This release adds new features such as sensor sharing and option to buy SMS alerts.
It’s now possible to share sensors with other users. This feature is limited for users with Standard or Plus subscription. However, any user (even a non-subscribing user) can add a shared sensor to his/her account.
It’s also possible to buy SMS alerts separately now. This change makes it possible for users in the free or Lite plans to use SMS alerts too. The included SMS alerts were removed from the Standard and Plus packages, and the pricing was lowered accordingly. Now you pay only what you use for the SMS alerts.
Other changes include changes in sensor graphs and settings view. The graphs are now drawn without the dots and with higher accuracy. This makes the graphs smoother. The settings view includes now minor details about the settings items.
This is the first public release of the client software. The client is available for Android at the moment.
The client app has features to use the service in full. You can check sensor data both in numeric and graphical forms, including history graphs. You can mark sensors as favorites and define alarms for them. Try it yourself!
This release adds support for two new sensors:
In addition, the following Android Gateway changes were made:
This release adds support for Inkbird IBS-TH1 Bluetooth smart sensors. These sensors provide temperature and humidity readings.
In addition, the Android Gateway works now better especially with Android 6 and newer using Doze for battery optimization.
This is the first public release of the gateway software. The gateway is available for Android and Raspberry Pi. They both have equal features. However, the Raspberry Pi gateway software has only command line interface.