Introducing new air history stats for Molekule Air Pro

Get real-time air quality insights with features like Molekule Air Score and expanded air history stats

Molekule is thrilled to announce air history stats, an upgrade that activates a robust suite of advanced features for our Molekule Air Pro purifiers. When we introduced the Molekule Air Score and enhanced sensor capabilities back in January, it enabled us to provide customers with real-time air quality data, and this new update will take these features to the next level, allowing customers to see indoor air like never before. Now, Air Pro customers will be able to track their air quality trends with expanded air stats, view changes in individual pollutant types in detail, and look back over their air quality history for the day, week, or month. At Molekule, we believe knowledge is power and we want to put the power in the hands of our customers.

Here’s what’s to expect with the latest update to your Molekule app

Within the app, customers can see air quality measurements allowing them to go back and track air quality trends and have a birds-eye view into what the air really looks like in their space.

Air quality trends over time

Behaviors at home or in the office can drum up some of the worst air offenders people may not even realize. Air Pro customers are now able to see not only their current Air Score and the air history stats displaying their indoor air quality, but also pollutant trends throughout the previous four weeks with a new expanded air history feature. The feature tracks air pollutants over a 28 day period using the purifier’s robust sensor suite. 

Being able to see air history over four weeks allows people to stay informed about how their air quality changes over time and even provides them with the top 3 types of pollutant offenders. The update also enables customers to see how many hours per day or week their Air Pro rated their indoor air quality from Good to Very Bad based on detected levels of 3 types of particulate matter, as well as chemicals (VOCs), relative humidity (RH) and CO2.

Auto-generated air quality graphs

New graphs will display air quality category colors and allow Air Pro owners to view daily, weekly, and monthly pollutant counts as a whole, and for each of the tracked pollutant types, helping them discover and mitigate poor air quality patterns. Tracking their air quality daily in comparison to the past 28 days will help them to spot pollutant spikes and clean air trends, and provide the knowledge needed to adjust behaviors accordingly.

Air quality education

The Molekule app also displays “top air quality offenders” as the time progresses, and concise explainers on common air pollutants such as chemicals (VOCs), so people can learn more about the makeup of their indoor air. With clear insights, our customers have the power to take control of the air they breathe. 

Take action to improve the Air you breathe

With more historical information about their air quality, people can begin to see patterns of different pollutants in their homes, and take action to avoid events that cause poorer air quality. This could mean opening a window before cooking, allowing new furniture to off-gas with proper ventilation, or avoiding certain VOC-producing products. We want our customers to be aware of the air quality in their homes, with the peace-of-mind knowing they have an extra layer of protection with PECO technology.

Knowing how and why indoor air quality is changing is empowering—it gives you the opportunity to make small changes in your space to improve air quality over time. Air Pro owners will rest easy knowing that their device is always sensing, always purifying, and always protecting their indoor air.

How to enable the new air history stats feature on Air Pro

Download or update your Molekule app (Apple app store | Google play store) as normal according to the operating system of your smartphone. To update the firmware, first be sure it’s connected to wifi, then unplug the device for about 30 seconds, then plug it back in. It should restart once or twice, then it will be ready.

If your purifier is connected and onboarded in the app:

To update the firmware, first be sure it’s connected to wifi and added into the Molekule app.

Unplug the device for about 30 seconds, then plug it back in and wait for it to start up again.

After a successful firmware update occurs, the purifier will automatically reboot once more, after which, you will see all 6 components of the air activated in your experience.

If you have never connected your purifier to the app:

With your phone’s WiFi activated, get near your plugged-in purifier.

Open up the updated Molekule app and add your purifier to the app.

After your purifier is added to the app, you will notice that it will automatically enter a Firmware Updating cycle after which it will reboot and you will have the latest and greatest firmware with all 6 pollutant types showing in your app and purifier experience.

After onboarding, it may take a couple mins to start the update automatically

Air Pro’s sensor suite opens a window into your air quality, and it’s important to keep in mind that air is complex, filled with elements that only the most scientific lab equipment can detect – and while air purifiers are an important part of air quality, they cannot completely protect you from the effects of air pollution or airborne infectious diseases.

Start Cleaning Your Air Today

If you have any questions you can always contact support@molekule.com, or just give us a call at 1-855-999-9069. We’re available Monday through Sunday 7am to 5pm Pacific Time. Also, keep an eye on our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter accounts for more information on Molekule and what we’re doing about air quality.

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Molekule was founded on decades of research into improving air purification through invention and innovation. We value the scientific method and supporting facts with peer-reviewed research.