Hey PlanetWatchers! Our new Mobile App is almost ready for public release. It comes after we finalized our token model and straight after launching our licenses. During the process we have considered your suggestions for the first release which is about to launch.
Let’s see in more detail some previews of this first version.
Since we really wish to involve as many people as possible and develop a global community with our Planet at heart, with a special focus on air quality, some functions of the app will also be available in the incognito mode, which means there’s no need to sign up. You’ll be able to track the quality of the air wherever you are and to get data from all outdoor sensors that have joined our network.
Therefore whether you’ve already joined or are a newbie wishing to be involved in our project, check the functions below in detail.
After signing up:
Also, after adding an Algorand address (whose private key is kept in the encrypted settings in your cell phone only) you can:
Also available in incognito mode without login requirement.
After allowing permission to view your location, you’ll be able to check the quality of the air outdoors. You’ll be able to see the various pollutants (PM2.5, SO2, O3 and CO2). If red appears on your screen that is the sign that the quality of the air is really bad while blue stands for very good.
For logged in users only who have either a valid active license or one that needs to be activated.
When you login you can see the sensors that are already in our network and if you buy new licenses you can activate them independently. The activation of licenses requires the following fields:
At the bottom of the screen, with the general index, you’ll see all the sensors that have been connected to the PlanetWatch network related to the account that has logged in. You can also see your own indoor and wearable sensors. For each sensor the average values are shown and if you click on the relative tab you’ll see the following values:
In the public section you can check data from all local outdoor sensors which have streamed data in the last 60 minutes. By clicking on a pixel (1.2 x 0.6 kms), it is possible to track air quality based on PM2.5 levels and historical data for the previous 24 hours, week or month.
If you own a PlanetWatch-compliant sensor and have started streaming data to our network private section (My Sensors). You can change view to show outdoor, indoor or Around You data if you own any relevant sensors and they have streamed data within the last 60 minutes (outdoor and indoor) or 24 hours (Around You).
How much reward token people will receuve per day or mo?
Hi, you can learn everything about our Token Model in our White Paper https://planetwatch.us/white-paper/index-h5.html?page=1&fbclid=IwAR0nk5JwJsoKMeF6JWpN3sT3bhPjsuPxVun_FuXcXKCP3ZyCzla5TEngDQQ#page=1
Will this new mobile app improve usability for iOS users and the Atmotube sensor? On the FAQ’s page, the section “Does the Atmotube work with iOS?”, states “Yes, it does. However, on iOS, the PlanetWatch App doesn’t send us data when it’s in the background and it can affect the Planets you earned.”.
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