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What devices does Gridwatch work on?
Gridwatch (iOS version) is Universal and made to work on iPhone, iPod and iPad. Gridwatch version 1.2.0 supports iOS 5/6 (iPhone only) while 2.0.X supports all iOS devices running iOS 8+ as a Universal App.
What about Android, Blackberry, Windows & Desktop versions of the app?
The WebApp version of Gridwatch went live March 28, 2014 and supports Smartphones/Tablets/Desktops including iOS/Android/Blackberry/Windows. Desktop browsers supported Mac(Safari, Chrome, FireFox) and PC (IE8,9,10,11/Chrome). Make sure to bookmark it! Gridwatch WebApp
Where can I find help for Gridwatch?
Tutorials are available in the app. For iOS 5/6 tap the “i” icon, iOS 8+ users can access the 'help & how to' section from the main menu.
Does Gridwatch work outside of Ontario?
The app works anywhere however, Gridwatch was designed specifically for the Ontario market and reports all data in Eastern Time.
iOS 5/6 Users - Current Version 1.2.0
The current version available on the App Store is 1.2.0 released February 1, 2013. You can find the version you have installed by opening the app and tapping the “i” icon (top right). Scroll down to the “About Gridwatch” section. It’s listed there.
iOS 8+ Users - Current Version 2.3.0
The current version available on the App Store is 2.3.0 released January 31, 2017. You can find the version you have installed by opening the app and select the 'about Gridwatch' section from the menu. The installed version is listed under 'version' in that section.
WebApp - Version 2.0.0
The current version live on the Web is 2.0.0 - released March 17, 2016.
Have questions about Gridwatch, feedback or suggestions? We love hearing from users! Drop us a line and be sure to include your mobile device model in the message.
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Energy Insight (formerly EnergyMobile) is an Ottawa-based company devoted to building smart, functional, beautiful web and mobile apps that simplify and save energy. Founded by energy geek, Tim Johnson, in 2011, Energy Insight uses emerging technology to raise awareness and increase energy literacy.