Wia - Build smart electronics 4+


Designed for iPhone

    • Free

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Start building your own smart, connected electronics.

Wia lets anyone, anywhere begin learning and building smart, connected electronics. No programming experience required.

The Starting Point for Entering the World of Electronic Engineering

The Wia for iOS app lets you connect your Dot One maker board to the Wia Cloud so you can start learning and building smart electronics.

Connect the Dot One IoT Maker board to the Wia Cloud via the app and from there you can start creating and building projects on the Internet of Things.

Pair the Dot One with plug-and-play modules like a PIR motion sensor or a temperature and humidity sensor to build smart devices such as motion detecting security systems or home weather stations.


Monster Detector - Use the Dot One and the PIR module to send a Wia app notification when infrared motion is detected. Detect monsters in the dark!

Room Temperature Monitor - Use the Dot One with the Temperature and Humidity module to monitor the climate in any room to make sure your pet doesn’t get too hot or cold. Set up widgets to monitor the temperature and humidity in real-time!

“I’m Home” Button - Use the Dot One and the Button module to create a button which emails your family when you walk through the door!

Joke of the Day - Start your day the right way, by laughing. Use the Dot One and TFT Screen module to display a new joke every day!


Things you can do with the Wia for iOS app:

Setup your Dot One device in a matter of minutes
Quickly get started with any other IoT development board including Arduino, Raspberry Pi, SparkFun and more
View your Space, Device data and Widgets on-the-go
Receive push notifications from the Wia Cloud
Share your creations with friends and family by adding them to your Space

We’ve made learning and building smart electronics easy, so get creating!

What’s New

Version 2.1.0

Updates for iOS 13.

App Privacy

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

No Details Provided

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

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