Molekule Review: Breaking Down Air Purifier’s Latest App Update

Molekule, the clean air technology company known for its PECO air purifiers, has launched the latest update to its app. The latest version has new updates for upgraded user experiences and an option to activate auto-refills right from the app. The Molekule mobile app is designed to allow you to pair your device to your Molekule air purifier, giving you control right from your phone. Users can leave a Molekule review of the recent app improvements. Here, we’ll break down the highlights of the latest app version rollout.

What’s New With Molekule App Version 2.4

The latest version of the Molekule app allows users to activate their filter auto-refill plans on the Molekule app. The updated app supports Molekule Air, Air Mini, and the Air Mini+ and allows you to get replacement filters for these devices automatically sent to your door with free shipping. After you download the app, you can access and manage multiple Molekule devices from your phone. The latest version of the app (2.4) includes an option to activate auto-refills, making it easy to replace your filters and keep your Molekule air purifiers working efficiently.
 

Connect Your Device and Write a Molekule Review

The Molekule app offers a convenient connection to your devices and controls Molekule air purifiers throughout your home. When you connect your device to the app, your Molekule air purifier will update with the latest firmware available. Please note, the Molekule Air, Air Mini, and Air Mini+ can only connect to a 2.4GHz wireless network. The app requires iOS 12.1 or later or Android 8.0 and up to run. The app is also compatible with iPhone, and iPod Touch. Once you connect to WiFi, you can provide feedback and leave a Molekule review through the App Store for iOS or the Google Play Store for Android devices.

Molekule’s largest home device, the Air, can purify the air in a room up to 600 square feet and has three modes: Silent, Auto, and Boost. Silent Mode provides clean indoor air without the loud noise that accompanies many air purifiers. If you live in a smaller space, you might opt for the Molekule Air Mini instead, which can purify the air in a room up to 250 square feet and has five speed settings. Manual fan speeds 1 and 2 on Molekule Air Mini are similar to Molekule Air’s Silent Mode (like a whispered conversation), speed 3 is similar to Auto (hushed conversation), and speeds 4 and 5 are similar to Boost (normal conversation or louder). While Silent on Molekule Air and speeds 1 and 2 on Air Mini reduce the amount of air that flows through the device, it still cleans the air effectively. Molekule Air’s Auto setting maintains the room’s air quality with your personalized inputs. Molekule Air’s Boost setting prompts the device to run at maximum speed, great for when you need extra support in cleaning the air, such as after you dust or clean your home or office. With the Molekule app, you can toggle between each mode for each device from your phone, changing the airflow settings of your air purifiers remotely as needed.

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The Molekule app notifies users in the app, and on the filter status screen, when it’s time to replace the filters. The original Molekule Air comes with two filters: a Pre-Filter and a PECO-Filter. The Molekule Air Mini comes with one filter, a two-in-one solution that combines the benefits of the PECO-Filter and Pre-Filter. The app can track all three filters, helping you ensure that your purifiers are always at peak performance. For users who have activated their auto-refill plans, Molekule can tell you when your filter has reached its end and will notify you of your next renewal.

More About Molekule Air Purifiers

Molekule is a clean air company that has reinvented the traditional air purifier. Until now, air purifiers have attempted to collect pollutants on filters where they can multiply and be released back into the air. The patented Photo Electrochemical Oxidation (PECO) technology inside Molekule Air and Molekule Air Mini purifiers, however, captures and destroys allergens of all sizes, including volatile organic compounds (VOCs), on a microscopic scale.

Molekule’s breakthrough PECO-filtering technology works by breaking down allergens and pollutants at the molecular level. Developed by research scientists over two decades, PECO utilizes free radicals to destroy air pollutants that are 1,000 times smaller than what HEPA standards test for. This means that unlike traditional air purifiers, the Molekule Air and Air Mini can capture larger pollutants such as dust and pollen, as well as destroy gaseous and microscopic pollutants like VOCs without creating any ozone byproducts.

Molekule’s PECO-Filters contain a nanocatalyst coated surface. A low-energy UV-A light inside the purifier then shines on the coated filter surface, initiating an oxidation reaction. Because it works at the microscopic level, it can filter organic compounds of all sizes. UV-A light is more energy-efficient and safer than the UV-C light that traditional UV light air purifiers use. UV-C light only sterilizes certain microbes, does not destroy VOCs, and produces ozone, a harmful byproduct. Molekule’s UV-A light is used to initiate the PECO technology, is much safer to use, and does not produce ozone as a byproduct.

Both the Molekule Air and Molekule Air Mini use this revolutionary PECO technology to bring cleaner indoor air to your home or office. The Molekule Air is designed for spaces of up to 600 square feet, such as living rooms, offices, and master bedrooms. The Molekule Air requires a Pre-Filter and PECO-Filter. The Molekule Air Mini is ideal for spaces of up to 250 square feet, making it ideal for studio apartments, home offices, and kid’s bedrooms. Molekule makes it easy to bundle both air purifiers for a whole home solution, and with the help of the mobile app, you can easily and conveniently control every air purifier in your home or office. The app can even track the filter status of both devices, alerting you when it’s time to change filters. Molekule offers filter auto-refill plans, which include six months of filters. Auto-refills run at $130 per year for the Air and $99 per year for the Air Mini.Molekule believes in destroying indoor air pollution and bringing cleaner air to all. The company is bringing its innovative PECO technology to everyday consumers, providing the best consumer experience possible. The latest app update aims to do just that, making it easy to activate auto-refill, so you’ll never run out of fresh filters. Connecting your Molekule air purifier to the Molekule app creates an optimal user experience. The Molekule team is open to feedback for this latest app version; if you have any questions or would like to leave a Molekule review, you can do so through the app store or reach out to the company’s customer support team.