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    UV Index

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    The ultraviolet rays are dangerous for our skin.
    We must protect ourselves from them so, we need to know the UV index.

    This application try to help showing index information ultraviolet in over 1500 cities around the world (Spain, Portugal, Italy, France, Brazil, Chile, Peru, Australia and many more).

    Also, if you introducing your skin phototype, it will show the recommended sun protection.

    The app has 3 widgets to view the information without open the app.

    The information is obtained from public information from different systems meteorology.
    The sunscreen data corresponds to the minimum recommended by the WHO.

    Tags: indice uv , indice uv españa , camara ultravioleta , tipos de pieles scan uv , indice uv en espaÑa , ultravioleta , app indice uv , índice de uv , indice ultravioleta españa

    Users review

    from 93 reviews

    "Good"

    5

    Users comments for UV Index

    Shannon Ferris

    by Shannon Ferris

    May 31, 2017  |  "OK"

    You say we can change the language from Spanish to English in th settings, but how an I supposed to find that setting if I can't read Spanish!?

    Karen Peoples

    by Karen Peoples

    Apr 17, 2017  |  "Poor"

    In Spanish. No hablo espanol!

    CJ Sandiford

    by CJ Sandiford

    Jun 09, 2016  |  "Poor"

    It downloaded in Spanish

    Chandra Smith

    by Chandra Smith

    Jul 06, 2015  |  "OK"

    Why did it download in Spanish though?

    Karen C

    by Karen C

    Jun 16, 2014  |  "OK"

    This seems to be a very good idea for an app. However, I live in Georgia and the nearest city on the app is New Orleans, LOL. At the very least you can include Atlanta, Georgia. How are we not on your map?

    James Drissel

    by James Drissel

    Jun 08, 2014  |  "Poor"

    Small list of cities. Stops working at random. Does not get the uv index for your location, gets the index of the closest city in its list. In my case that was 300 miles away.