Weather@Home

3.2
138 reviews
10K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

This is the latest version.The Oregon Scientific Weather@Home Bluetooth weather series offers you the added convenience of App connectivity allowing you to view weather data collected by the product on your BLE-enabled smart device. With up to 50m transmission range, you can freely move around your house while checking out the latest updates.
- Requires Weather@Home Bluetooth Weather series. (Model no. : BAR218HG, RAR213HG or EMR211)
- Weather information provided varies over different models, including :
- +12hrs Weather Forecast
- Air pressure
- Indoor Temperature & Humidity
- Outdoor Temperature & Humidity
- Hourly 7days history
- Sync time for main unit
- Customizable sensor labeling for each channel
Updated on
Aug 30, 2018

Data safety

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3.2
138 reviews
swuju hadep
November 30, 2020
Actually does work well for me, IF location is turned on. To save battery, I keep location turned off, so I have to turn it back on just to use the app. Don't know why it needs location but at least it's not sending that info anywhere, since my firewall doesn't show any network activity from this app.
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A Google user
November 19, 2018
Amazing - This app is even worse than the previous version. Something I didn't think was possible. Connection with the weather station is sporadic and unpredictable. When I want to review weather data, I have to be prepared to repeatedly restart the app. Like the old app, it has to be uninstalled and reloaded frequently, and the weather station reset - Piece of junk!
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Alex Gibson
July 23, 2020
Poor. I used the previous app and unit and both worked well. I have since purchased a new unit and installed the new app. They pair, but no information passes between the two despite multiple attempts. Don't bother with this if you're looking for a Bluetooth device. App software was last updated 30 August 2018, so it seems bugs aren't being rectified even though Oregon are still selling the unit.
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