Never forget to protect your skin while enjoying the sun again.
We have all been there, where we have forgotten to use sunscreen when we have sunbathed.
With this app, you will know how long you can be out in the sun without sunscreen before getting sunburnt.
And that not all! The app will also remind you when it’s time to reapply sunscreen!
Choose your skin type, what level of SPF you are using and local conditions, and the app will calculate how long you can enjoy the sun.
Forget your worries and enjoy the sun!
* This app is only meant as guide, always follow the instructions for sunscreen bottle *
Released: 2017-08-11 21:11:11
Seller: Suthananth Arulanatham
Size: 19.21 MB
A simple to use app for temperature conversion between the Fahrenheit and Celsius scaling systems.
Released: 2017-08-04 19:48:32
Seller: Sarah AbdelKader
Size: 12.69 MB
myBarometer can tell you about barometric pressure with real-time graph and weather forecast, which are based on your location information. You can share it via every SNS you like.
It only works on iPhone 6/6s/7 (including Plus) because of using sensor.
– Barometer : real-time barometric pressure with graph
– Location information : latitude, longitude and altitude
– Weather forecast : 5 days from today
– Share button
Enjoy your iPhone sensors with myBarometer!
Released: 2017-07-21 13:55:40
Seller: Mayumi Yoshisue
Size: 14.99 MB
Is it hot outside and are you wondering if it is too hot? Have you ever worked in the heat and wondered the chances of suffering from a heat stroke? Now you can know with the Heat Safety App! OSHA approved and worker tested, now you always know the risks!
Released: 2017-07-03 19:28:18
Seller: Tropical Blue LLC
Size: 71.78 MB
Clean Air Cast only serves the purpose of better human health by informing air quality index(AQI) based off user current location.
Users can recognize current AQI state by icons and colors. Also, users can look up other cities AQI by searching city name or map view.
The AQI can increase due to an increase of air emissions (for example, during rush hour traffic or when there is an upwind forest fire) or from a lack of dilution of air pollutants. Stagnant air, often caused by an anticyclone, temperature inversion, or low wind speeds lets air pollution remain in a local area, leading to high concentrations of pollutants, chemical reactions between air contaminants and hazy conditions.
On a day when the AQI is predicted to be elevated due to fine particle pollution, an agency or public health organization might:
– advise sensitive groups, such as the elderly, children, and those with respiratory or cardiovascular problems to avoid outdoor exertion.
– declare an “action day” to encourage voluntary measures to reduce air emissions, such as using public transportation.
– recommend the use of masks to keep fine particles from entering the lungs
Released: 2017-06-29 20:54:14
Seller: JunHyun Park
Size: 11.05 MB
Price: $24.99 USD
Released: 2017-06-18 13:58:06
Seller: YaoYuan Zhang
Size: 29.58 MB
“There’s no such thing as bad weather, just inappropriate clothing.”
– Sir Ranulph Fiennes
Element is the perfect weather app for cyclists. While most weather apps just inform you of the local weather conditions, Element uses a unique algorithm to help you decide on the best clothing combination for the conditions outside.
Premium features (in-app purchase required) include being able to download your pre-constructed routes from Strava, then see the route on a map overlaid with details on how the weather will change as you progress along it.
Element is the perfect preparation tool. You’ll never turn up for a Sunday club run unprepared again!
Released: 2017-06-15 17:50:36
Updated: 2017-06-28 16:15:16
Seller: Alexander Smith
Size: 103.18 MB
Pollen Count is a really simple way of checking the pollen count in your current location. Launch the app and it will immediately display the current pollen count and color code the screen.
Released: 2017-06-14 21:22:19
Seller: Kieran McGrady
Size: 14.25 MB
AirSafe is a Houston-based project that provides both live and historical readings of the Methane concentration in the atmosphere.
The top half of the display shows your distance to the nearest gas sensor, along with a description telling which sensor it is and where it is located. Along with this, the live reading from that sensor is displayed, which is updated about once per second. AirSafe then tells you whether that reading is something to be concerned about.
A map shows all of the sensor locations as red pins. At this stage in the project, there is only one red pin because there is only one sensor so far.
A graph of a sensor’s past observations can be pulled up by tapping on the corresponding red pin in the sensor map. The graph shows the methane concentration levels recorded over the past 6 hours.
If a dangerous level of Methane is detected while the app is in background mode, the user receives a notification as warning. (Note that such a reading is highly unlikely to occur in the case of Methane.)
About the Project
The AirSafe app is part of the community-facing end of a collaborative project between Rice University and Technology For All. The project hopes to provide useful, high granularity data about the gases in the atmosphere to both researchers and members of the community.
Note that the project focuses on the Houston area.
Released: 2017-06-14 20:07:21
Updated: 2017-08-03 06:05:17
Seller: Ryan Knightly
Size: 23.05 MB
Released: 2017-06-14 16:36:29
Updated: 2017-07-14 00:50:33
Seller: Momoangel Network Technology Co., Ltd.
Size: 38.21 MB