Molekule Launches New Alexa Skill Commands for Advanced Device Control
Customers can add the Alexa skill for free with their voice on any Alexa-enabled device via the Alexa app. With a new custom skill around filter status and room-specific air quality insights, Molekule is enabling people to take more control of the air they breathe and easily mitigate poor air quality using Molekule’s proprietary PECO technology with just a few quick phrases.
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Molekule already offers another Alexa skill, the Molekule Air Quality Review Skill, which provides local outdoor air quality data by using the device's location. With a robust portfolio of commands now available to consumers, device owners can receive critical information about both outdoor and indoor air quality, take necessary precautions, and better protect themselves against dirty air.
“With improved smart home integration and device control, we’re envisioning a world where checking air quality is as easy as checking the weather,” said
The Skill is available for all Air, Air Mini, Air Mini+, and Air Pro devices located in the
- “Turn on/off [device name]”
- “Set [device name] to [desired fan speed 1, 2, or 3]”
- “Set mode of [device name] to standard/silent/quiet”
- “Ask Molekule purifier what is quality of air near [device name]”
- “Ask Molekule purifier to get filter health of [device name]”
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Molekule is on a mission to provide clean indoor air to everyone, everywhere. With the largest range of proprietary, FDA-cleared air purification devices on the market, Molekule is providing consumers, business owners, and medical professionals with hardware and software solutions to better understand and improve indoor air quality. Its Air Pro, Air Mini+, and Pūrgo™ purification devices can be applied to virtually any indoor space, including homes, classrooms, offices, hospitals, and more. For more information and customer reviews, visit https://molekule.com.
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