Can’t release any numbers today, but it was a NEW RECORD !
UPDATED Pi Home Automation Free App!!!
– I had to change the name to Pi Home Automation Lite (new rules I guess) along with the name change I fixed a bug that would cause the app to send “ghost” or “echo” commands when you unlocked your phone if you left the app in the foreground when you turned it off. I also fixed the issue where devices would remain highlighted when you clicked on them to turn them off.
I would like to thank:
South Africa first! and you just made history! My first Apple Watch App purchasers (plural and singular!) – if you would like to send me a e-mail I would love to document possibly your name and what town you live in.
Second Germany (multiple downloads), you are flying man! You will definitely be the next country to 100 downloads! . . . and 2 more the following day . . .
Third India (multiple downloads), you may be next, France is still ahead of you.
Argentina (multiple downloads)
U.S.A. (multiple downloads), still in the lead, kind of sad we didn’t get the first watch apps.
WELCOME LATVIA! (That will be very *toit* to get a pin in, but don’t worry, you will be represented!)
Although this might make them some more money on the music streaming, but in the end they will end up collecting dust (volume control, OY VEY!). And you have to ease people into it, sadly. I didn’t really use Siri that much until Alexa, and then when I got the Apple Watch I was hooked, especially in the car (ANY CAR).
You can put Alexa on a Raspberry Pi and find out it’s really not that useful (volume control, OY VEY!) unless you spend hundreds of dollars to add home automation. Mysteriously AT&T changed the functionality of their Alexa skill (MADE IT SLOWER! WHAAA?) after I made my IoT OtG app and showed how to use it with Alexa on YouTube.