If you do not mess up on the setup of this app then it will work, if you have to redo the url, just uninstall and start again. Leaf Wetness does not work, as soon as it rains, it rains it disappears. Never try to get a thank you if you donate, you will just get banned from the forum, he is the most ungrateful self centered person i have known so far,, considering he is the face of his company, its a joke. ps, if it works for him then evidently there is NO problem, just ignore the fact that there are more than one variation to the setup of WD, not every PC, WD and station are the same. This app is ok if ya get the url to the clientraw right 1st go
Just doesn't work, almost Impossible to enter url, and even harder to edit them, can't change to degC even if it's set to metric..100% fail..And I so wanted it to work..Refuses to connect to anything...Very odd app
Cannot input clientraw.txt address. If I'm address is 72.184.xxx.xxx It will insert 72 right after the one and your I'm will look like 72.17284.xxx.xxx
He can do better than this POS app. Not possible to edit the url for clientraw, no input if the file name has to be added and overall look and fee is really terrible... cmon Brian, deliver something usable and charge a few buck for it. I would not mind paying a bit...
Keeps my Weather Display data with me This app keeps my Weather data with me no mater where I am, works great.
Great addition to Weather Display! So many times I go from my doorway to the office where my weather station console is located to check the weather before going outside. Now I can just pull up this app on my smartphone from anywhere in the house! Very nice!!
Along with a new version of WD (build 199 new update)
you can now get the data from over the internet, from your clientraw.txt file on your web site (enter that URL into WD: setup,send data to WDliveapp,enter url)
The you need to run the app connected to your WIFI at least once to pick and store that sent URL
Vers 8: improvement for knowing if connected at all to WIFI or Mobile on start up (to prevent a crash on start up)