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Stay | Go

Description

Description

Stay | Go

by ExactLead
Stay | Go
Stay | Go
Stay | Go

What is it about?

Description

Stay | Go

App Details

Version
1.0.0
Rating
NA
Size
3Mb
Genre
Weather Health & Fitness
Last updated
June 23, 2016
Release date
June 23, 2016
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App Store Description

Description

Stay or Go is designed around the idea of obtaining information quickly and easily. When you wake up for your morning jog, or when it's time to walk the dog, you want to know the outside conditions at a glance. By looking at simple color codes, you can know if it's a good day for a run, or a nice day to walk the dog without burning his paws.
Stay or Go uses a simple color code system to help you decide, “Should I stay or should I go?”
We’ve been taught all our lives that green means “go,” and that red means “stop.” Our brains have learned that through years of repeated behavior.
Is it jacket and sweatpants weather, or shorts and a light shirt? Find out in an instant before you step out for your next evening run.
Stay or Go uses green, yellow, orange and red for a simple “Stay or Go” solution.

Green - Go out and enjoy the day. It’s nice outside.
Yellow - Conditions are nice, but be mindful of today’s weather.
Orange - It may be a little ugly outside.
Red - Stay home or use caution. It's extremely hot outside. The extreme heat is uncomfortable for outdoor pets and the hot pavement can burn their paws if you take them out for a walk.
Blue - It's very cold outside, and prolonged exposure can mean danger for yourself or your outdoor pets.

It’s that easy.


Stay or Go tracks:

Temperature - The outside temperature. Red means it's too hot. The conditions are unfavorable and if you have a pet, it's a good time to bring them in. Blue means the weather may be too cold for prolonged outside exposure for you or your furred friend.
Humidity - Will it be a dry or muggy day? Extreme humidity can make the body work even harder to keep itself cool.
Outside Conditions - Know if there’s any cloud cover, and what the air quality is outside.
Pollen - Local pollen levels. Especially useful for those with allergies. Excessive pollen can cause your allergies to flare up.
UV Index - UV rays can be bad for the skin. Know how much you’re getting.
Wind Conditions - Know the wind speeds and direction.

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