Inplug

Inplug Free App

Rated 2.65/5 (20) —  Free Android application by Watts Clever

What are users saying about Inplug

T70%
by T####:

App crashes immediately with Marshmallow. Now I just have an uncontrollable switch. I'll give them 10 days then they'll get it back via Amazon.

I70%
by I####:

Works great for controlling the INPlug, haven't encountered any problems. For initial setup the network must be 2.4Ghz only. You must broadcast the SSID for the device to work. Once set up your phone can be on any network to control the switch. Would be great to be able to automatically turn off the switch once the current draw drops below a certain level for a certain time. UPDATE: Used this for a while now and feel it deserves 5 stars, recent update improved help section and fixed bugs. On Android 6.0.1.

U70%
by U####:

Tried with three lamps in three different sockets with my mobile next to the router and it still won't connect. Terrible!

V70%
by V####:

First review: May 2016. Update: Nov 2016. At the moment my wireless plug is no more useful than a chocolate teapot. Shuts down seconds after I open the app so have been unable to set the plug. At the moment the plug is a very expensive switch. It would appear from other comments that this has been a problem for months. Please show your customers that you care and sort the app; I may be able to provide a better rating! Android 5.1.1. Thank you

D70%
by D####:

If the apps been in the background a while when loaded it displays no plugs. If I terminate it and start it again my plug appears, pretty annoying.

W70%
by W####:

I have the other two (belkin and orbivo), this is better. Picks up network easily and can control plugs across more than one network (I control my flat and girlfriend's house). The power reading is very good and better than belkin. Quality product, under rated and probably under sold.

Z70%
by Z####:

Wouldn't connect with my Nexus so I used an old phone to connect it up. That worked and the device now also appears on my Nexus and I have full control. It shouldn't be that hard, but it worked.

A70%
by A####:

Sometimes when I return to the app it just shows a black screen until I kill it and start it again.

R70%
by R####:

Useless

J70%
by J####:

Will not connect the phone to the socket. Followed instructions to the letter. Tried multiple times. Total waste of time. Spend a little more and try wemo.

Y70%
by Y####:

Wont run on Android 5.1.1. Just crashes on opening.

F70%
by F####:

Doesn't work on Android 5.1.1 on a Samsung S6. I have to force stop the app every time I want to use it, otherwise the list of connected devices is not displayed.

C70%
by C####:

I have Android 4.4.2 on my phone and everything works seamlessly. Very happy with all the functions.

E70%
by E####:

Could be much better with added functions

R70%
by R####:

Works great for controlling the INPlug, haven't encountered any problems. For initial setup the network must be 2.4Ghz only. You must broadcast the SSID for the device to work. Once set up your phone can be on any network to control the switch. Could the facility be added to automatically turn off the switch once the current draw drops below a certain level for a certain time? UPDATE: Been using this for a while now and feel it deserves 5 stars, recent update improved help section and fixed bugs.

J70%
by J####:

Sometimes this app works fine, sometimes it only works with 1 out of 3 plugs so basically too unreliable to use and make the plugs worth £20! I wouldn't recommend the plugs or app until it works reliably.

Y70%
by Y####:

Crashes every time I start it


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