spexor displays the outdoor air quality and pollen load

Display of outdoor air quality and pollen load

Breath healthy air - inside and out

In the long run, poor air quality - indoors or outdoors - is harmful to health and well-being. Especially outdoors, air pollution is rarely visible. In addition to the indoor air quality, with the spexor, you can now also keep an eye on the outdoor air quality and pollen load at all times to minimize your individual exposure to pollutants.

You can easily add this additional function to your app for 14.99 €/year incl. VAT.

Before purchasing, you have the option of testing the function for two weeks free of charge.


Stop sneezing

Similar to air pollution, pollen affects the human organism to different degrees. People with allergies react not only to different types of pollen, but also to the pollen grains themselves. These can vary geographically and seasonally and contain more or less allergenic components that irritate the respiratory tract and immune system.

The spexor app shows you the pollen load based on the local pollen count. This way, you always have an overview of your current pollen load in the spexor area and can act accordingly.


You can easily add this additional function via your app for 0.99 €/year incl. VAT. Before purchasing, you have the option to test this function for a fortnight free of charge.

How it works

App Display Outdoor Air

Outdoor air quality display

With just one look at the spexor app, you can see the current values of the outdoor air quality. These are compared with the measured values of the indoor air. This provides you with a recommendation as to whether it makes sense to open the window or not. Since pollutants in the outdoor air are generally more negative than VOCs (volatile organic compounds) in the indoor air, spexor recommends ventilating only when the indoor air quality is critical and the outdoor air has few pollutants. The following pollutants are displayed in the app: carbon monoxide, ozone, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide and fine dust.

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App Pollen

Display of the pollen load

The spexor app also shows you the daily pollen count in your region. On this basis, you can estimate how high your individual, current pollen load is so that you can act accordingly. The following pollen types are displayed in the spexor app: alder, ash, birch, elm, maple, olive, juniper, poplar, oak, pine, ragweed, grasses, Japanese cedar and cypress.

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App information

Where does the data come from?

We receive the data on pollen counts from a specialized, external partner who uses machine learning and artificial intelligence to deliver the most precise air quality and pollen data possible. We use a large data infrastructure to continuously collect air quality, pollen and weather measurements from thousands of sources, including more than 7000 official air quality monitoring stations worldwide. The algorithms calculate air quality in more than 300 million geographic data points every 2-3 hours. This gives you highly accurate air quality data.

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FAQs - Outdoor air quality and pollen

How can I get the outdoor air quality and pollen load display?

This works very simply via an in-app purchase in the spexor app. Feel free to test both functions free of charge and without obligation for 14 days in advance. If you like the function, you can easily add the display of outdoor air quality for only 14.99 €/year and the display of pollen for only 0.99 €/year. Simply click on "Profiles", select the settings and add the outdoor air and pollen count display.

Does spexor itself measure the outdoor air quality and pollen load?

No, spexor only measures the indoor air quality at its location. We receive the data on pollen counts from a specialized, external partner who uses machine learning and artificial intelligence to deliver the most precise air quality and pollen data possible. We use a large data infrastructure to continuously collect air quality, pollen and weather measurements from thousands of sources, including more than 7000 official air quality monitoring stations worldwide.

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How often is measured?

Outdoor air quality is measured every 2-3 hours on average. Poll data is displayed daily.

On what basis does spexor make recommendations?

Pollutants in the outdoor air are often more severe than VOCs in the indoor air. That is why spexor only recommends ventilating when the indoor air quality is depleted and the outdoor air quality has few pollutants. spexor does not give any recommendations for action but does point out which pollen types are active on that day and in which pollution level. On this basis, you can act accordingly.