This App Converts Air Quality Index Into Number Of Cigarettes You’d Smoke Daily

There’s no respite from the pollution that NCR has been exposed to post-Diwali festivities. The worsen and unprecedented Air Quality Index surely has an adverse effect on an individual’s health even if you claim to be the healthiest in town.

Don’t believe us? How about we tell you about an app that measures the number of cigarettes you are passively smoking by breathing the toxic urban air?

The app namely, Shit! I Smoke is the trendiest thing in town that converts the polluted air you breathe into the equivalent number of cigarettes being smoked in a day.  And ofc when we set the location to New Delhi, we were no at all surprised to see the results. Gasps!

The app, Shit, I Smoke! has been created by Brazilian-born designer Marcelo Coelho and Paris-born app developer Amaury Martiny.  


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Among all the cities, Ghaziabad remains the worst affected when it comes to toxic air. As per the app, a Ghaziabad resident passively smokes 32 cigarettes a day by not at all smoking cigarettes and just breathing the polluted air.


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The toxic air in the aforementioned cities is being breathed by people of all age groups, including children. This not only affects one’s health severely but also reduces the life expectancy ratio.

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