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    Oreck Air Quality Forecast App by EZ Media

    Oreck, makers of top-of-the-line upright and canister vacuums as well as advanced air purifiers, is getting into the app business….the iPhone app business that is.  They’ve recently released Oreck Air Quality Forecast App by EZ Media, designed to provide you with air quality indexes and forecasts for all of the U.S.

    The air quality indoors can be five times worse than outdoors, according to EPA.  With the Oreck Air Quality Forecast App, you don’t have to suffer.  At your fingertips, you can gauge air quality outdoors, especially if you, your family have asthma, other respiratory concerns, heart disease, and/or when exercising, playing or working outdoors.
    The Oreck Air Quality Forecaset App allows you to check the air quality outdoors anytime, anywhere in the US with this new app (for iPhone and iPad).  It’s free from Oreck and can provide a healthier home solutions.

    Here’s what it can tell you:

    • App tells current air quality (latest recorded data)
    • Air quality for today (forecast for the day) and forecast for the next day, in US cities across country (data from EPA), all color coded.
    • Tells if air pollution levels are (will be tomorrow):
      Good (green)
      Moderate (yellow)
      Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups (orange)
      Unhealthy (red) (everyone may feel effects of air pollution at this level and beyond; sensitive groups may experience more serious effects, according to EPA)
      Very Unhealthy (purple)
      or Hazardous (maroon)

    Grab the Oreck Air Quality Forecast App from EZ Media here:

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    David Novak
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