Ruuvi Station 4+

An easy way to use RuuviTags

Ruuvi Innovations Ltd. (Oy)

    • 5.0 • 2 Ratings
    • Free



Hello, Friend.

Ruuvi Station is an easy and fun way to use Ruuvi sensors at home and for your hobbies. The app is specifically designed to work with our open-source weatherproof RuuviTag Bluetooth sensors.

Ruuvi Station collects temperature, relative air humidity, air pressure, signal strength (RSSI) and movement data from all nearby RuuviTag devices, and displays this data in real-time. Ruuvi Station allows you to manage your RuuviTag devices, change background photos and visualise the gathered weather information.

To use the app, get RuuviTag sensors from our official website:

How does it work?

RuuviTag is an environmental sensor that continuously broadcasts sensor data over Bluetooth. This data can then be collected on any nearby device that has Ruuvi Station app installed. No Bluetooth pairing required.

RuuviTag devices have an excellent energy consumption profile with an average of 3 years battery life.

What else?

Ruuvi Station offers numerous possibilities to use RuuviTags, but that’s not all! Ruuvi devices are 100% open-source and can be used not only by private consumers, but also by businesses, developers, students and makers.

Read more about different ways to use the sensors:

What’s New

Version 1.2.1

- Simple Widget is here in Ruuvi Station iOS.

- Removed language selection from the app settings and support Apple's per-app language settings approach.

Bug fixes:
- Fixed an issue where virtual sensors may show the wrong name.
- Fixed an issue where updating the virtual sensors name or location may not immediately affect the sensor settings screen.
- Fixed an issue where German localization may not be working properly on the onboarding screen.
- Fixed an issue where toggling cloud mode may not be transitioning the mode smoothly.

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

Chris350 ,

Good little device!

Can you fix the app? The latest update put a comma on the temperature. Here in the USA we like decimal places. Currently the temperature will show 29,67. I prefer the older way of 29.67. Fix this please. Thanks

Developer Response ,

Hi Chris350 and thanks for your feedback! Check your language selection in the app settings. It should use dot for decimal in US region.

App Privacy

The developer, Ruuvi Innovations Ltd. (Oy), indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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