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ThingView – Mobile App to See ThingSpeak Charts on Android Devices 4

Posted by Hans Scharler,

Cinetica has released to Google Play, a new app to see ThingSpeak charts on Android smartphones and tablets. The app is called ThingView and has already reached 5,000 installs on Android devices!

ThingView Android App for ThingSpeak Charts

Even if you do not have devices and sensors sending data to ThingSpeak, you can still use ThingView to see public channels. For example, if you want to see the charts created by sensors in my house, just add Channel ID 9 to ThingView. You see charts of light levels and temperature generated by my house.

Check out ThingView on Google Play!

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MIlan replied on : 1 of 4
I am sending my data using nodemcu (wifi module) on thingspeak. How do i fetch that data to my android app.
Akshay Joshi replied on : 2 of 4
Can we run queries on ThingView app? I want to see graphs for some particular dates only. Is this possible with ThingView?
Hans Scharler replied on : 3 of 4
You might be able to do this. You would configure your charts on ThingSpeak, then go to Thing View and add your channel. Date selection may not be supported, but I pass that feedback to the developer.
Larisa replied on : 4 of 4
Hello, (put name). I have 8 data fields in my channel. How can I make ThingView to plot some of them a hide others?and hide others.I would like to see only few selected fields out of 8 available in my channel.