Ruuvi Station Android updates

We’ve been working hard with new features and codebase enhancements on the Android app.

Ruuvi Station Android version 1.1.1 is already available (closed alpha) and will be promoted really soon to the public beta.

If you would like to join the alpha team for early access, please message me privately on forum, Slack, Telegram or email.

Some of the updates:

  • More reliable background scanning
  • Beautified history graphs
  • Absolute humidity
  • Dew point
  • Hygrometer calibration
  • 1-72h history logging
  • Option to show all data points on the graphs
  • Full history export

Ruuvi Station 1.1.4 is now available on the public beta program. If you’re a beta tester, you’re now able to update the app on Google Play. If you’re experiencing any issues, please report back to us.

Not really many beta tester seats are currently available:

https://play.google.com/apps/testing/com.ruuvi.station

Ruuvi Station 1.1.5 has been finally promoted to production on Google Play.

Version 1.1.5:

Fix air pressure history migration issue with old app versions

Version 1.1.4:

This major release includes several codebase and Bluetooth scanning improvements as well as new features:

- More reliable background scanning
- Beautified history graphs
- Absolute humidity
- Dew point
- Hygrometer calibration
- 1-72h history logging
- Option to show all data points on graphs
- History export

The latest app has many updates compared to the old production build, mostly under the hood. We continue enhancing the apps (both Android and iOS) and will publish updates more often. Currently, the Android app codebase is being refactored to support better our upcoming features such as:

  • Bluetooth GATT connection (logged history synchronisation)
  • Virtual sensors
  • Fresh new UX/UI
  • And more