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Eve 3 – Made for iOS 11

Eve 3 – Made for iOS 11

With Eve 3.0, witness a refreshed look and feel to match the latest and greatest version of iOS – and enjoy numerous new features and overall improvements.
Along with refinements to timers and rules, benefit from enhancements to battery status display, dynamic font display, portrait interface on iPads, and more. Take advantage of brand-new guidance that makes it easy to activate notifications for Eve Motion and Eve Door & Window. And experience improved support for Eve Thermo (2017), plus all-new support for iPhone X.
Eve 3.0 requires an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 11.2 or later. Controlling HomeKit-enabled accessories automatically and away from home requires an Apple TV with tvOS 11 or later or an iPad with iOS 11 or later set up as a home hub.

The Home Hub: An Essential Device for HomeKit-enabled Accessories Equipped with Bluetooth

The Home Hub: An Essential Device for HomeKit-enabled Accessories Equipped with Bluetooth

Without a fourth-generation Apple TV (or Apple TV 4K, or iPad in Home Hub mode), the connected home is incomplete. Only a home hub can provide secure remote access and ensure that rules and timers function while one is away from home. For users of Bluetooth-based devices, such as those belonging to the Eve family, a home hub offers additional advantages.

Elgato Eve 2.9: Graphs in a new look, new features

Elgato Eve 2.9: Graphs in a new look, new features

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

Timers explained

Timers explained

Beginning with version 1.5, Eve supports all HomeKit-based triggers (location, value, time) and conditions. The simplest type of automation with HomeKit involves timers. At a user-defined day and time, the timer triggers a prebuilt scene, such as turning on the kitchen lights via Eve Energy. Timers can be set to fire up once or on repeating basis, e.g., every day at 7 a.m. This post explains how to use timers.

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