version, I'd really like to see more push notification capabilities. Allow me to receive alerts based on what I want to see, such as >medium pollen count for the current day, for tomorrow, at the time I want to receive them (morning, etc).
Overall, I find this app to be the best pollen tracking app. However, as someone who actually pays specific attention to the numerical pollen count, I’d love to see this added to the app ... in general, a “high pollen count” means nothing. Because a high count in WA state is 100pcm, whereas a high count in GA is 6000+pcm. Why does this matter? Because I use it to determine whether I can open my windows.
This app has a nice and clean look. The forecasts are nice. Historical data would be handy to lookup for reference. But more importantly a Watch complication would be amazing so the data can be viewed at a glance in the mornings.
I would like color explaining for, "very hi, hi, moderate,low and none". This would clarify on the map better.
Great iPhone app that’s easy to use with a good UI (and much better than the other popular pollen tracking app). The map is fantastic for travelers especially. However, I’m bummed that there isn’t a complication for Apple Watch, at least not one that I can find. Something that would show the current pollen count or level. Above and beyond would be infograph complication support to show the current and forecast counts (like weather). That would make it above and beyond the best pollen app out there.
So I have been looking for a great allergy and pollen app for a while, and came across this app I was blown away. Great design, great user experience, great information! Love the journal, it’s super easy. I think this is probably the best pollen tracking app out there. Thanks for making it!
App does not give pollen count or a key to map... have no idea what colors mean! No sound alerts! Don’t like this and I paid for the app
I really like how simple the app is. No fluff needed. I would like to see a widget on my iPhone so it makes it that much easier to use the app.
I’d love to see settings for notifications by pollen type. Also, please add support for the Infograph watch complications.