At first it was a bit tricky to setup, it helped to disable mobile data to connect to the Wio device. Once that is done, it's easy to use, and the steps to connect a device and a grove are very easy to follow. Usage is quite basic, but it also provides access to more advanced possibilities. The groves have proper images so are easy to add. Most of the groves are supported as well, so the list of devices becomes quite long so a search or filter function would be a nice extra.
I just cant get past the wifi page. I've already connected my phone to my home wifi and the app states to allow permission for wifi usage for app. So i enable all permissions but still......the wiolink cant connect to wifi at all. Sad.
Total Let Down The App won't even go past the screen after choosing the WioLink. The screenshots online talk about a button that says "Show Wifi List" but this app only has a next button.
Great little app if you need a quick IoT prototype. The pairing took a few tries but worked eventually. Wish the modules were a bit more readily available though
Works well, does what I need it to Especially now that it's been updated to better support private servers. Still not sure how to use the I2C hub. Use wio-cli to configure your wio link. Google sign in errors.
Works to a degree. Almost all of the groves have no image and none of the grove ports show any information after you drag and drop. The APIs are good but I wouldn't say they're for beginners. After fiddling almost blindly I was able to get it to register a button press. Then I used Tasker to give me a toast every time it's pushed. So the potential is definitely there, but the app could be a bit better.
- update google sign-in
- update generic digital input driver
- Support Grove - Voltage Divider
- Update Grove - BMP085
- Fixed a few bugs
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