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The SunSmart app lets you know when you need sun protection across Australia and when its safe
to get some sun for vitamin D, making it easier than ever to be smart about your sun exposure all
year.

With a few clicks, you can find a 7 day weather forecast, the UV level and sun protection
times for your local area in Australia so you will always be prepared for the day ahead.

Personalise the sun protection alert to remind you of the daily sun protection times, either at a
time of your choice or when the UV reaches a level where sun protection is required.

Use the vitamin D Tracker to find out if you are getting enough UV exposure to help with your
vitamin D levels

Sun protection times are issued daily by the Bureau of Meteorology.


Please submit any feedback and suggestions in regards to this app to
[email protected] We would love to hear from you.

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AKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The SunSmart app is a initiative of SunSmart Victoria- a program of Cancer Council
Victoria and VicHealth. SunSmart programs run in all Australian states and territories
by the Cancer Council. For more information visit sunsmart.com.au.

All UV alerts and weather forecast information provided by the Bureau of
Meteorology. For more information visit bom.gov.au/uv.

The SunSmart app was developed by Boosted Human Mobile and Web Solutions
boostedhuman.com.

Recent changes:
- Content updates

* Please note that both the times and UV levels are predicted on a half hourly basis, based on cloud free skies. For real time UV, visit ARPANSA (http://www.arpansa.gov.au/). For UV information visit, BOM (http://www.bom.gov.au/uv/).
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About SunSmart
The SunSmart app lets you know when you need sun protection across Australia and when its safe
to get some sun for vitamin D, making it easier than ever to be smart about your sun exposure all
year.

With a few clicks, you can find a 7 day weather forecast, the UV level and sun protection
times for your local area in Australia so you will always be prepared for the day ahead.

Personalise the sun protection alert to remind you of the daily sun protection times, either at a
time of your choice or when the UV reaches a level where sun protection is required.

Use the vitamin D Tracker to find out if you are getting enough UV exposure to help with your
vitamin D levels

Sun protection times are issued daily by the Bureau of Meteorology.


Please submit any feedback and suggestions in regards to this app to
[email protected] We would love to hear from you.

----------
AKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The SunSmart app is a initiative of SunSmart Victoria- a program of Cancer Council
Victoria and VicHealth. SunSmart programs run in all Australian states and territories
by the Cancer Council. For more information visit sunsmart.com.au.

All UV alerts and weather forecast information provided by the Bureau of
Meteorology. For more information visit bom.gov.au/uv.

The SunSmart app was developed by Boosted Human Mobile and Web Solutions
boostedhuman.com.

Recent changes:
- Content updates

* Please note that both the times and UV levels are predicted on a half hourly basis, based on cloud free skies. For real time UV, visit ARPANSA (http://www.arpansa.gov.au/). For UV information visit, BOM (http://www.bom.gov.au/uv/).

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A Google User
Sep 14, 2014
Awesome Definitely helps to prepare the kids for the day.
A Google User
Aug 30, 2014
It's a very useful app But what's with all the permissions it's asking for?
A Google User
Aug 22, 2014
Don't trust it. Kaperskys anti virus saw it as a threat
A Google User
Jul 7, 2014
Trojan virus My mobile security instantly recognised this as a virus.... not good
A Google User
Jun 7, 2014
Spying Another cheap way to spy on people but the sad about it this time it's in Australia, what's with the load of permissions? Why would a Sun care app want to access my phone log? ? ?