iPhone Screenshots

Description

This App is designed with the user in mind and is intended to be easy to setup and to use. The app integrates quickly with the HomeGuard Cloud Alarm and allows instant access to control and manage your alarm, wherever you may be.

With the HomeGuard app, you can set up your account easily and then add multiple hubs and accessories, allowing you to manage multiple systems in different locations through easy scrolling. Move easily from one alarm hub such as your home, to another alarm hub loaded to your account such as your outbuildings or your office and access the hub or the IP cameras with a simple swipe of your finger.

Set up your hub, then add accessories such as extra siren, window and door sensors, movement sensors and water sensors, you can also name them so that in the event they are triggered, you can easily identifable.
Speak through the App to the control panel through 2-way communication and view people in your home via the cameras.

With simple Arm and Disarm via your app, you can also allocate access and admin rights to other users such as friends and family who also have the app downloaded, all at the touch of a button.

With clear symbols and easy to follow instructions, you will be up and running with your HomeGuard system in no time.

What’s New

Version 1.3.7

Add MCU Firmware Update Function

Ratings and Reviews

3.5 out of 5
30 Ratings

30 Ratings

Fin pin bbiam ,

ERA Homeguard Smart/wireless alarm

Great wireless solution . The solar siren means no climbing ladders to replace batteries along with an ear piecing alarm.

Everything is controlled via the app however the manual remotes will ensure you can disarm the alarm should your Wi-fi go ‘offline’. The SMS back up also allows for continuous protection in the event of a power cut.

All the family have the app and I can see who has armed/disarmed and I have also set up x2 zones to allow for a home zone when we are still moving around downstairs.

Just take your tome to test the sensors in ‘test’ mode and also don’t be disturbed when the PIR sensors do not trigger motion in test mode as they go into sleep mode to save battery if you keep on trying to trigger them continually.

My only gripe is that the range is not as stated and you will need a range extender to cover your whole house.

Overall I would recommend.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your feedback. We do sell a lot of HomeGuard kits and have not needed to sell the wireless extenders to many people - I am sorry if your home required one.

Eggy_Fart ,

App needs a lot of work

The alarm system itself is OK albeit a bit temperamental with stuck sensors now and again, but it is let down by the app (IOS). The app is not optimised for an iPad screen, but the main issue is with the logging and alerting of sensors. Because of the aforementioned quirk with sensors thinking they are still open, I often get a rather unhelpful push or text message stating that a one or more sensors is not closed. WHICH ONE? If you arm it using a mobile device via the app, the app pops up a message with the exact sensor and asks you to acknowledge it, so the system and the app knows exactly what sensor is stuck. So with this information, why isn’t this logged somewhere, or pushed through with the alert I get if armed via the keypad or a remote? The detail is in there, so why not use it? It’s kind of really important information to be given otherwise you have to walk around the property checking and resetting every single sensor. A lot more thought needs to be put into the features of the app making full use of the data received from the main control unit.

JoolzeE ,

Major design flaw renders this app useless on iPhones!

This app should be great (in fact it is for setting up the system) but, and it is a HUGE but, it has a massive flaw on iPhones.

The disarm/arm/home buttons on an iPhone should not be at the bottom of the screen. If you have an iPhone from the past few years with no home button, to return to the home page you have to swipe up from the bottom to the phone. It is way to easy to catch one of the HomeGuard Pro’s buttons whilst doing this and I am forever either setting the alarm when I am actually in the house or turning the alarm off when I am away from home and I have just been checking in on the system. Not ideal... Please consider changing this!

App Privacy

The developer, ERA HOME SECURITY LIMITED, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

More By This Developer

You May Also Like