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I purchased this product a year ago for Christmas, and the outdoor module has required to have its batteries replaced every 3 days, since I purchased the unit. Netatmo customer service is absolutely useless, as they were not able to tell me how long the batteries should latest on the outdoor module, and they could not provide me with a fresh outdoor unit. I even offered to purchase a fresh outdoor unit, as my indoor unit is fine. But like I said Netatmo customer service was useless, they offered no solutions on how to fix my problem.I have told my firends about this issue, and they have all opted to purchase troops from Acurite. They have not had any issues with their units; whereas I singled handedly can hold Duracell in business.
The product is slow to adjust to changes in the house and outdoor. Example: When I first got the product up and running, it took the master unit that runs off of AC power over 1 day to come down on its humidity to what the other three sensors showed It took the outdoor sensor over 4 hours to come down from the inside temp to what the outside temp was at that point. IE from 78F to about 47F. The unit will not handle quick temp changes of 30 degree drop within 20 minutes. That does happen in the USA in the Mid-West.When downloading the spread sheet off the web site, it should hold the stile that I have things in. IE F for Temp, and inHg for e PC software for the most part isn't usable by an blind person. So you will need to obtain sighted support to be able to setup the units.** updated Feb. e weather station will go down from time to time and you need to unplug the unit and plug it back in before it will begin working again. I've even updated the firmware from 134 to 137 and that didn't fix the weather station. I did that back in Jan. 2019. The station works OK if you don't mind getting current info about every 10 mintues when using the web site. When the web website doesn't present any info that is the only method you know it is not working and the weather station needst obe ey also need to come out with an newer ver that logs info faster like once every 1 min and allows for more indoor sensors. 3 will not cover my house. I would like to place 1 in each room. With this weather station, that isn't doable. I would like to see that be increased to at least 6 indoor troops from the limited of 3. I would also like to see it handle 2 or 3 outdoor units. That away I can place one in the yard, in the utility shed etc... That away I know if things are freezing or not.
ProsWonderful interfaceEasy setupConsAccuracy is deplorable.I live at the very edge of my city, which is one town over from the ocean. On or any other weather site, if I place in my default zone as the ocean town next door, I obtain temps that are too cool (~5 degrees) in comparison to my location. If i use the town that I live in or the zip code, I obtain temps that are too warm (~5 degrees) for my location. I was looking for something more accurate and something that i can access from home or on the go so that I can search out whether or not to turn on my thermostat to cool/heat my house (the thermostat on my AC/Heating unit connects to the internet but for some odd reason doesn't have an exterior thermostat so it pulls temps from the web, which depending on the town I choose is too hot/cold for my actual location. See above for explanation.). Given my odd position, I wanted something accurate order to fix my issues, I bought this Netatmo along with 2 more extra indoor modules for my upstairs kid's bedrooms (more for the CO2 monitor than the temp). After un-boxing the devices, I was beautiful satisfied on seeing how simple it was to setup and obtain connected to the internet. I noticed discrepancies in the temp and CO2 readings but I chalked it up to the fact that it had not self calibrated or rested yet and could be caused by me holding the devices as I inserted batteries. I stuck the outside unit on an outside table and didn't think much of it. The 2 indoor and the indoor base were all next to each other till I found a amazing home for them upstairs.A couple of days later I got a CO2 alert at work and I reopened that application and realized the horrible inaccuracy of the monitors. The 3 indoor monitors were 4 + degrees off of each other and the CO2 was off the wall different. One was registering high 400's, one was in the mid 600's, and one was alerting at over 1,000. They were all next to each other so it created no sense. I thought maybe I left a laptop next to it. When I went home there was nothing nearby and in fact, they were all in an zone that was somewhat sheltered.I brought my outdoor monitor inside to verify that I didn't just obtain 2 poor add-on indoor monitors. Instead that action just confirmed the horrible inaccuracy of this product line as I managed to obtain a 4th set of various sensor reen shots are not as inaccurate as I had seen at this product's worst, but I just took them to post here right before I boxed them up to return takeaway was that this is a amazing idea for a begin towards where the professional monitors need to head towards to create it easier and cheaper for the rest of us to buy. This product however is NOT cheap enough to warrant the lack of accuracy. I expect this kind of low accuracy from a digital thermometer I pick up from a 99 cents only store. I'll just stick to the inaccurate readings that my AC/Heating unit has and stick a 2 dollar mercury thermometer with a suction cup on the outside of my patio door to replace the $350+ dollars I spent with Netatmo.
When netatmo works, it works ever, it suffers from different issues:* So-so wireless range. I have to hold my external sensor and rain gauge within maybe 20-25' or so of the (inside) base sensor, or I can obtain intermittent/dropped data. WIth my old Oregon Scientific stuff, I could place the outside temperature sensor 40-50' away, and it would work fine.* Humidity sensor readings can vary widely. I bought a second indoor sensor, and placed it next to the base station (maybe 2' apart). The humidity readings were various by 14%. Now, I'd expect a consumer-level solution to differ by a few percent, but 14% is unacceptable. I bought a third indoor sensor (for temperature readings), and the humidity readings on this third sensor roughly agree with the second one. So, I have no idea if the base station humidity sensor is wrong, or if the sensors on the extra sensors are consistently different. (If anyone cares, the temperature readings are consistent for me.)* The weather station requires a internet connection to netatmo's servers, and the servers appear to be having issues recently. Basically, you need to contact netatmo's servers if you wish to see your weather data. A few days ago, there was a 3-4+ hour outage where the data was inaccessible. Today, there's been an 11+ hour outage, and it's still ongoing (update: the unit decided to forget its wireless settings -- see below). When the servers aren't accessible, the netatmo is as useful as a dead squirrel.* When the servers do work, accessing the data is not fast. The web page can take 3-5+ seconds to load, as well as the iPad and iPhone apps. Expect to wait to see your data.* My unit came with some "pictograph" installation instructions, which were somewhat wrong. Unlike what the instructions seemed to imply, I had to physically connect the unit up to my pc, using a USB cable. I then had to use a configuration program, which was admittedly easy-to-use, to configure the wireless settings. Note that you still have to use a USB cable, but a different, but still easy-to-use configuration program, to add extra modules (like the rain sensor or extra indoor unit).Update (Jan 12, 2015): it turns out that my recent "outage" was caused by the base unit somehow forgetting my wireless settings. I had to re-enter the wireless settings several times before the unit finally accepted them (I'd obtain a "wireless connection timeout", despite the fact that it took me less than a min to scan for a wireless network, select one, and then enter my password). On the plus side, the unit does appear to have some internal memory, as it still seemed to collect data despite the wireless connection not working (the data was then sent to the servers, and so I seem to have lost no data).
Wow. How unbelievable is this. I love it. I also bought an additional indoor one (different floors) and a rain sensor and wind sensor. An awesome setup. I have one at 3 various areas (home, office, extended family's home).I could say a lot more, but for now, I will hold it at this. Test it out. Simple set up, amazing app. amazing in indoor/outdoor set: Netatmo Weather Station for Smartphone, Compatible with Amazon AlexaExtra indoor unit: Additional indoor Module for Netatmo Weather Station - Retail Packaging - AluminiumWind sensor: Wind Gauge for The Weather StationRain sensor: NETATMO Rain Gauge for Netatmo Weather Station - Retail Packaging - BlackSensor brackets: Netatmo Mount, for Netatmo Rain Gauge and Wind Gauge - Retail Packaging - Black
Well this is a amazing small device! I have always been a weather buff. I always have my eye on the sky looking out for the next Thunderstorm in the Summer, and Snowstorm in the winter. Anyways, I installed the Netatmo Weather Station at our cabin so we could monitor the temperature inside and out when we are tup was a breeze. I plugged the main Netatmo indoor device into my computer, setup an acc and downloaded the setup software. It detected my wireless network right away and I was able to connect the indoor device to it. I then installed the batteries into the outdoor device and mounted it on our shed outside about 30 ft away from the indoor device. I fired up my web browser, logged back into my Netatmo account, and everything was there! Indoor temp, humidity, pressure, CO2 levels, sound dB's, Outdoor temp, and humidity. I was also able to download the application on my iPhone quite easily, login to my account, and see the same data I could see through the web e Netatmo www service is laid out quite beautifully and graphs all of your data over time. I especially like the fact that after about an hour, my weather station showed up automatically on the Wunderground website. I then sent Wunderground an email and they linked my Netatmo to my Wunderground account!I am somewhat disappointed that Netatmo does not have some sort of pack that contains the wind and rain sensors. I did end up having to purchase them separately at quite a premium. I am knocking off one begin for that as well as what seems to be the somewhat limited range of the outdoor sensor included in the package!PRO TIP: Invest in some Energizer lithium batteries for any outdoor sensor you plan on using. I chose not to use the included batteries and instead use the Energizer batteries. They stand up a lot better than most batteries in outdoor extremes.
My old weather station was doing very strange things so I decided to check into what's new. Much to my surprise you can beautiful much still buy my 10+ year old weather station. You know the type, beautiful base station that you have to place on a flat surface somewhere in your house and then you hang a remote sensor outside somewhere. That's all OK I guess but there are times that I'm standing in my walk-in closet wondering what to wear and wishing I knew the weather so I use my phone to check the forecast but that doesn't tell me if I'll need a sweater when I walk out of the e Netatmo (try saying that 10 times true fast) solves my problem. I whip out my phone and it tells me the current temp inside and outside, whether the sun is shining or it's cloudy or rainy, etc. the humidity and a 7 day forecast. Inside it also gives me a CO2 reading and a decibel level. You can keep notifications on your phone for weather alerts, freezing conditions, low room temp, CO2 levels, rise in humidity, and a few others. You can also invite guests to view the weather so my entire family has access and since our phones are always nearby the info is always easily accessible.
*** Second modernize - Netatmo refuses to respect its product warranty ***Customer help attempts to exhaust you over email for e bottom line is that they don't stand behind their products.Taking off another star. This is one of these rear cases where a zero stars option would be useful...I WILL NEVER BUY ANY NETATMO PRODUCT AGAIN. It's a waste of cash and makes you feel like an idiot.I will modernize if Netatmo miraculously decides to replace or service their faulty product.*** Modernize - dead after less than 3 months of use ***I suspect that the sun killed the internal tip to owners: remove the rain gauge as you obtain closer to the summer, and reinstall it the next wngrading from 5 to 2 stars (giving the product the benefit of the doubt that it would survive if I removed it before the summer, otherwise it would be zero stars as it's not suitable for outdoor use).--- My original review ---Works well and very simple to install. Measurements seem to be accurate. The fact it's wireless and comes as a separate component brings installation flexibility that cannot be found with most weather stations. This is specifically necessary if you consider adding an anemometer, as the natural installation areas of these two components are radically different.
I purchased this on 24 January 2018. It stopped functioning towards the end of December 2918. I've tried changing batteries. Nothing. It is completely dead. Tried contacting Netatmo, they refer me to the Amazon supplier. Not getting any luck. Surely a premium brand like Netatmo makes a more durable rain gauge. I have the other products no issue. Most disappointed with the rain gauge. Netatmo, is anyone listening?UPDATEAmazon tells me to obtain in touch with the manufacturer, Netatmo tells me to obtain in touch with the end of the day I am the customer and sitting in the middle of this.What disgusting customer service Amazon and Netatmo. This is a premium product. It should not die within a year, now you both are trying to wash your hands clean? Is this how you treat your customers???
This extra unit to the Netamo weather station has been working amazing for 6 months. I had to recalibrate it. The factory or original calibration was WAY off huge time!I place a metal screen over the top of the cup to prevent leaves and other junk from clogging the measurement reading.I would recommend to anyone using this Netatmo to use lithium energizer batteries. These devices use very small battery power, so batteries can be in put for a year or more, and a lot of alkaline batteries will ter lots of measurements with official rain gages, I have set my calibration to 0.091 fl oz (for USA people). This setting has been darn spot on versus my official analog measurements.I've also been applying RainX to support the water droplets fall into the measurement cups about every 3 months. Seems to work great, and doesn't result the plastic after 4 ufacturer recmmends not to leave the rain sensor in freezing temps. Will be leaving this out for the 2014-15 winter and if Amazon allows, will report tom line, I had to calibrate my rain gage, but after that I am extremely satisfied with my purchase. I am a certified storm spotter and a weather geek.Update Aug 2015: I left the rain gage out all winter and it got -20F a lot of nights and no hurt to the rain sensor. Still working like it should.
After a latest firmware modernize on the Weather Station, my Rain Gauge was no longer recognized. I emailed Customer Service. Not good Customer Service. Initially received chain letter response that "Due to an unexpectedly high number of emails, our response time is slightly longer than usual. We are very sorry about this and assure you that we are doing our best to answer as soon as possible."After 19 days I then received response: "We have carefully read your message. We hope your rain gauge is correctly working anks for using Netatmo products. Have a nice day,Based on the response I received, you would think they are on their method out of business. Yet they are branding fresh products. For this price you would expect them to be compatible with latest firmware on the Weather Station for more than 1 1/2 years.***************Definitely Firmware modernize that caused this issue. Got a call from my father indicating he ran into the same issue. He bought the unit the same ceived email telling me to test everything I said I had already tried, and to create sure the Green LED Light was on. The same light I told them did not eve exist on this original unit.******************Upon my answer I received this email, which was beautiful inconclusive and created no sense. Had they read my email, they knew the unit was 1 1/2 years old. It seems beautiful clear at this point that they do not even read the emails, and have a list of Chain Replies to send.We have carefully read your is is not normal, please contact the reseller for a return.If you have bought it from us or the reseller can't proceed with an exchange, please send us your invoice and confirm to us your delivery address,we will fix it if the warranty is still valid.************************Netatmo did send a UPS Free Return label and indicated the following:Send back to us the defective unit (only the defective unit) with this soon as we keep your device, we will send you a fresh unit.I will modernize the review after receiving the fresh unit.**************When I got ready to take the batteries out of the unit to return, I decided to try it one more time. It recognized the unit at that point.
Very simple to install. Grabbed a security camera mount for $6, and a cedar mailbox post. Pounded steal mount into begin ground. Pounded post on top. Then used security camera mounts to secure wind and rain gauges. Wind readings jumped up with no obstruction.
The gauge works well and integrates seamlessly to the Netatmo www service and app. To be better, the gauge needs two minor accessories: 1) a method to mount it to a deck railing or post or related structure and 2) a mesh cover to hold debris from clogging its e gauge is designed to be placed on a flat surface. But, not everyone has outdoor tables or benches or, if they do, wants to leave them outside during the winter. It should come equipped with a method to mount it to existing infrastructure. Obviously, a purchaser can rig something to mount a flat plate to a railing to keep the gauge ... but why should he/she have to?The gauge is basically a funnel with outlets near the bottom to let the collected water to escape. Within its housing is a physical lever that catches water, becomes unbalanced, tilts, and empties the water while recording the event. With trees and shrubs nearby, the funnel also collects plant debris that can partially or fully clog it making its measurement inaccurate or non-functioning. The gauge should come with an inexpensive mesh screen related to an upside down tea strainer.
Two problems; one unfixable, one refused to be ; If you look hard enough you will search on the www service the recommended temperature ranges otherwise you have to bring it indoors. Appears to be designed for mediterranean and equatorial climates, NOT locations that can freeze repeatedly. I live in Fresh England so this was obviously never going to work much beyond the summer months. They could create this more clear in their websiteTwo, and in general, Netatmo is very not good at collecting & displaying data. I've repeatedly told them that timeframes should NOT be fiscal. A weeks worth of data should display 7 days of data. But they somehow seem to think that a 'new week' should present blank data except for the current day(, or month or year). Apparently accountants design software at Netatmo.I like Netatmo; but I returned the rain gauge and got the wind gauge.
After I installed this, I noticed that it seemed the readings were too low. An engineer mate of mine came over and we tested it and found it measures 1/5 of the current rainfall. I have been trying to contact Netatmo. No customer service or technical help number and still haven't even found someone to email I have to obtain another rain gauge in order to accurately measure rainfall.***Finally able to obtain in touch with technical support. WORST TECHNICAL SUPPORT EVER!!! They do not understand the product, their www service or how to advise on calibration. Turns out one needs to calibrate the Rain Gauge to create sure it's accurate. I had to look up other user's information on how to do this, as the NETATMO technical service technicians were completely ignorant and incompetent. Unfortunately I invested in a weather station. I WOULD NOT INVEST IN NETATMO AGAIN.
I purchased the Netatmo Intelligent Rain Gauge (model number NWS02RG) fresh to go along with my Netatmo Intelligent Weather Station on July 05, 2019. I have never had an problem with the weather station and thought it would be nice to know actual rainfall totals for my address to support know how much to water my lawn. I liked the integration with the Netatmo app. However, on October 06, 2019 I noticed that the gauge was no longer reporting rainfall. Thinking that the batteries had died I took it down to replace with newly purchased batteries to no avail. At this point the device appears to be non-functional at only 90 days after purchase. Netatmo's www service is not straightforward about how to create a warranty claim but I believe I started that process today. Other reviewers have noted that Netatmo is difficult to work with in regards to warranty claims. I will modernize this review with my experience.Overall, when the gauge worked it seemed to work well but I don't have a method to measure it's accuracy. I've only given one star for "easy to install" since the device does not come with the mounting bracket or other hardware you will need to actually install it. Here's a link to the bracket I ordered: If you don't wish to use this type of bracket you will need to search some other method to secure the gauge as it only weighs, with batteries, approximately 210 g. Just setting it on a table outdoors in a storm will effect in it getting blown away and/or cause interference with measurement accuracy. You would think that a little bucket gauge with a wireless radio that sells for $80 would come with everything required to actually use the this point I cannot recommend this product due to its failure after only 90 days of use.
If you have a netatmo weather station, do you self a favor and obtain the rain gauge too. It integrates very well. You can also setup rules with IFTTT to do things like send you a text notice when it starts raining. It is my understanding that there will soon be a wind sensor as e Rain gauge has a 1/4's mount on the bottom. Its the same as for a camera D-SLR etc. Do you self a favor and obtain a mount for it as well. one worked amazing for me. Mounted it on a wall. It has enough height to be above the wall as not to obtain an splashing or block rain from coming e only negative thing i have to say about it is that it is plastic. I live in desert south west. The sun is harsh here. I have not had the gauge that long and i can already see the plastic changing colors. Being that the ideal spot for a rain gauge is in an begin zone away from obstructions this thing is in full sun. I do not have high hopes for it lasting very long. I might test and obtain some copper and wrap it to create it keep up better.
The device took over 30 mins before it started showing CO2 level. After that I think it is working but not forsure. I also had problem determining how the batteries went in. Being I'm blind, I couldn't determine how the batteries went in. I had a sighted person support me and they even had some problem determining how the batteries went for now, things are giving readings, just can't say it is updating every 5 minutes.** Updated Feb. e station is still working. Thing to note! From time to time, it will just stop logging information. At that point, you need to unplug the base unit and plug it back in before things will begin working again. Also updated the firmware from 134 to 137 on base unit and it still from time to time just stops working. Also tried putting an UPS backup on the unit so it always has power. It still locks up from time to time. Over the corse of the latest year I would say it stops working about every 2 months or so. I shouldn't have to restart the unit at would also be nice if they created an newer unit that would handle more indoor sensors like up to 10 of them so I could have one in each room. 3 is very small.
SUPER UNHAPPY! For two months I tried to connect two of these to my Netatmo base without success. During this time I tried to contact Netatmo 10x for help, again without success. Netatmo was unresponsive. THERE IS NO CUSTOMER SUPPORT!!! Note that 30 days after I returned the product I did obtain a generic email response from Netatmo. To small to late. Dear Netatmo; Begin a customer chat and help your loyal customers!
This additional sensor works well. I used it connected with IFTTT to trigger WEMO switches to turn on window air conditioners. I am in a very old house with baseboard heating, no vents and getting central air is almost impossible with a garage in the basement. Anways product works well does not give you decibel levels but gives temp and CO2 levels. I only gave it a 4 and not 5 because the set up was a bit wonkey it took too much screwing around to finally obtain it to be recognized and connect. There was no rhyme or reason why it was not working just suddenly did with no change to the process I was using. Other than the initial pairing to the app/main base station the product has been working great.
Just about plug-n-play giving me data from a greenhouse to monitor temperature, humidity, and CO2 levels with a easy application on my phone or with more detail on my Windows 10 PC. This indoor module was added to an existing system with a rainfall and wind speed and direction module. Note: you have to have an existing Netatmo weather module for this add-on to communicate to over WiFi. My greenhouse is about 30 feet away from the home module and give a reliable connection through the home's walls.
Simple to set up. Connection is quite solid. Info is presented in nice form. You can use the IF application to make a everyday spreadsheet of data although it would be nicer to have a historical export capability within the app. I have 2 extra Indoor modules in addition to my main module and the outdoor temperature, plus the rain gage. When I set this module up, I also discovered you can modify the calibration. It allows me to hold a close eye on my house when I'm on vacation.
Once set up, Netatmo gear works amazing and provides a wealth of info about the environment it's e only complaint I have is the setup. I have consistently had to remove the batteries, reinsert them, and wait for the base station to recognize it multiple times. This time, I had to unplug the base station and plug it back in for it to finally see the fresh indoor module. I also have the rain gauge and had a related issue with its setup as well.If netatmo can fix this issue it would be perfect.
This was simple to connect to powered inside unit. It easily can communicate with the main device through the flooring. I have it installed in my crawlspace and hasn't lost the connection at all.
Can someone explain why I have added my private weather station five times, and it works for a few hours, then tells me I need to add a weather station? So broken. edit: I have increased my rating because changing the settings fixed this. It's nice overall but kind of clunky for an app.
The good: lots of stations (including a Weather Underground station a few hundred feet from my house!); very feature packed; amazing UI. The not-so-good: clunky (slow loading); the 4x1 & 4x2 widgets should reflect current conditions, not a 4-day forecast. Four stars for now...
Could not obtain the font size to change, tried everything that the developer said to do. The numbers are so huge in landscape mode that you can't read anything from the application on the screen. I really wanted to love this application as it looked like the excellent thing to have on a smartphone running all the time on the kitchen counter. Can I obtain my cash back?
This is absolutely, by far, the best weather station application I've seen - well worth the price! The application is fantastic, but I do have two questions: First - is there a method to set the number of days being forecast? The default seems to be a 10-day forecast and that gets chop off on everything except my biggest (9 inch) tablet... Second - I would never have asked these questions here, but when I tried to submit a question through the application it made me sign into my Dropbox account, and then... Nothing. I was in my Dropbox account. No "shared weather station inquiry folder" or some such to leave a notice in if that was your intent...
I really want I hadn't wasted my cash on this. The display text is HUGE (even though I have it set for tiniest font), and I have to modernize the application widget three times to obtain a current 5-day forecast - it just gets stuck for days and days on end if I don't actually tap the widget, begin it up and do that three various times, in a row. Then the forecast will advance. The widget also only refreshes once in a while - I've had it go as a lot of as 32 hoirs without it refreshing the current weather conditions. The ONLY reason I still use it is because it is the only weather application I have found that will let me plug my own PWS info from Weather Underground into it, and shows precipitation, and monthly precipitation. But I'm almost ready to uninstall this and just go without weather. That's how poor and annoying I'm finding this now.
I'd actually give a 3.5. I've had this for a year and a half now. In that time they changed to what appears to be a subscription mode, so my Weather Underground acc is no longer supported. That sorely annoyed me when I realized it upon installing in a newer device. That said, it works well and look beautiful good. There are some layout problems that leave chunks of empty zone where something useful could go. This is a amazing method to repurpose an older tablet.
Without a doubt, this is the best weather application on the market. This is almost identical to my own weather station at home. My only suggestion is to create it capable of keeping it on the screen like a screen saver until you wanted to use your smartphone for something else, if you could do that then I would give it 10 (YES TEN ) stars. Thank you for such a amazing app.
Can't weigh this application up. I like it, or I really wish to like it but there's just something missing. All I wish is for the BBC weather to tell me the current conditions and forecast, I've entered the BBC weather zone id but nothing happens, it still shows Norway met and weather underground, the main reason for buying this application was the fact that you stated one of the weather providers was bbc weather. I'm confused. Shouldn't be a paid app, it's dated and very slow.
Improved! I reinstalled this about a week ago and wow! this application has improved 10 fold since my latest use about 1 year ago. the UI is slick and weather has been spot on over the latest week without lag in updating. Now it's a keeper! Thanks and hold up the amazing work.
Amazing application but lacks some expected function The application is amazing and works well on my galaxy s4 but the data extraction options could be substantially improved. The option for regular data intervals or alerts to be sent via email or SMS would be great. Then I could leave this device in a put to monitor conditions and check in on it from my current phone. Or, log data periodically back to a server... or shell access to the app. Any kind of live feed would be an perfect addition.
IMHO, not really worth it. I bought it to have more exact measurement, however, temperature calibration for battery does not work reliably on my Samsung S4. with "experimental" feature enabled, it shows 5-7 degrees less than mercury thermometer. other than that, it's almost the same thing as the free version.
Simple, secure, functional. I paid for the premium ver of this app simply because the free ver works so beautifully and does not require subversive permissions. No ads, no junk, accurate rains of the sensors that my phone contains. (Whether or not those sensors are providing accurate data is my phone's problem, though so far there have been no issues.)
Who's wrong? Before upgrading a few months ago, I contacted Samsung directly to see if the S6 had temperature & humidity sensors & they assured me a few times that it did. The application doesnt see them though if they are there. I loved this on my S4. Amazing for tracking the relationship between weather & my asthma symptoms. :/
Galaxy S7 clearly has a humidity and temp sensor Galaxy S7 clearly has a temp sensor and humidity sensor. Go do some reseach devs. Why your app does not help it who knows. You should fix it fast and u might create some more $$$. Until then im getting my refund..
Amazing app, works amazing BUT CRUDE widgets Amazing app, works amazing BUT Widgets are ugly and temperamental. Font size and orientation is ugly and can't be configured properly. Why centered texts in Widgets? Colour are out of wack, there is no minimalistic setup and elegance. Font sizes are crude. No method to change fonts. "Everything you are complaining about is customizable":- NO IT IS NOT- can't change bold fonts, or font type, centered text cannot be left or right aligned, colour icons cannot be changed. Waits for GPS lock and not install widget.
Amazing Application This is a amazing app. What I like: I like the fact you can obtain simple access to measurements with the widgets. The Application is very configurable and the developer is responsive to Emails (most important). Improvements: I would like to be able to zoom in on the graph.
It's amazing. I bought a Galaxy S4 just because of this app. Seriously. Once I found out the S4 had all the sensors, and I wanted to use this app, it became an simple decision. Never got the free version, but the pro ver is well worth it. I was actually trying to figure out how to donate more in hopes that more cool items could be added somehow. I've been playing with it for the past 3 days and I hold finding fresh stuff. It's amazing.