World Air Quality Index
isulnara
4.0
It tells the air quality index(AQI) around you. The Air Quality Indexes are based on PM2.5, PM10, Ozone, NO2, SO2 and CO hourly measurements. The table below defines the Air Quality Index scale as defined by the US-EPA 2016 standard. 0~50: Good 51~100: Moderate 101~150: Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups 151 ~ 200: Unhealthy 201 ~ 300: Very Unhealthy 301 ~ : Hazardous Air Quality Data is provided by the World Air Quality Index (AQI) Project. To know more about Air Quality Index, check the following site. http://aqicn.org/
UV Meter
1.9
UV Meter will provide you real time UV index ratings for major cities. Check your city’s UV index here daily, and take the proper precautions to protect yourself and your family when you’re outdoors. Prolonged human exposure to solar UV radiation may result in acute and chronic health effects on the skin, eye and immune system. Within just five minutes on a sunny summer day your skin may absorb enough UV radiation to develop minor sunburns. In even less time, skin cells may suffer injury that you can neither see nor feel. Multiply it over years and the damage from daily sun exposure may become major, including skin cancer and sun-induced skin aging. This action can advise you on the strength of the sun’s UV rays in your city. There are six UV index ratings provided: Low, Moderate, High, Very High and Extreme. To begin, simply say "Ok Google, talk to UV Meter". Then you can ask "What is the UV index in Phoenix?" or simply say the city name. For help, simply say "Help" or to quit this action, simply say "Cancel".
PM 10 in Korea
isulnara
4.3
It tells the air quality around you according to the concentration of PM10(Particulate Matter Less than 10㎛). 0~30 ㎍/㎥: good 31~80 ㎍/㎥: not bad 81~150 ㎍/㎥: bad 151 ㎍/㎥ ~: very bad * Currently, this service is only available in Korea.
Onelink
First Alert
4.8
With the Onelink action and Google Home, you can now interact with your Onelink Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms and Environment Monitors by voice. To get started, open Onelink Home from your Google Home device and link your Onelink account using the Google Home app. To use this action, you will need a Onelink by First Alert Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm and/or Environment Monitor. To get started, open Onelink Home from your Google Home device and link your Onelink account using the Google Home app. Once enabled and your account is linked you can say “Ok Google, ask Onelink” or “Ok Google, open Onelink". If you have Onelink Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms, you can get the status, for example: “Ok Google, ask Onelink what is the status of my alarms.” If you have Onelink Environment Monitors, you can get the temperature, for example: “Ok Google, ask Onelink the temperature at home." If you have Onelink Environment Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms, you can get help, for example: “Ok Google, ask Onelink how I test my alarms.” If you need help, please contact us at onelinksupport@firstalert.com or see our FAQ at http://www.firstalert.com/component/flexicontent/34/13?Itemid=161.
Air Bear
3.2
Air Bear tells you the current air quality of your current location or any other location. Air Quality data source attributed to the World Air Quality Index (http://waqi.info) and the world wide EPA.