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iCelsius

iCelsius

Aginova Inc.

Extend your smartphones and tablets with Wi-Fi Wireless Sensors

3.1 Ratings 313+ Reviews 10K+ Downloads
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Extend your smartphones and tablets with Wi-Fi Wireless Sensors
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Ratings & Reviews

3.1
313+ Ratings
  1. 5
    39+%
  2. 4
    11+%
  3. 3
    5+%
  4. 2
    6+%
  5. 1
    38+%
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  • Awesome for monitoring temperature Sep 26, 2017

    By MichaelMulhern
    I designed a system to monitor the temperature inside my truck because we take our dogs everywhere with us. I can set an alarm threshold and get back to the truck if there is a problem with the air conditioner. Thanks.
  • May 22, 2020

    By Steve Hindmarch
    I shouldn't have downloaded this app. It's not an app like that. You should only be downloading this app if you have purchased the product which it's designed for. The product actually looks really good though. If I ever buy the iCelsius wireless box, I'll come and boost the rating to 5.
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  • Nice app for Bluetooth and WiFi Jun 3, 2019

    By MasonOne
    I like this better than the other ones
  • Remote BBQ monitor that works! Jun 9, 2014

    By DFN42
    I bought this app and the two probe BBQ thermometer a few months back on the the promise that it would be updated to allow the iPhone app to monitor temperatures over the internet - from anywhere. Well they have come through. After updating last week I spend a few days testing before writing this, and I'm happy with the result. I can see two thermometers from any remote location. The frequency of update is adjustable when initially setting up the remote function. The battery on the BBQ thermometer lasted several hours updating every 2 minutes. Temperature alerts work remotely also. It will tell you when you pass the temperature that you set (high or low), and this can be adjusted within the app as you go. A few things to remember: The app does not update the temperature when it is not running (or is in the 'background'). If you stop and restart the app, it will again begin tracking temperature, but won't have record of the temp data prior to its current session. All and all that's not a big deal to me. Also, I had to sign up for a google account and grant access to iCelcius for the remote interface. All and all, great functionality. Just what I was hoping for.
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  • Dual BBQ Needs Dual Alarm Jul 5, 2015

    By Bill at KPTZ
    I've been searching for a device that can use WiFi instead of Bluetooth or 300Mhz. I wanted something I could use to keep an eye on my smoker and since it produces a lot of smoke I have the smoker a ways from the house. WiFi works great for this extended range that low power wireless like Bluetooth can't reach. I bought the dual probe because I need to watch the smoker temp and the meat temp. Two widely different temps most of the time. The problem with this app when used with he dual bar-b-que probes is that there is only one set of alarm points and it applies to both probes. I want to set a low temp alarm for the smoker to tell me if it runs out of wood and I want to set a high temp alarm for the meet probe to tell me the meat is cooked. The smoker low temp alarm is above the meat temp most of the time and the finished meat high temp alarm is below the smoker temp. The hardware from iCelsius seems to be in short supply. I ordered mine a couple of months ago and just received it recently. So this is my first big test of the system. So far, so good except for the alarm thing. Since this is a 12 hour cook I'm going to have to plug it in. It only has a 6 hour battery life.
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  • Mar 30, 2020

    By Yuka di Angelo
    The app experience doesn't match with the app description, however, it's still a good app to see if your temperarure is increasing over days. It's a good app if you know your own temperature, but the app description doesn't match with the app experience, so, 2 stars. Have a good day!
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  • Feb 14, 2019

    By A Google user
    it doesn't work with Motorola Moto G6. after explaining the problem to Aginova, had no resolution to the problem, despite giving detailed information of what was happening. terrible customer support
  • Not supported Oct 11, 2020

    By Fly4FunOrDie
    No longer supported for ios14, last update 1 year ago. Does not connect via Wi-Fi and does not recognize when direct connected. WALK AWAY!
  • Sep 5, 2019

    By Edana Essa
    False advertisement. I want to check my temp at home as I'm feeling very I'll. I don't have a thermometer. Your description said nothing about purchasing or obtaining another piece of equipment.
  • Constantly crashes Sep 25, 2018

    By jefwoe
    Can’t open the app, constantly crashes on iPad and iPhone!

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  • Awesome for monitoring temperature Sep 26, 2017

    By MichaelMulhern
    I designed a system to monitor the temperature inside my truck because we take our dogs everywhere with us. I can set an alarm threshold and get back to the truck if there is a problem with the air conditioner. Thanks.
  • Nice app for Bluetooth and WiFi Jun 3, 2019

    By MasonOne
    I like this better than the other ones
  • Remote BBQ monitor that works! Jun 9, 2014

    By DFN42
    I bought this app and the two probe BBQ thermometer a few months back on the the promise that it would be updated to allow the iPhone app to monitor temperatures over the internet - from anywhere. Well they have come through. After updating last week I spend a few days testing before writing this, and I'm happy with the result. I can see two thermometers from any remote location. The frequency of update is adjustable when initially setting up the remote function. The battery on the BBQ thermometer lasted several hours updating every 2 minutes. Temperature alerts work remotely also. It will tell you when you pass the temperature that you set (high or low), and this can be adjusted within the app as you go. A few things to remember: The app does not update the temperature when it is not running (or is in the 'background'). If you stop and restart the app, it will again begin tracking temperature, but won't have record of the temp data prior to its current session. All and all that's not a big deal to me. Also, I had to sign up for a google account and grant access to iCelcius for the remote interface. All and all, great functionality. Just what I was hoping for.
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  • Does the job. Mar 23, 2012

    By Stone Tone
    I do refrigeration work for a living. This thermometer is pretty darn accurate. I stuck it in a glass of ice water and a measured 32.2°. Then I compared it with another thermometer and they were both within half a degree. The price is a little steep, but I guess that's because it's a start up company. It ships very quickly. It only took two days to get the probe. The only complaint I have is that I have to take my phone out of its case in order to plug the probe into my phone. I'd recommend this for anybody who uses a thermistor or temperature gauge on a regular basis.
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  • Absolutely love this thing!!!! Nov 6, 2015

    By Meachdawg34
    I absolutely love my ICelsius thermometer. I use it all the time especially when I'm smoking my pork butts briskets and other things. I love that I can be anywhere I get Internet and get my readings right to my phone this is by far the best thermometer I've ever used. It's extremely accurate and CustomerService is superior. Thank you guys for making such a great product.
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  • May 22, 2020

    By Steve Hindmarch
    I shouldn't have downloaded this app. It's not an app like that. You should only be downloading this app if you have purchased the product which it's designed for. The product actually looks really good though. If I ever buy the iCelsius wireless box, I'll come and boost the rating to 5.
    more
  • Dual BBQ Needs Dual Alarm Jul 5, 2015

    By Bill at KPTZ
    I've been searching for a device that can use WiFi instead of Bluetooth or 300Mhz. I wanted something I could use to keep an eye on my smoker and since it produces a lot of smoke I have the smoker a ways from the house. WiFi works great for this extended range that low power wireless like Bluetooth can't reach. I bought the dual probe because I need to watch the smoker temp and the meat temp. Two widely different temps most of the time. The problem with this app when used with he dual bar-b-que probes is that there is only one set of alarm points and it applies to both probes. I want to set a low temp alarm for the smoker to tell me if it runs out of wood and I want to set a high temp alarm for the meet probe to tell me the meat is cooked. The smoker low temp alarm is above the meat temp most of the time and the finished meat high temp alarm is below the smoker temp. The hardware from iCelsius seems to be in short supply. I ordered mine a couple of months ago and just received it recently. So this is my first big test of the system. So far, so good except for the alarm thing. Since this is a 12 hour cook I'm going to have to plug it in. It only has a 6 hour battery life.
    more
  • Not bad May 10, 2014

    By Sparky9602
    This is a pretty cool app and device. Easy to set up and pretty useful. I use it to monitor ambient temperature for an industrial application and it works great. You can set up high and low limits and receive alerts based on those limits. You can chart history and even export to a csv file for archiving and sorting in Excel. Waiting for an update for remote access which I'm told will be here soon.
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  • Still not up to par Sep 16, 2014

    By Grangke1
    App is getting better but they still have not addressed the recipe function. The recipes you can save and load only have the high range setting and only for one probe. It sets your high input on both probes if you have the dual BBQ set. Also is still messed up on degrees c vs f. You enter in f but converts to c in display. Note:You can manually set ranges on both probes and it works. Graph display is substandard. Need to allow longer time span to show(compress more). Also allow temperature span on y axis to be compressed. I am not having issue with remote connectivity as other reviewers mentioned. That is working well. You do have to register on web. I had to delete everything after update and set it up again but it works.
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  • Great app, hardware needs improvement Dec 28, 2014

    By Chip Desormeaux
    I love this app because it gives precise reading every time. The problem I was trying to solve is most digi-therms available only work for a short while then they start giving poor readings. I felt like something that worked with my phone might be more accurate, and it is!! I have two problems with this product. My 4s doesn't always recognize that the probe is plugged in and/or it will give an error message "this unit not supported by this iOS device" (or something like that.) The other problem is that the wire leading to the probe doesn't seem to be oven proof. I would like to be able to leave the probe in the food while it's baking and maybe even have it chime when the desired temp is reached. I don't actually know whether it's ovenproof but the material doesn't look like it and the packaging gives no mention. I'm about due for a phone upgrade--I'm hoping I can get a better quality probe that's compatible with the iPhone 6!
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  • Buggy Aug 23, 2015

    By DC pitmaster
    Great when it works but lots of connectivity issues over wifi (which is the reason to buy this versus the less expensive blue tooth or radio options). Looses network, stops sending data, displays that probe isn't connected when it is, etc. Probes are also buggy. One of my dual probes jumps wildly between negative infinity and 80 degrees when sitting on the counter. Great idea but beware that you're a beta tester.
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  • Good start Sep 20, 2011

    By Meo818
    The app seems to work as described. One significant issue I have is with the graph zoom. You can not zoom the temp scale to view a small range, say 65 - 80 deg. without also zooming the time scale to about a 5 second interval. This makes the graph in live data mode nearly useless.
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  • Cool but needs updating May 24, 2012

    By Glop29
    Cool app and accurate but the graph mode is useless, you can't zoom out to longer time scales. I need to be able to graph temperatures for several hours and see the graph as a whole, not flick through 30 second increments.
  • Mar 30, 2020

    By Yuka di Angelo
    The app experience doesn't match with the app description, however, it's still a good app to see if your temperarure is increasing over days. It's a good app if you know your own temperature, but the app description doesn't match with the app experience, so, 2 stars. Have a good day!
    more
  • Dec 15, 2018

    By William Gerth
    Interface improved. Only seems to connect Bluetooth. Has trouble finding WiFi. Keeps disconnecting from sensor on BT. Keeps crashing
  • Apr 29, 2020

    By efemena ipoko
    App does not do what it says it will do. Does not connect to any sensor and the live reading page is blank
  • Oct 22, 2020

    By Zorrbabe
    I can't measure my temp
  • Feb 14, 2019

    By A Google user
    it doesn't work with Motorola Moto G6. after explaining the problem to Aginova, had no resolution to the problem, despite giving detailed information of what was happening. terrible customer support
  • Not supported Oct 11, 2020

    By Fly4FunOrDie
    No longer supported for ios14, last update 1 year ago. Does not connect via Wi-Fi and does not recognize when direct connected. WALK AWAY!
  • Sep 5, 2019

    By Edana Essa
    False advertisement. I want to check my temp at home as I'm feeling very I'll. I don't have a thermometer. Your description said nothing about purchasing or obtaining another piece of equipment.
  • Constantly crashes Sep 25, 2018

    By jefwoe
    Can’t open the app, constantly crashes on iPad and iPhone!
  • Mar 23, 2020

    By Rose Smith
    Useless. Does not appear to measure temperature and shows error 'no sensor connected' which defeats the point of using your phone to do it

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