Not the cheapest solution, but it sure is pretty, Control all your smart things with one app: Yeti smart home.
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Author: Paul Hibbert
I’m all for the cheap work your ass off solutions. Watching your videos inspired me to dig through my tech and start setting up a small home automation.
Wink, I assume too?
Paul have a look at imperihome http://www.evertygo.com/imperihome
I’m cheap too but the lite app impressed me enough to spend money on the pro – one off cost. I’ve also got too many gadgets!
People call me cheap too….I prefer the term careful.
hi Paul. don’t like paying give yonomi a go as well. similar features to some extent but integrates with the amazon echo as well 🙂 bonus
Gideon is a fantastic app for home automation, support for a lot of makes and also has Widgets for iOS to easily get to your set up.
I love your videos paul would you do a video showing all the smart devices you have eg lightbulbs plug sockets etc. I didnt know maplin sold cheap plugs that can be controlled wireless
Love the video and I only do cheep too, must be a midlands thing.
Great video but I would suggest trying Yonomi as it’s a free app and it looks very similar and works in very much the same way as this app
I see this is now free (completely)
Hi Paul! I dig your channel and you have me hooked on home automation. I love the fact that you find ways around for us “ordinarily” paid people to smartify their homes for cheap!
On the back of looking at your videos, I have gotten the nest installed(free from the gas provider), got the broadlink rm pro and an amazon tap(not out in UK). The capabilities of the broadlink is unreal for the price of it.
One other piece of tech that I have is security cameras within the house (to keep an eye on dogs while in work). I spent an ages looking into all different types, expensive types until I found one called the clever dog camera. I bought three and three memory cards for less than €100. You should check them out.
Thanks again for all your videos! Only one that I couldn’t follow was Alexa-kodi as the code had changed! Keep up the good work!
Great video as always. I appreciate your ‘real person’ reviews and tutorials. I’m guessing this isn’t compatible with ‘she who shall not be named’ Think I’ll stick with the RM Pro, but always good to keep an open mind on the alternatives. Talking of which, have the nice guys at Google sent you a ‘Home’ device yet? Keep up the good work, always appreciated.
It’s A Free App now even for premium…
You would have been better off getting Stringify app Its Free
Hi Paul, great videos mate. I have used your knowledge to start setting up my own home automation. Have you come across or been asked about problems with sky hd boxes and the rm pro? I can’t get routines to work on it…the rm pro works but the sky box only sees the first button pressed?? any help would be much appreciated