Flume Water 4+

Flume, Inc.

Designed for iPad

    • 4.1 • 175 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



The Flume app connects with a Flume Water Sensor installed on your home’s water meter. Flume enables customers to manage, monitor, and conserve water in their home.

Catch Water Leaks and Protect Your Home
Surprises are fun, but not when it comes to leaks. Flume alerts you of abnormal (or accidental) water usage to give you peace of mind whether you’re at home or away.

Down-to-the-Minute Water Use Data
Flume helps you paint a picture of your household’s water use. Dig into the data—down to the one-hundredth of a gallon—and find new ways to reduce your water use.

Overflowing with Savings
A device that pays for itself. Flume automatically suggests a budget so you can cap your consumption and creates leak notifications to catch costly drips.

Simple Self-Installation. No Plumbing Necessary.
Set up and install Flume in minutes. Just strap it to your water meter. No pipe cutting. No wiring. No appointments. No plumbers.

To purchase a Flume Water Sensor, visit https://flumewater.com

What’s New

Version 1.6.25

Misc fixes and improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
175 Ratings

175 Ratings

DonsJVdad ,

A few issues, not all their fault

First, the iPad app has no landscape mode. That’s just annoying. At least they didn’t just port their iPhone version to the iPad and put the little “2X” in the corner to double the size on an iPad. It’s a pain to have to rotate my iPad and keyboard, which operates more like a laptop, sideways to use it. Try entering data on a keyboard turned sideways. The other issue I have came after it was all installed and registered. I got an email from them stating that the City I live in has a waiver for me to sign. The City stated that they own the meter and we are responsible for replacing it if they think this device caused damage. They also are requiring that I sign away my rights to dispute my water bill based on discrepancies between the Flume readings and their meter. I have three months to answer or? They cut off my water?

DarrenWyatt ,

Non Invasive Detection

I purchased this device several weeks ago and it has saved me a lot of money. I installed the device over the meter as described and proceeded to calibrate. After about 30 minutes I received a notification that I had a leak. I assumed I messed up the calibration. I checked that all water usage had stopped, then recalibrated. Thirty minutes later another leak notification. I then walked the perimeter of the house and sure enough I saw an unusual pool of water on the side of the house. I dug it up to be sure there was nothing there. To my surprise I found a pipe which had a leak. Amazing.... My water bill subsequently arrived and it was more than $400 over our normal baseline. Without this device I expect it would have taken several more weeks to discover.

Thanks for an amazing and seamless product. The only thing that I would love to see is support for HomeKit going forward.

Depositor5 ,

Happy so far, but now concerned and nervous

Have been using Flume for a month. Impressed with Flume so far. This morning I checked app and noticed no reporting since yesterday afternoon, and water sensor offline. But NO notifications!!? One, that’s a huge concern being blind to water leaks. Two, had to go to Flume bridge and restart it. That’s another concern since bridge was online but there is no remote reset. We bought Flume since we are retired and away for weeks at a time. Now nervous how often this is going to happen when we are away. And to clarify, water meter is dry, nothing has changed with wireless network, and bridge distance to water sensor is the same.

App Privacy

The developer, Flume, Inc., 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 Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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

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