4.7
959 reviews
50K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

→ Take control of your home energy use.

Sense empowers you to use energy more efficiently, lower your electricity bills and reduce your carbon footprint.

→ Save energy. Save money.

See how much energy your home is consuming in real time and how it compares to previous months right from your phone. Understand how your activity impacts your electric bill and get tips on how to save. People who use Sense save, on average, 8% on their electric bill.

→ Uncover energy hogs. Minimize waste.

Did you know many devices in your home consume energy even when not in use? Whether they’re always on by default or have become inefficient over time, Sense can provide you with the information you need to reduce your energy waste and determine whether it’s time to upgrade that old AC or dryer.

→ Get real-time notifications. Keep your home running smoothly.

Gain peace of mind by ensuring that everything in your home is working the way it should. Worried about heavy rains? Get notified if your sump pump isn’t running! Forgot to turn off the oven? Sense can notify you. Customize notifications to ensure that your loved ones at home are safe and well-protected.

→ Monitor your home from anywhere.

Know what’s happening at any time. Whether you’re at the office, running errands, or spending quality time with your family, Sense’s easy-to-use mobile app will keep you informed on what’s happening in your home.

→ Reduce your carbon footprint.

Small changes have a big impact. Power is Knowledge™. Sense gives you an unprecedented view of your home. It empowers you to use energy more efficiently and reduce energy waste. So you can do your part for the environment while saving on your electric bill.

Customer support
Website: https://help.sense.com
Submit a Ticket: sense.com/contact
Updated on
Jun 5, 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
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
Personal info, App activity, and App info and performance
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

4.7
916 reviews
David Hussey
February 27, 2024
Works well overall with a few caveats. Right now connection reliability to the servers isn't perfect. Definitely take the suggested devices with a grain of salt at first... it does a good job identifying *that* there's a device based on a pattern, but you will almost always have to reclassify it, which isn't a huge deal. Also there is no way to associate multiple Sense devices with one account, so if you have a second home or shop with separate utility connection you have to pick one.
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Bill Webster
August 15, 2023
With a high sample rate, it does a nice job of showing current profiles of devices in chart form. Nice to be able to monitor from anywhere with the app. App development seems to have stopped long ago. I think it is extremely challenging to identify a device when multiple currents from devices are combined, especially when the device shuts off, so good identification may not be possible by monitoring only total current. Startup currents are often unique and identifiable.
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Calvin Bishop
October 17, 2020
We have a 2 unit apartment with a single 200 amp entrance. Sense seems to find all of the devices, but for some devices, often they are reporting they are on, likely due to the devices being too similar. I jumped on the extra clamps for the dedicated circuit so that I could clamp it on the 220v feed to the 2nd apartment's sub panel, but when setting it up it warned that it was actually only for a single device. My fault, I probably misread the promotional email. Perhaps in a software update :)
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What's new

• Updates to the support experience in Settings
• Behind-the-scenes bug fixes and improvements