A convenient mobile interface for the self-installed AlertMe home monitoring system. Check up on the state of your home at a glance, and remotely control smart-plugs or arm/disarm the hub.
Yes, this is open sourced here: http://code.google.com/p/alertme-for-android/
Your AlertMe details are stored in your phone for convenient access - this app does not communicate with anything else other than the AlertMe API.
Please note that AlertMe limits the API use to something like 1k function calls, so there is a simple caching mechanism to help not reach that.
The main aim for this app is to perform a subset of the functions of the original 'Classic' web interface, presented in an easier mobile form. The roadmap is to integrate the 'eco/energy' aspects eventually.
** KNOWN ISSUES **
A user has reported an issue with non alphanumeric characters for the username/password - this is still being investigated (time of writing: 20121214, issue raised: 20121202)
** TO APP PROMOTERS (as of Sept 13 2013 onwards) **
I have made the deliberate decision to make this a free-to-download app, so I am not interested in promoting/advertising it. If you do still contact me (which I provide mainly for *app* related feedback) I will immediately report your emails as spam
This application can also be used during the day, you can for example put your phone in silent/vibrate mode while you are at work, at school or during a meeting.
You can add more than one period, this is convenient if you want a different period for the weekend.
Thanks to Milos Mirkovic (for the icon), to David Prieto (for the Spanish translation and mockup), to Rohan Saini (Cyanogenmod 9 testing), to Tomushi (Polish translation), to Dmitriy Trt (Russian translation), to Simon Gaugler (German translation), to Lukáš Šišmiš (Slovak translation) and to Andrea Castrovilli (Italian translation)