Works well! I can control my milight clones with my watch, very nice. It's looks well designed, although still a bit buggy. When enabled the notifications on my LG G4 (5.1) it stops the phone from turning on in standby, so disabled that. And I don't understand the message in the wifi settings for Wear, do I need to enable or disable it?
Very Nice App. Has potential. Easily took control of my Milight, just had to modify the IP address. Could see a few things added to improve it. But overall it's clear, easy & a very nice app. Would like to see these additions: allow widget modifications(select which switches show), all light controls to show up when entering app - not just control of 1 particular switch, alarm feature added (other apps have this, very neat feature). Also, lock screen controller Doesn't work with Next lock screen (Microsoft app).
Great app but needed more work I'm a bit gutted this hasn't been updated in a while. There are some problems that need to be ironed out. Keeps draining power in Marshmallow and the brightness slider doesn't work correctly.
Responsive I like it, I have the easybulb plus flat, and theor app is not compatible with my tablet. So I downloaded this app and it works well, it seems more responsive than the easybulb app and it makes the light brighter since it actually tuens up the brightnes.
Not perfect but major improvement Over the default app (milight). Keep up the great work. Can't seem to get the music mode to work at all, but everything else is gravy.
Great so far! Would like some features! This is a wonderful app to control my LimitlessLED bulbs. Wish is had better integration with tasker. Would love an alarm mode that simulated a sunrise, maybe a sleep alarm that dims the lights at a certain time as well. Ability to create custom light patterns within the app would also be awesome! Good luck with development, love that you're using material design.
Small update for permissions on Android 6.0
* Android Wear Application, Control now from your watch
* Widget Improvements
* Full API to implement light control into 3rd part apps (Check out: https://github.com/eliotstocker/Light-ControllerAPI)
* Allow Host for Control Box instead of IP
* Night mode for (Supported) RGBW Bulbs
* Ability to disable Auto Discover
* Changed On/Off to Buttons (From Toggle Switch)
* Lots of other little sneaky bug fixes and tweaks