The BreezoMeter API accepts a user's location and responds with advanced street level real time Air Quality data stored within their database (Historical data also available). The API accepts a GET request with latitude and longitudes coordinates to respond with a rating on the air quality using a scale of 1-100 (unique to BreezoMeter, and also includes the country official AQI). The response also includes color readings for a customizable interface chart, and includes helpful tips on how to stay fit and use preventative care to remain in good health given the state of your location's air quality. If specific latitude and longitude coordinates are not at hand, the API can also process requests with an inputted city name or street address.
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