MQTT Dash (IoT, Smart Home)

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About this app

Warning: This app is for nerds only :) If you don't know what MQTT is, this app is likely not for you.
- User forum:!forum/routix
- With the app you can create dashboards for your MQTT enabled IoT Smart Home devices, applications and Home automation.
- Phones and tablets are supported in both orientations
- Share metrics among devices via shared topic
- Simple and easy to use dashboard-like UI
- Designed to run 24/7 (memory efficient, reconnects automatically)
- Scripting support (JavaScript)
- Unique to the app: Image metric and custom URLs to open
- Unlike Blynk, this app uses industry standard protocol (MQTT) instead of custom one, so it's much easier to connect all of your smart devices together
Support for M2M, Sonoff, Electrodragon, esp8266, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Microcontrollers (MCU), sensors, computers, pumps, thermostats, remote control and other things.
Friends! This app was created for my own needs in my free from work time. I'm not making money from it. It doesn't contain advertisements, in-app purchases or any hidden cost, so please be considerate when rate the app.
Positive ratings are appreciated! The app will evolve depending on your ratings, because I'm investing my free time in the app.
If you are native English speaker, please help me to improve English translation of the app. So, if you are feeling, that something must be re-phrased or changed in the translation, send your corrections to me please!
Thank you!
Updated on
Mar 2, 2017

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.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Device or other IDs
This app may collect these data types
App info and performance
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

5.19K reviews
A Google user
April 21, 2020
Fantastic app! I've used it for several IoT projects, and have been amazed by how thoroughly well thought out this app is. The only thing I wish it also had was a way to group buttons together; for example I have 3 different devices each connecting to the same mqtt broker. Each device has its own set of buttons, but they're all on the same page. I could create separate pages, but having the buttons on the same page, just grouped separately in named collections would be much better for usability
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Craig Woodward
December 29, 2020
Awesome app for sending/receiving MQTT messages. It allows for multiple boards, with several types of buttons and JSON parsing functionality to show information related to sensors and such. Unfortunately, one key feature is missing: You can register for events, change the app items associated with it. But there's no way to run in the background and allow a notification if something happens. If you don't have the app active, you'll effectively miss the things going on in the background. Being able to run the in background should be as simple as allowing it in the app power management on the device. But even with that set, the app appears to not run in the background. Without the ability to post an app notification, it makes it useful for debugging, but not for every day usage.
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Michael Bruski
September 5, 2021
I'm not using this to control any devices (not yet anyway) but it is a great little app for monitoring several remote sensors. Due to my aging eyesight it is a bit difficult to read time since last reading (a little more contrast between foreground and background would be helpful). Other than that this is a great little app.
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What's new

- Finally! big icons update!
- Ignore clicks, if metric is in intermediate state