Once you've managed to have your LED bulbs recognized by your Wemo LINK using the Belkin app, close it for good and use this app to control all of your LED bulbs quickly and easily.
WemoLEDs starts much faster, runs and switches your LEDs much faster, and enables more of your LED function than Belkin's app. It runs on many more versions of android and uses a tiny fraction of the system resources needed by Belkin's and other apps.
Use widgets on your home screen to directly switch your bulbs on, off, set a sleep timer, or a fade timer. Assign your own images to the bulbs to create a custom home automation control panel assembled from widgets on your tablet.
Set an alarm to ease your lights down or off in the evening or gently (or abruptly!) wake you in the morning. Use the Presets (with widgets) to create single touch buttons for changing your LEDs to match your mood or needs - more flexible than simple groups. Create a "Sleep" preset to gently move all of your LEDs to a nightlight mode, or "Morning" to wake to a slow brightening. A "Party" preset could turn them on bright, or a "Movie" preset could dim the lights for the show!
Break free of Belkin - now you can easily create groups of bulbs, easily rename bulbs and groups, and change group members. Directly control each bulb even it's a member of a group. Access the hidden LED capabilities such as the transition and fader functions.
This app currently supports Wemo and GE zigbee connected bulbs using the WemoLink aka WemoBridge.
Note that this app is for local control of your LEDs only. When remote access is needed consider WemoManager or use the Belkin app. WemoLEDs can be used together with WemoHome, WemoManager, and even the Belkin app.
Yes, this app supports Automagic and Tasker for automation, see the developer's website for details.
Refund policy - take your time to trying out all of the features. If after your purchase you find you don't like the app email me your order number and I will put through a refund.
In contrast to the manufacturer's cloud management, this app has instance access and response. No more shivering/sweating, waiting and wondering - you can make and see the change instantly. Keep an android phone or tablet by your bed as an alarm clock and handy thermostat!
The cloud based app provided by the manufacturer is fine, but this app provides a few advantages. First, it's instant, no waiting for the cloud service to notice and change your system. Second, it has a widget so you can see what's going on at a glance. Finally, it's local - there's no security risk to your network (externally connected devices can serve as bridges to break into your home network).
This app uses the internal URL (IP) and the manufacturer's API of the thermostat. It is for use within your home only. Don't expose your thermostat URL outside of your home network! The thermostat does not provide security to protect it's URL or data, and this app cannot add security on it's own. If you need to change the temperature settings while away from home, use their cloud service.
This really is a free app, not ad supported! If you would like to support the development of this application and others like it, consider purchasing the companion CT-30 schedule editor or the CT-30 server.
Note - this app only supports functions provided by the CT-30 API. Functions such as holiday mode, filter, etc, are not provided.
For secure remote access, you can use SSH passthru, or use my CT-30 server. You can find setup instructions for using an SSH server on my website.
The CT-30 server can be used on any spare android tablet, and there's a stand alone java jar version that will run on any spare computer supporting java. Whichever you use must be dedicated (on and connected within your network) to provide remote access. Accessing the secure server from this client requires a subscription with a free 7 day trial period - cancel within that time to avoid charges if the server doesn't work for you.
NOTE: The CT-30 has a built in web server that tends to be a little unstable and occasionally drops requests from the app. When this happens (or when your phone is not able to connect to the thermostat) the widget and the app will show ?'s instead of the temperature. It will attempt to reconnect every few minutes (less often if not on wifi).
The CT-30 server can eliminate this problem as it buffers requests to the thermsotat.