If you own an icomfort Wi-Fi thermostat, we have good news for you. Lennox, the makers of icomfort, plan to release a Windows Phone 8 application in February. The Android and iOS apps are already available, but we’re glad to hear Windows Phone users won’t be missing out much longer.
The icomfort Wi-Fi thermostat lets you set your home's temperature and save energy from anywhere in the world, using a smartphone, tablet or laptop. It also provides live weather forecast and automatic updates.
This great news comes directly from Lennox Consumer Affairs on Twitter:
We just heard back from our team & the Windows 8 phone app will be ready in February. Thanks for asking & for being a customer.
We’ll keep our eyes open and let you know when the app shows up at the Windows Phone Store. Are you looking forward to the icomfort app? Let us know in the comments!
Source: Lennox; Thanks for the tip, fourbadcats!
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