THE GOOD: We use this app for our American Standard 940 and 950 thermostats. We love that we can see runtime history for the 940 single zone. We love that we can adjust the temperature using temporary and permanent holds. We love being able to see the damper status of the 950 for our 3 zones. NOW THE LACKING: unlike the 940, we can't see runtime history of the 950, I think it's because we have more than 1 zone. We HATE that we can't use the app for changing the scheduling of either system.
App is OK. The product is pretty solid. Recently I keep getting a red pop up that says unable to connect to nexia. In about 20 seconds, it goes away and the app functions as it should. After any action or button pressed, I get "unknown error has occurred" but the function works (like turning on or off a light). It's annoying that the red pop up happens because I can't do anything until it goes away.
The newer versions of this app amounts to being spyware. Despite it being indicated that geo fencing, and with it location tracking, may be turned off doing so in app settings has no impact. The only way to get it to stop is to kill the app... each and every time the device is rebooted. This needs to be addressed.
Just installed this on my Pixel. I'm not using the geofence feature so I have no clue why that's on? I disabled it like it recommended but it still displays a constant notification. Uninstalling to conserve phone real estate space. Please alert the hundreds of complaining users when this is fixed so we can improve our ratings and download this again.
Edit: Now I have a constant notification for Geofencing that, despite the instructions, cannot be disabled in the settings. The new update puts a constant notification telling you to enable voice control. This notification can't be dismissed and stays on all the time it is running. It doesn't matter if voice control is enabled or not. By the way, the voice control doesn't work anyway. Company needs to test its software before releasing.
Update: Uninstalled again. App says geofencing can be disabled in settings, but it still will not allow you to stop geofencing without killing the task and disabling location. Until this is fixed, the app will remain a data big and still not be worth using. It works, but since the recent update, it constantly reverts to the temperature seeing that was set before the app update. I have to manually set it with the thermostat in order to change the setting.
* Fixed an issue that blocked users running Android 4.x from entering the app
* Temporarily disabled voice control feature on Android 4.x
* We expect to be able to re-enable this shortly