See the electricity being used by your whole home in real-time. EnergyVUE works with the EAGLE-200 gateway that is connected to your utility's smart meter.

Turn on your A/C, your portable heater, or your kettle and see how it affect's your home's energy usage. Turn everything off in your house to see what your 'vampire loads' are.

Coming Soon: You'll have the ability to control and monitor certain devices that are part of the Rainforest ecosystem.

What’s New

Version 4.11.0

New additions and improvements:
- Improvements to thermostat detail screen. Users will be able to experience a new interface when interacting with their thermostat.
- Improvements to graphs showing real time and historical data of power usage
- Addition of statistics into a device detail screen that allows users to have access to their power usage

Minor bug fixes:
- Fixed an issue where users can experience an empty screen after launching / logging into the app
- Fixed the interval used for historical data points to have a more accurate graph
- Fixed an issue where statistics for all the devices was the same as the meter
- Fixed a transient device state that occurs after controlling a device
- Reduced the number of API calls for various functions that would cause users to not see data properly

Ratings and Reviews

2.1 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

Grackle in flight ,

Quick Feedback

The application is new and a fair start. It need a few tweeks to make it a more useful tool for its users. By far, an immediate improvement would be a function that allows the user the ability to map/self identify items using power within the home. Thanks for your efforts and feel free to contact me to provide feedback where necessary.

BigJ054 ,

Lame UI

First, the app opens up to a page where you choose your power meter and has nothing else. It has no usage information, unlike the iPad which shows how much you’re using. It’s a pointless screen. The second page shows a graph, and calls current usage “always on” which isn’t intuitive. The 1 week view of usage is simply a curve. A bar graph is more intuitive. For such a simple app it fails to meet expectations and offers zero alternatives.


The app now shows usage information like the iPad and the charts seem to have been updated.

UserIsTakenWhatNow ,

Gets the job done

Easy setup with PG&E. Starts collecting data immediately. App interface is rather basic, but website gives better insights. Power readings are collected within about 15-20 seconds, which is good enough for me. Would be great to have a tiered cost model rather than a flat rate, but generally I’m just interested in power consumption.


Rainforest Automation, Inc.
92 MB

Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



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