WirelessTag

4.7
326 reviews
10K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

In version 3 more than 80% of this app is rewritten in native code to present a modern, smooth user interface familiar to anybody who use Android phones, including:

- Drawer style navigation to switch tag managers, go to account options, login/logout/new account, or add new tags.
- Swipe left/right to change between trend, event, and the familiar full featured web interface screens
- After in event screen the motion events are loaded, they will be overlaid on trend screen similar to iOS version of this app, to allow identifying reason behind temperature/humidity changes (such as door open/close).
- Quick navigation from trend screen by tapping on a tag to open its option buttons in web interface, or by tapping on the trend graph to open full graph for viewing, CSV data download or sharing.
- Unified search bar with search scope tabs similar to iOS version of this app, to quickly focus on tags of certain name/comment or in certain state (e.g. hot hoot), as well as events of certain category (e.g. motion, temperature, RH, etc) from tags with certain name. This works for web, trend and event section similarly.
- New 64-bit OpenGLES graphics code for charting, including new features such as log scale for lux chart, and faster loading using less network data through compression, and fluid scrolling similar to iOS version of this app.

- When app is launched and previously web interface is not selected, launch will be much quicker than the old app as only native portion of the app will be loaded. For viewing event and temperature data, there will be no need to load the non-native HTML part of the app.

Similar to the old version, by installing the app on your Android device, you will be able to receive push notification message on your Android phones and tablets.
Updated on
Feb 4, 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
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This app may collect these data types
Personal info, Photos and videos and 2 others
Data is encrypted in transit
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Ratings and reviews

4.7
314 reviews
A Google user
April 6, 2019
Update 4/5/19: Revised up to 2 stars. The sensors themseves are fantastic and the app has shown improvement. The app now has a temp/humidity only page however the widget still randomly stops working. Origional review: The sensors and gateway work well however the app could use a makeover. Key info is not immediately visible. Each sensor has to be expanded to view details. That becomes real time consuming with multiple sensors (look at the sensorpush app on how to be easier to read and intuitive)
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CAO Gadgets LLC
April 7, 2019
We fixed the widget with April 6 app update. Now when the widget becomes visible, it is updated automatically (doing nothing when not visible to conserve phone's battery). The 3 dot button to switch data to view also works but sometimes with a few seconds delay which is caused by Android system, so nothing we can do there.
A Google user
August 15, 2019
*****review updated**** This issue has been corrected. I use these tags everyday to monitor a remote location for temperature, motion and humidity. The fact that they integrate so well with IFTTT is a great plus and I use that functionality often to have the tags trigger my other smart devices. I would give them 5 stars except that we go through batteries very quickly. I I don't understand why the water sensor has a battery that cannot be changed ( I did manage to pry out the dead battery without breaking the sensor and replacing it a number of times). If I had not been able to do that successfully I would have had to buy new water sensors at least five times over the past two years. Lastly I have just upgraded my phone to a Moto G7 Google Fi Phone running Android 9 and the widget does not show up in the list of available widgets .
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CAO Gadgets LLC
March 6, 2019
This should have been fixed quite a while (more than a month) ago. Could you please update your review.
Tommy Formann
May 13, 2021
Great products. Software is a little clunky at first, but once you start using it, you figure it out. I've been having some issues with IFTTT connection not activating my applets recently when humidity goes below or above the threshold, but can't determine which side is causing the issue so I won't deduct any stars.
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What's new

- Improved graph date axis labels to include year when zoomed out.