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Description

Meet StreamLabs®, your all-in-one home water solution that protects your home from water damage and leaks. Using advanced ultrasonic technology, StreamLabs captures and delivers powerful insights into your water usage – and provides real-time alerts of potential leaks. Manually customize your leak alert settings or let the new learning Smart Alerts™ feature automatically protect your home by detecting any water usage outside of the norm.

Choose from two StreamLabs devices: StreamLabs Monitor or StreamLabs Control. Both WiFi-enabled devices provide leak protection for your entire home and integrate with popular smart home devices such as Alexa® and Nest®. The StreamLabs Smart Home Water Monitor installs and calibrates in under 5-minutes – no pipe cutting, tools, or plumbers required. The StreamLabs Control stops leaks in their tracks with its remote, automatic water shut-off functionality.

The StreamLabs App is mission control for your StreamLabs device. It supports both the Monitor and Control all in one place to create the household leak protection system for your needs. In the StreamLabs App, you’ll have access to:
Live water usage
Customized leak detection settings: slow and major leak alerts
Smart Alerts™ learning leak detection
Freeze alerts
Home and Away modes
Comparative usage charts
Alexa® and Nest® integration
Remote shut-off (Control only)
Water pressure, water temperature, and humidity alerts (Control only)
Drip Detect™ alerts (Control only)

See how StreamLabs puts household leak protection at your fingertips.

To learn more, visit www.StreamLabswater.com.

What’s New

Version 5.0.1

New alert settings!
We've made it easier to select the right settings for your home by adding descriptions and examples for each type of alert.
You can also now individually change the "Too High" and "Too Low" settings for water pressure, water temperature, humidity, and room temperature alerts.

Ratings and Reviews

2.9 out of 5
34 Ratings

34 Ratings

imhoReviewer ,

Historical Data Needs Better Display

There’s an obvious gap in showing usage over minutes in the last hour - they have a real-time meter of the last 60 seconds (60 dots with “1 min ago” on left and “now” on right) then a bar chart under that of hours in the day. What about minutes in the last hour? There should be another real-time meter like the last 60 seconds for the last 60 minutes. Most all water usage events take more than a minute and you need to see that length of time (minutes) before resolution is lost between events (two 5 minute events in the same hour get merged and lost) over the course of a whole hour being aggregated into one bar of usage for simply # gallons in a hour for a particular hour of the day.

Beyond the day you’re in, you should be able to pick data through a calendar interface. If I want to look at a particular hours in a day from months ago, going back day by day is prohibitively time consuming and tedious to click and scroll back 30, 60, 90, ... days. The data is there, just make it a few clicks accessible. Click month, click date, see hours in that day. Don’t click 90 times to go back 3 months to a particular day.

Make these two fixes and I’ll come back and give 5 stars! And, I’m sure you’ll have a better product with more satisfied customers like me 😁

pcwalt ,

Awesome device. App needs work

Very intuitive and easy to install device. Can only connect two devices per account. Getting tired of signing in and out of multiple accounts. PLEASE help.

djwtarheel ,

Happy so far

I definitely recommend using something like this to monitor your water usage especially when you're not home. We have a finished basement so a major leak could be catastrophic. This app works pretty well so far - still working on setting the alerts up to get them where I like them. Great idea and we are happy to date. Looking forward to installing a shut off valve that can be controlled away from home in the future.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your review! Glad to hear you are enjoying the product. Configuring your alerts to suit your water usage is a great way to maximize the Monitor's value. We also highly recommend using Away Mode whenever no one is at home - this way, any flow over 15 seconds in duration will send you an alert. Thanks again for your feedback!

App Privacy

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

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

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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