TiO Home App Now Compatible for Mobile Phones

 

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TiO Home App Now Compatible for Mobile Phones

The newest update includes major software updates and phone app capabilities for Android and Apple users

 

By: Katie Nale, Technology Integrator
Original article can be found at: http://www.technologyintegrator.net/article/tio-home-app-now-compatible-for-mobile-phones-on-andriod-and-ios-platforms/

Florida-based manufacturer of TiO (Turn it On) brand automation products, Anuva Automation, has announced the newest update to the TiO Home App, TiO version 3.1. The update includes major software updates and phone app capabilities for Android and Apple users.

This is the first time the TiO Home App will allow users to control their TiO systems from both Andriod and Apple iOS platforms, including phones. The software update features a new menu navigation scheme created to streamline operation and maintain consistency for users controlling their system from multiple devices.

“We’re excited to release this major update that allows our users the convenience of controlling their TiO system with any Android or iOS device paired to the system,” Sanjay Patel, president of Anuva Automation, said in a statement. “The Android app is available now and the iOS app is in the Apple approval process. We expect that to be released any day now. We are continuously working to improve the TiO experience and we are committed to making our products the best it can be.”

“TiO 3.1 provides additional and easier control of TiO by enabling Android phones and iPhones.” John Anderson, product manager of TiO, also said in a statement. “The updated app release of TiO 3.1 is a significant milestone in our evolution and makes TiO even more accessible.”

The updated TiO Home 3.1 App can be downloaded for free from the Google Play and Apple Store. All Elements must be updated but updating a currently configured system will not change any of the configuration settings.

Visit TiO Home 3.1 Release Notes to download the full update notes.