Data Feeds - A Feed Monitor for Adafruit IO
The status of your Internet of Things in your pocket. The app allows you to view the current status of your Adafruit IO data feeds and visualize the changes over time.
* Monitor your data feeds and visualize the recorded data over time.
* Customize the icons corresponding to each of your feeds with fun emoticons.
* The app works on your iPhone, iPad and Apple TV and your preferences are synced using iCloud.
* The app supports auto-refresh, so you can use it as a monitoring dashboard that periodically updates to show you the latest data.
* You will need to have an Adafruit IO account and use your AIO key in order to access your feeds. You can create an account at io.adafruit.com.
* The app will ask for access to your camera in order to help you configure your feeds by scanning the QR code corresponding to your AIO key. The QR can be found on your io.adafruit.com page.
Data Feeds is not affiliated with Adafruit IO or Adafruit Industries.
New feature: control how the line between data points is drawn. You can choose between Linear, Stepped, and Horizontal Bezier.
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Ratings and Reviews
Nice simple way to view your Adafruit IO feeds. Also only app in the App Store I could find that does this. Would like to see ability to order your feed list, and select which of your feeds you want in the the list. Also for the x-axis range would like to specify time period, rather than number of samples. Thanks and keep up the good work!
A handy tool
Just downloaded it. It works smoothly. This will allow me a nice clear view onto my feeds. When you are troubleshooting sometimes you simply want a clear view of the newly emerging data. Note, when entering my AIO key, for some reason simply pasting in the text copied from Adafruit, it would not allow it. It required me to actually go do the QR scan, at which point it worked. Also it seems that the longest range you can view is 500 data points. It would be nice if this would simply mimic the much longer time ranges available in the regular adafruit app. Because the official app does not behave particularly nicely on a mobile phone. Doing it via this mobile app would be much much smoother!
Work in progress
There are still some bugs especially with nan or null values, the app crashes on my ipad when I want to display a feed which has too many nan values due to a sensor's malfunction... it would be nice to be able to group graphs together with different colors and to navigate with the date and time as the current limitation of the last 500 records is quite frustrating. But first, please fix the crashes!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.