Onvis Home 4+

Shenzhen Champon Technology Co., Ltd

Designed for iPad

    • 2.0 • 75 Ratings
    • Free


Onvis home is a smart home app,support apple homekit,alexa and google assistant.we have many smart home devices,you can use it control our outlet or lightbulb.

What’s New

Version 4.0.6

1. Syncing Kameleon K1 Paint-Rolling to HomeKit;
2. Support Onvis SMS2;
3. Fully support Onvis HS2.
4. Bugs Fixed.

Ratings and Reviews

2.0 out of 5
75 Ratings

75 Ratings

emvxl ,

It’s great when it works

The device and app are great when it works, which is less than half the time. The app either gets stuck with an hours old temperature, gives an incorrect reading of 32 F for the whole day or the app says the accessory is unavailable. But in Homekit, it displays the proper temperature. I was counting on the app to give me a history of temperature but not with the current state of the app.

mrsurfermike ,

Great product but the app needs more work

First off, the device itself works beautifully. The battery compartment was a little bit of a hassle to open the first time. I really like the fact that there are three sensors in a single package.

For some reason, as of today, the app has begun to crash instantly upon opening. I was able to use it before it began this behavior. It seemed somewhat good for first version. My only suggestions for the app would be to work on the account creation screen. The keyboard blocks the ability to finalize account creation and there is no way to minimize the keyboard to allow access to the button. It would be nice to have the app show data point intervals of smaller time instances. I would suggest like every 15 minutes compared to every hour like it currently does. It’d be extremely useful for more accurate trending. Oh, one other suggestion would be to have the ability to export our sensor data so the user could use it for something like trend analysis of a particular room in their house. Currently I’m concerned with the humidity levels in certain bathrooms of the house and would like to be able to use comparative analysis in some sort of database software.

Final verdict, buy the room sensor for the information it can tell you but don’t depend on the app itself so much. Hopefully the developers are able to work on making it a more usable app in the near future.

Lance J. ,


This is a good app. I have the motion sensor and it shows a history of motion events, plus temperature and humidity history.

It isn’t the best app ever. Its design is a little weird, like the fact that the data with the time stamp of 00:00 hour is 24 hours off (email data feature). The chart temperature/humidity display is a little feeble, requiring a lot of tapping if you want to see a day other than today. It seems to store 2 months worth of history in hourly increments, but this might be somehow adjustable.

But in general, it suffices. And most people will only use it for firmware updates, as the device works as expected over HomeKit.

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