Control your Hunter irrigation system(s) remotely using this app or using a web browser from anywhere in the world (note: internet access required).
The app allows for -
• Control of multiple Hydrawise/Hunter irrigation controllers
• Landscape and irrigation contractor management
• Manually start, stop (or suspend) individual irrigation zones
• Configure watering schedules and zones
• Configure flow, rain and soil moisture sensors
• View watering and rainfall reports
• View watering schedules and history
• View forecast and current weather conditions
• Attach images to each of your irrigation zones
This app requires a valid account at http://hydrawise.com. An account is free. To actually turn your sprinklers on or off remotely a Hydrawise-Ready Hunter irrigation controller is required - this can be purchased from your local Hunter distributor.
With a Hunter HC Irrigation Controller you can -
• Save water by automatically adjust watering schedules based on local weather conditions
• Control the system from anywhere in the world using your web browser or iPhone app
• Water more when it is hot, water less when it is cold or has rained
• Get reports on watering history, rainfall and temperatures
• Manage multiple irrigation controllers from the one account
This release includes small bug fixes
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Good app but needs end user customization improvements
Second season I have been using it and I do like the app a lot, but there are a couple things that drive me nuts. I use the reports section quite a bit and it defaults to the last week. So the first thing I have to do is change it to today and it does not retain the end user changes from session to session. Also the total water usage totals don’t always jive with the flow meter totals. Would be really nice if the app let you download the data into your own spreadsheet for further analysis.
Don’t pay for the 5 weather stations service. For me it’s proven highly inaccurate. The only modification trigger that has helped me is the % chance of rain to abort watering. There is much room for improvement here to have it interface with your own weather observations at your exact location.
All in all I like the app and hope they continue to enhance it. User defaults would be a huge plus.
Glitchy and not user friendly
The performance is not very consistent- right now I can’t edit the zones - the pages won’t load. Every time I interact with the app there is always some different performance issue. Other things: I constantly have to log in with my email address (no “remember me” option). This is a real pain if my hands are wet or I’m wearing gloves. I agree with the other reviewer about the default report to week and need to always switch to day. The overall intersections of options are really not intuitive- setting a time on a zone is required, then you put it on a program schedule that overrides that, so the zone schedule time is no longer used or relevant. It’s not clear what zone settings vs program schedules are driving at any point in time. Overall insight into my set up is lacking. My water usage grew dramatically last month (based on my water bill) - I didn’t have insight into that. Perhaps I’ll add a flow meter, but out of the box I’m not seeing something like “total minutes programmed per day” or something that would give me a sense of what I’ve programmed over time and to make sure I did not cross my wires among all the levels of set up. Finally, the help pages are well documented but aren’t consistent with what I see in the app. Thanks. Ps if this gets posted note that every nickname I was required to enter to post was taken.
Overall I like it, but there’s room for improvement
The app and controller have a lot of features I like and opening the app and the app connecting to the controller is by far faster and app tuns smoother than the rainbird app and their ESP-TM2 that I had before purchasing and installing the hunter hydrawise pro hc. But theres still is a delay with loading when first opening the app that could be improved more. I’m not sure if it’s possible because havn’t figured it out if it is possible, being able to have the option to set each zone at multiple different watering run lengths for each program start time’s instead of only being able to set each zone at only one run length each for all the programmed start times it is set to run on.
Also would be nice to be able to see which exact zone the Reports chart is referring to under the Water Usage Flow Rates measurements when you click on one of the measurements instead of it only saying “There were 1 zones active at this time” without indicating what zone it was. Besides those things I have no actual complaints.
- Caterra Pty Ltd
- 120.5 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Turkish
- Age Rating
- © Hunter Industries
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.