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Consumptions - Administer all meter readings for iOS

By Matthias Rudolph Free Editors' Rating

Editors' Review

Download.com Staff Nov 4, 2013

Consumptions is designed to track your energy use in a number of different formats, and while it could use a bit more direction for how to set up and track different types of utilities, it works well for what it offers. This free app is a good companion for anyone that needs to cut their energy bills and wants to pay close attention to consumption on a daily basis.

When you first open Consumptions, it is empty. There is no tutorial or walkthrough for setting up new utilities, though the limited number of menus eliminates your options quickly. Once you have identified and defined each of your utilities you can start adding meter readings. The app doesn't do a lot until you have at least two to three days of readings entered. At that point it will start providing graphs, showing average consumption, days when it increased or decreased, and more. This makes for a very useful visualization tool for how much energy you are using. The interface here is very well made and the menus are clean and easy to navigate, but some functions and walkthroughs are missing -- always adding a bit of extra time to the process of adding new utilities or updating your consumption rates.

If you are interested in tracking your daily energy use in an app, Consumptions is a decent free app for doing so. It's fast and the interface is clean and easy to navigate. While it could use a tutorial and a few more features, it generally works as advertised and can be a very useful tool for tracking your consumption rates.

Full Specifications

What's new in version 8.0

Scan the Meter ID and the Meter Readings with the camera of your iPhone. The scanned images can be automatically saved to the Photos app.Some bugfixes.

General

Release May 6, 2016
Date Added May 6, 2016
Version 8.0

Operating Systems

Operating Systems iOS
Additional Requirements Compatible with: ipad2wifi, ipad23g, iphone4s, ipadthirdgen, ipadthirdgen4g, iphone5, ipodtouchfifthgen, ipadfourthgen, ipadfourthgen4g, ipadmini, ipadmini4g

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Total Downloads 9
Downloads Last Week 0
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Developer's Description

Use Consumptions to keep track of the consumptions of electricity, petrol, heating oil, water and other free definably meters. All meter readings can be displayed in a chart. There are no limits in the number of meters and readings. The app supports the import and export of csv files. For backup reasons you can also export and import the whole database. Consumptions supports iCloud Sync. You are not forced exactly on the first of the month to enter the readings, because the app can interpolate missing values.The app also contains an extension for the Apple Watch. Enter the current meter reads simply on your wrist.Features:- iOS 8 ready, import data from other sources, more information on bigger iPhones- Apple Watch support- enter historical meter readings- unlimited number of meters and readings- virtual meters- groups of meters- zoom and move the graph in real time with finger gesture- line charts and pie charts- iCloud sync support - enter the readings at your iPhone and analyse the diagram on your iPad- sharing of the history and the reports (send, print, open in)- import and export the database and csv files- show the consumptions for whole weeks, moths, quarters and years- support of replaced meters- full 64bit- Dynamic Type- support for landscape and portrait view on iPhone and iPad- definable wallpaper (on iPad)- scan the Meter ID and the Meter Readings with the camera of your iPhone