Update: What’s New in Version 2.9.2
This version of Eve offers the option to toggle line smoothing when viewing graphs (in detailed view). Eve 2.9.2 offers interface optimizations for your shiny new 10.5-inch iPad Pro and overall improvements.
Eve 2.9 presents stunning new views of your accessories’ data. Completely redesigned graphs convey more information about temperature, humidity and air quality; while a newly-revised display of motion detection (Eve Motion) and door/window states (Eve Door & Window) offers a glanceable overview of activity in your home. What’s more, an all-new accessory header puts accessory settings at your fingertips.
New graphs – more information
New graphs for temperature, humidity, air quality, and air pressure are visualized as elegant curves, where the current value plus the highest and lowest within a time period are clearly specified. And, while the air quality graph now color-codes various states of air quality, the humidity graph depicts the curve in blue when measured humidity exceeds 70 percent or falls below 30 percent.
FYI: The new data smoothing feature can be disabled in the iPhone’s Settings app: go to Settings > Eve, scroll all the way down to “Disable Graph Smoothing” and enable the option.
Eve Motion and Eve Door & Window
Historical data graphs for Eve Motion and Eve Door & Window have been completely revamped, in that periods of activity and inactivity are displayed along a linear bar. So now, you’re able to better differentiate between either state and see overall activity within a clearly-defined timeline.
Enhanced accessory header
Accessory headers have been refashioned with convenience in mind. The result? You’re now able to see battery power and connection status within your accessory view, and directly access settings with a tap.