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 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. - Support for Apple Watch to check the pollen count on the go (including an Apple Watch complication)! - 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. States such as Alaska and Hawaii are unfortunately not supported.*
I like the app and $3 isn't too steep a price for the apple watch version, but please include a complication for the local pollen count.
Would be great if added historical pollen lookup for days that were missed in the diary. There’s days we know we had bad allergies but didn’t record, now it’s too late to see what pollen type was bad that day
Review Update: 1. Needing widget 2. Option to save locations Review 2019: The app is very intuitive and easy to use, however, there are some things that are missing that could be very beneficial for the users. 1. I will be nice to have a widget to access the pollen forecast on the fly without the need of opening the app. 2. Option to have the ability of saving locations by zip code, etc. , this option could be very useful when traveling. Also, the user should have the ability of deciding when (time) to receive daily notifications, and or filter notifications by the severity of the forecasts. In addition, app notifications are not working at this time.
This app shows the exact same pollen maps repeatedly for several days in a row before updating. I wonder if it uses history to project what the coming week or month should look like instead of using actual day to day data?
If the app had a widget that i could use on my iPad, it would be perfect.
The free version seemed to work well, and I wanted it to show up on my Apple Watch, so I purchased the “pro” version. Wish I hadn’t. Mine always shows “low” allergens, even when I’m experiencing symptoms of allergies. I finally started checking the allergen count on this app against other sources, and I found that this app is wildly inaccurate. Mine has yet to change from “low,” despite this past entire week being high in several areas. I’m connected to my home WiFi and am positive the issue is not with my phone or connection. I think this app is a rip-off, and I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone.
I used the free version for quite some time. I finally upgraded to the “pro” version to support development, etc. Works pretty much the same, with our ads, which is fine. My only ‘wishes’ are that 1) you could review a few days (maybe up to a week or 10-days?) of history, and 2) the diary had a way to review the conditions on whatever day you make an entry... or, if this does exist, I wish it were easier to figure out how to use :)
Unlike other weather apps, there are no iPhone dashboard panels or watch complications that can be added to the watch. I figured a paid app that lists WatchOS would support a widget. Nobody wants to have to search for an app and open it to access information that for allergy sufferers is crucial on a daily basis. Are these features in the works?
The app is totally broken. It thinks my location is in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. I live near Seattle. I tried to manually set my location, doesn’t work. I want my money back. I’m surprised Apple allowed this non-functioning junk in the store.
Purchased app based on screen shots. First off, it IS helpful for seeing what pollens are affecting an area during the day before going out. However, adding “journal entries” to track how you were affected by the pollens that day only gives you the ability to choose a 1 through 4 sad to happy face rating. It doesn’t keep track of the pollens that were active on that date. Tapping on older data only prompts you to change how you were feeling that day. Being in the military we move around a lot and I can’t know every seasonal pollen in the US that could possibly affect me. At least if I could add to a text box for the date I was tracking and add what the pollens were that day, so I could then go back and read it, I’d have an idea of what was bothering me. But really, what would be more ideal is clicking on old data should show me how I was feeling that day AND what the pollens were.