If you're into domotics and you're thinking about setting up a smart home, where you can automate almost any process, such as lighting, heating or watering your plants, and control all those operations remotely from your smartphone or tablet, you need to get hold of an application like Muzzley.
Compatible with Nest, Philips Hue y Fitbit, among others.
By downloading the APK of this app to your Android you can interconnect and interact with all your smart devices whose technology allows you to do so, but not only are we talking about household appliances such as thermostats, light bulbs or plugs connected to your home's WiFi, but also wearables and smartbands such as Jawbone or Fitbit. The application offers you a control center to handle all these devices (or any others that you have made yourself with an Arduino, for instance).
How does Muzzley work?
Before you start using this platform you obviously need to have a series of devices with the technology necessary to create a smart home. If you've already got them, you simply need to create a list with all your connected devices, being able to add those gadgets to the app, searching for them by manufacturer or category and introducing your password to handle them.
One the best Android applications of the year according to the Aptoide Awards.
Once you've completed the list (to which you can add new devices whenever you want), it's time to create the rules, just like in IFTTT, or what this service calls agents, in other words, you'll have to establish under what conditions certain actions will be carried out. For instance, when the thermostat drops below a certain temperature, turn on the heating or when it's nine p.m. dim the lights in the kids' room. That's how easy it is to create a smart home controlled from your phone thanks to this application.