Automate your humidifier with Eve Energy and Eve Room. As soon as the mercury drops and the heating fires up, it’s goodbye to feeling cold and hello to cozy warmth. But after a few weeks, you start noticing some symptoms triggered by the dry air at home: drier skin, sometimes bloodshot eyes, one headache after the next or poorer sleep.
With Eve Room and Eve Flare you can set up a simple warning system that activates when you reach or fall below a selectable level of air quality that makes Eve Flare glow red. Hue lamps or the Lightstrip Vocolink can also be used as an alternative to Eve Flare.
The Apple list of HomeKit-enabled accessories shows that there are currently no stand-alone HomeKit-enabled burglar alarm sirens or similar security accessories. But there is a workaround.
Ever since its debut at CES 2018 earlier this year, Eve Button has become a hot topic. And now, thanks to the release of iOS 11.3 and tvOS 11.3, it offers an additional function that essentially doubles your Eve Button controls, giving you the ability to toggle between device states. In other words, one gesture – a single, double, or long press – can now execute two scenes. Take Eve Energy, for example. Previously, if you wanted to switch it on and off via Eve Button, you had to assign one scene (Power on) to a single-press, and a second (Power off) to a double-press. Now, using conditions, you can simply use a single-press to activate either scene – much like any switch.
With this free update, enjoy a completely redesigned interface for setting up HomeKit automations. One that enables you to easily add accessory-, location- and time-based triggers to rules. And ultimately take full advantage of the most powerful features of iOS 11 – with absolute ease.