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openHAB

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Description of openHAB

openHAB - "empowering the smart home" - vendor and technology agnostic open source home automation

openHAB is a Java-based open-source home automation platform that integrates and combines a vast range of different smart home systems and technologies into one single solution.

On top of the unified abstraction layer all connected devices are available for the overarching automation rule engines and different user interfaces.

Supported Products

Over 200 specific add-ons provide support for brands, devices, technologies and communication protocols. Examples are Z-Wave, Philips Hue, Amazon Echo, Chromecast and Sonos. Discover all available add-ons and supported devices and/or functions at: https://www.openhab.org/addons/

The app has an action plugin for Tasker and Locale included.

Open Source Community

The openHAB open source initiative strongly supports its vibrant community. The forum with over 13,000 registered users is a place to find guidance, help and inspiration. Join the openHAB community forum over at https://community.openhab.org

When you find an issue please report it in the forum or at https://github.com/openhab/openhab-android/issues

If you want to translate the app into your language join us at https://crowdin.com/project/openhab-android

openHAB Foundation

The openHAB Foundation e.V. is a nonprofit organization with the mission to educate the public about the possibilities and benefits of free and open smart home solutions. Learn about the mission and the services of the foundation under https://www.openhabfoundation.org

Important note

You need an openHAB server for this app.

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More Information Of openHAB

lable: Lifestyle - Apps Current Version:2.18.0 Publish Date:2021-09-28 Developer:openHAB Foundation

User Reviews

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Mike O 2017-12-21

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It\'s broken! Can\'t use volume keys to dim lights anymore. Feel like a crippled Apple user now. And new icon sucks. Looks too much like OpenVPN icon. Old review: It\'s a 3.5. Maybe a 4. If it supported multiple servers it wouldn\'t be less than a 4.5. Multiple sitemaps on the same server it\'ll see but I have to rely on 3hou.se to use my setup at work AND home without changing settings all the time. 3hou.se actually auto detects servers too. Can we get that here? Kthxbai!
Mike O 2017-12-21

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It\'s broken! Can\'t use volume keys to dim lights anymore. Feel like a crippled Apple user now. And new icon sucks. Looks too much like OpenVPN icon. Old review: It\'s a 3.5. Maybe a 4. If it supported multiple servers it wouldn\'t be less than a 4.5. Multiple sitemaps on the same server it\'ll see but I have to rely on 3hou.se to use my setup at work AND home without changing settings all the time. 3hou.se actually auto detects servers too. Can we get that here? Kthxbai!
Witek Wojcik 2019-02-21

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Good app, works as expected. I\'d however add an authentication layer (PIN or fingerprint) as typically people expose so much of sensitive control over their houses and anyone who has access to the phone can use it (obviously after inserting password first but this is assumed to happen once and get stored in the app data)
Witek Wojcik 2019-02-21

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Good app, works as expected. I\'d however add an authentication layer (PIN or fingerprint) as typically people expose so much of sensitive control over their houses and anyone who has access to the phone can use it (obviously after inserting password first but this is assumed to happen once and get stored in the app data)
A Google user 2019-10-25

15
Steep learning curve but the most comprehensive smart home software out there. If you can think it, you can build it with openhab. Connect al kind of brands and services together with this framework.
Greg 2020-07-31

13
The setting to use svg icons is missing. It used to be there. It is on the iOS app. I use svg icons and now they don\'t work when switches are used. The icons don\'t change state anymore. It turns out it is the data saver option that stopped the refresh of the icons. All good now. I have 2 identical phones and one worked and the other didn\'t and now i know why. Data saver! Thanks for the help. It was the data saver on the phone setting and not the data saver on the app!
Greg 2020-07-31

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The setting to use svg icons is missing. It used to be there. It is on the iOS app. I use svg icons and now they don\'t work when switches are used. The icons don\'t change state anymore. It turns out it is the data saver option that stopped the refresh of the icons. All good now. I have 2 identical phones and one worked and the other didn\'t and now i know why. Data saver! Thanks for the help. It was the data saver on the phone setting and not the data saver on the app!
Peter Shoesmith 2020-05-08

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Was good. Update introduced a bug in the setpoint widgets. For a setpoint widget with step=0.5, if the widget has a current value with a fraction, e.g. 14.5, the widget behaves correctly. But, if the current value is a whole number, e.g. 14, then the list of values are displayed as integers with each value twice, e.g. 13,13,14,14,15,15 etc., i.e. 14.5 is displayed as 14. Also, the up arrow increments by 1, and the down arrow doesn\'t work. Fixed - All good now, thanks!
Peter Shoesmith 2020-05-08

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Was good. Update introduced a bug in the setpoint widgets. For a setpoint widget with step=0.5, if the widget has a current value with a fraction, e.g. 14.5, the widget behaves correctly. But, if the current value is a whole number, e.g. 14, then the list of values are displayed as integers with each value twice, e.g. 13,13,14,14,15,15 etc., i.e. 14.5 is displayed as 14. Also, the up arrow increments by 1, and the down arrow doesn\'t work. Fixed - All good now, thanks!
Johnny Bastian 2019-03-27

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Took me a while to figure out how to set this up, but that\'s no surprise given its flexibility in handling a wide variety of devices. Documentation isn\'t perfect, but you can get most of your answers from examples and forum discussions . Ed. 2019Mar: 2 years and still going strong.Upgrades to OpenHAB and its bindings and extensions can kill things. You\'ll need from forums, documentations, and other users experiences to fix, upgrade, or workaround. HABPanel helps you do away with this app for most practical purposes, The review is about the whole of OpenHAB and not just this app.