Wow, they got the sensors, battery, case and solar power right, but the app stinks? What a waste!
And it sounds like there is no logging function to save historical data to a PC or website.
I would have thought the hardest thing would be to get the sensors accurate without external calibration!
And, after that, collecting enough power to run the sensors and communicate with Wi-Fi through the night.
The app should have been the easy part - like, smart high school students could do that if they had a savvy marketing department to tell them what was needed.
Hopefully they will give their SW department a few more months to do a better job, and update the app.
They obviously don't have anyone remotely like Dave on staff! Or their marketing department made them release it 6 months before it wad ready.