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About this app

The Flume app connects with a Flume Water Sensor installed on your home’s water meter. Flume enables customers to manage, monitor, and conserve water in their home.

Catch Water Leaks and Protect Your Home
Surprises are fun, but not when it comes to leaks. Flume alerts you of abnormal (or accidental) water usage to give you peace of mind whether you’re at home or away.

Down-to-the-Minute Water Use Data
Flume helps you paint a picture of your household’s water use. Dig into the data—down to the one-hundredth of a gallon—and find new ways to reduce your water use.

Overflowing with Savings
A device that pays for itself. Flume automatically suggests a budget so you can cap your consumption and creates leak notifications to catch costly drips.

Simple Self-Installation. No Plumbing Necessary.
Set up and install Flume in minutes. Just strap it to your water meter. No pipe cutting. No wiring. No appointments. No plumbers.

To purchase a Flume Water Sensor, visit https://flumewater.com
Updated on
Jul 23, 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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This app may collect these data types
Personal info, Messages and 4 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

313 reviews
Eugene S
June 17, 2024
App improvements are needed. First it has to be able to send text alerts, imagine during the night you have put your phone to do not disturb mode and you're not getting the Apple alert properly. Another problem is the alert minimum flow resolution is 0.1 gpm, while the latest water meters identify much smaller amount of the flow, hence you won't be able to set any alert on such leaks. It's all easy to implement in the app by developers, hope to see those.
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Robin Donatello
August 12, 2022
Their main feature is the "intelligent" categorization of water usage (e.g. dishwasher, outdoor, etc) yet I'd say the accuracy is close to 50%. My main issue with this is that they don't have a way for the user to correct the category labels (which would improve their model) . So until then, its great to see overall usage, and detect leaks, but don't trust the detailed usage categories.
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Connor Poole
September 30, 2023
It's nice to have a rough estimate of what you use in a month. But their anomaly algorithms are the worst I have ever seen. I get an alert for usage every day when the sprinklers go on and I get an "suspected leak" alert once or twice a week. It's totally useless. Meant today when I actually did have a leak I just ignored the app. The developers really need to look into a better heuristic for anomalies. An LSTM would easily learn my patterns, it's just a damn sprinkler system.