Stoker-web Android App

Stoker-web Android App


Android client for the Rock's BBQ Stoker and open source Stoker-web program.

Monitors and controls your Stoker directly from your Android phone. Provides instant feedback from stoker when active and extends battery life when monitoring the stoker in the background. Allows changing probe target temperatures and alarms for all connected probes. Shows visible warning when alarms conditions are present. When phone is sleeping, background services monitor probes every 2 minutes and will trigger an Android notification if an alarm condition is present.

When connected to a stoker-web server, additional log functionality is available and 5 second updates when screen is active.

Recent changes:
Fixed possible crash while checking for alert conditions
Fixed issue where edit/delete dialog goes away before an option can be pressed
Added option to email log to stokerwebhelp
Unknown build issue caused app not to start on some devices.
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$0.99
96
4.8
User ratings
5
Installs
100+
Concerns
0
File size
979 kb
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About Stoker-web Android App
Android client for the Rock's BBQ Stoker and open source Stoker-web program.

Monitors and controls your Stoker directly from your Android phone. Provides instant feedback from stoker when active and extends battery life when monitoring the stoker in the background. Allows changing probe target temperatures and alarms for all connected probes. Shows visible warning when alarms conditions are present. When phone is sleeping, background services monitor probes every 2 minutes and will trigger an Android notification if an alarm condition is present.

When connected to a stoker-web server, additional log functionality is available and 5 second updates when screen is active.

Recent changes:
Fixed possible crash while checking for alert conditions
Fixed issue where edit/delete dialog goes away before an option can be pressed
Added option to email log to stokerwebhelp
Unknown build issue caused app not to start on some devices.

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A Google User
Aug 24, 2013
Stable and Easy I've been using this with Stoker Web and it works great. So easy for overnight cooks and to rely on the alarms to let me know if there are any issues. It's also nice to be able to leave the house and still be able to monitor the cook and change temps remotely. Hopefully there will be a version with graphs out soon to use with my tablet.
A Google User
Jun 6, 2013
Great stable app Would love to see charting features added, other than that this app is perfect
A Google User
Mar 31, 2013
Pretty good It's a great little program. I do wish it did show a histogram of the temp but it does as designed. Nice work developer.
A Google User
Mar 31, 2013
Pretty good It's a great little program. I do wish it did show a histogram of the temp but it does as designed. Nice work developer.
A Google User
Jan 16, 2013
A good start The app seams very stable. Five stars for being the first and only android app! However, there doesn't seem to be much functionality beyond what is already provided by the stoker's web server accessed through my phone's browser. Having the alarm on the phone is certainly useful though, and I'll be using that feature quite a bit for overnight cooks. I hope the app has graphing in its future; something with lots of functionality similar to stokerlog. UPDATE: One good thing to add might be a drop down menu for the ip address field with stored addresses. That way, I could switch between my wifi and service provider networks without so much typing. You could take it a step further, and have the app detect when the phone is within my home's wifi range and automatically switch ip addresses accordingly. If that's not an option, maybe add some Tasker functionality to provide automatic network transition. My thinking here is that if graphing is added to the app at some point, a connection would need to be maintained.