It does in fact work with the VeraEdge I've always entered my Vera username using title case. Don't do that. With AutoVera / UI7 / Vera Edge combo, you need to enter your username as all lowercase. I've said it before and I'll continue hammer on this issue - all of this developer's apps could benefit immensely from having formal, comprehensive documentation. I can't be the only one frustrated with this. Until recently, documentation and support existed almost exclusively as a G+ community. There is now a forum, though it is new and not yet very populated. But, community support is not a substitute for documentation. Regarding the app itself - like many other plugins from this developer, it is quite powerful and flexible, but a bit complex and difficult to reign in if what you're looking to do is make something resembling an app rather than just have a couple of singular tasks that perform a singular function. In my case it took weeks to make something with AutoVera and AutoCast that turns on all the televisions in my house and displays information about what area of the house smoke or CO was detected in.
Love the app, does exactly what I need App works amazingly, does everything I want it to. Integrates seamlessly with my Vera3 and I'm able to control all of my devices easily. Notification on device state change is pretty cool too. I've been able to set up some awesome tasks and scenes with tasker and my Vera3. Props to Joao, looks like he's done it again with this app. Edit: Apparently there is an unlock key that I missed. Love it! Changing my review to 5 stars.
Glad someone finally wrote something like this... I've been asking mi casa verde to put links to there devies/scense on the desktop for a long time. Glad someone finally did it. And it seems responsive. At least fast enough to be usable. The vera app frustrates me because it takes so long to do anything it would be far quicker for me to physically do it. Autovera is much more responsive. That being sad this app is buggy. You need to specifically load a list of devices with the autovera app in order to add them to tasker. I don't understand why a user should have to specifically do that. It would be less confusing if autovera downloaded the list when you try to add a task. I wish it could access vera modes (Away, Vacation, etc). You can simulate a lot of what a mode is but it's difficult to use scenes to disable use of scenes that periodically execute. It's also confusing that your first vera is not automatically marked as your favorite vera. Switches can be turned on or off, but not toggled. Toggling would be nice. It would be a much better user experience if the autovera app used a wizard format if there are not configured vera units.
Sort of powerful, but a resource hog The part of AutoVera which runs as an app on your Vera controller is a resource hog, considerably slowing down response times while installed. The app itself is also not particularly powerful. You can more safely, and easily, I'll point out, duplicate this behavior using Vera Alerts and Tasker to read notifications. As for ibteracting with Vera, find another solution. AutoVera has the typically cryptic UI that is standard for apps by this dev. I use some of his other apps, but this one stinks.
Please read I really like your apps, except for one thing - they are installed as an openable app. How come it's not installed as a plugin?
Works well so far with veraedge This is just a really solid app which I'm finding is rare in the world of home automation.
- bug fixes
A plugin to show user-configurable Material Design Snackbars and Bottom Sheets