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Heatmiser UK looking for beta testers to trial their Windows Phone app

Heatmiser (www.heatmisershop.co.uk) deals in thermostats and other hardware for the home, which help consumers utilise today's technology, namely smartphones to control the climate indoors. Heatmiser currently does not have an app available for Windows Phone, but this is set to change with a beta stage kicking off.

Should you not be familiar with modern day thermostats, the hardware enables you to carry out multiple tasks and set up more efficient heating of your home. Setting temperatures for times of the day helps save energy and have different configurations for when you're home or out.

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Interested in joining the beta program? Be sure to hit up Heatmiser on Twitter for more details and access. An official app from Heatmiser will be welcomed by those with compatible hardware at home.

Source: Twitter (1) (2); cheers, Scott, for the heads up!

Rich Edmonds
Rich Edmonds

Rich Edmonds is Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him over on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.

14 Comments
  • If I had the heatmiser products at home I would jump in
  • Be sure to register. If selected, we will provide the neoKit. Register at beta@heatmiser.com
  • Go to beta@heatmiser.com for registering
  • Don't have the products though. Shame, great product idea.
  • Don't let that stop you. We provide the neoKit free of charge if you're suitable. All we ask in return is feedback to make the windows phone app the best it can be.
  • You need to email beta@heatmiser.com We will then forward more details to you.
  • Is this available in UK?
  • Yes, it is.
  • Definitely would love to do this. Been wanting to get this kind of product for a while.
  • Heatmiser - awesome band. Oh, not that Heatmiser...:P
  • Looks good
  • I have a 3 heatmiser stats but they're not the WiFi version only wireless so they don't connect to the internet
  • You would need a three wire system to be able to use Neo and be part of this trial.
  • I've got two PRT-WTS one running a UHF zone and the other rad's and a PRTHW-TS running another UFH zone and HW.  Controled by a UH1