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General Discussion / Re: Myro:Home / Myro:Home Helper for iOS / MacOS
« Last post by elbe on November 28, 2017, 10:32:39 am »
Count me in as well.  Really need a replacement for HaikuHelper.  Most important item being push notifications.  Thanks.  SJ

+1 on Push!
Also looking forward to HomeKit integration.
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General Discussion / Re: Myro:Home / Myro:Home Helper for iOS / MacOS
« Last post by SJHT on November 25, 2017, 08:40:18 am »
Count me in as well.  Really need a replacement for HaikuHelper.  Most important item being push notifications.  Thanks.  SJ
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General Discussion / Re: Myro:Home / Myro:Home Helper for iOS / MacOS
« Last post by jraymonds on November 22, 2017, 06:35:21 am »
YES! Looking for anything to replace Haiku and its vaporware successor. Push notifications died (again) when upgrading our iPhones. Maybe there is yet again another work around but I would rather support (and get support from) an existing product.
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General Discussion / Re: Myro:Home / Myro:Home Helper for iOS / MacOS
« Last post by JPP on November 16, 2017, 03:10:11 pm »
BTW, if it matters, I have an old HAI Omni controller system in my house with old touchpanels. I control security/alarm (including hard wired smoke alarms) and climate (multiple room thermostats for a hydronic radiant heat system). I do not really care about seeing the weather on my iPhone app. I do need to be able to 'reach in' and control my panel from the iPhone app (turn alarm/security on and off, adjust thermostats). I do use Comcast as my ISP with a dynamic IP. I have DYN service on my Mac @ home (always running), and leave the existing old Haiku Helper app running to be able to monitor the HAI Omni panel and push out notifications. I would pay a lot for new up-to-date functionality to allow a Haiku equivalent iOS app to run on my iPhone X under iOS 11. FWIW, I was actually surprised that iOS 11 did not actually break Haiku, and am glad I can still see and control my panel, but I do miss the push notifications.
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General Discussion / Re: Myro:Home / Myro:Home Helper for iOS / MacOS
« Last post by JPP on November 16, 2017, 09:40:45 am »
I am a long time Haiku/Haiku Helper on Mac/iOS and desperately want a replacement iOS app to fix push notifications. Count me in. Thanks for working on this.
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General Discussion / Re: Myro:Home / Myro:Home Helper for iOS / MacOS
« Last post by Myro Control on November 06, 2017, 10:33:01 am »
Push notifications are done and working well -- I have HomeKit core completed -- just need to get it "wired" into the MyroHomeHelper code now.
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General Discussion / Re: Myro:Home / Myro:Home Helper for iOS / MacOS
« Last post by eleben on November 04, 2017, 03:06:20 pm »
Hi Danny,

Definitely interested in moving to this - I honestly just miss the push notifications.

I also use openhab since it integrates with HomeKit

Thanks,
David
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General Discussion / Myro:Home / Myro:Home Helper for iOS / MacOS
« Last post by Myro Control on September 17, 2017, 09:57:51 pm »
Hello folks -- frustrated like you and a fan of the Haiku Helper and Haiku, I've decided to rebuilt a similar application keeping Weather, Push Notifications, Energy, etc.  I removed some features like scripting and their web interface as that I think was too difficult for people to understand and use but added a couple other features to make up (specific push notification triggers, logging, etc).   

I created Myro:Home for the PC years ago and when Haiku came out, I used Myro:Home on my touch panel and Haiku/Haiku Helper on my iOS devices.  The push notifications were the best part... I was sad to see them kill the product.  I am excited to see what they come up with next, but for now I need something to replace it -- so I'm bringing Myro:Home to iOS/WatchOS.
 
Anyways, Myro:Home Helper is currently in beta testing -- let me know if you are a current Haiku Helper user, I'd like to chat with you.
 
Myro:Home for iOS is also in final development -- rebuilt all the core connectivity using SWIFT language -- it has a WatchOS 3 app as well where you can trigger your "favorites" easily -- I use it for my garage door, etc.
 
I'd like to know what features you guys liked from Haiku and what you didn't -- let's not even talk about Spaces. ;)
 
How much feedback I get will dictate how much efforts I put in releasing to public... currently I'm building this for myself with the idea of putting it in the App Store for others to enjoy/migrate to.
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News & Announcements / Re: New Myro Control forum launched!
« Last post by Myro Control on September 17, 2017, 09:55:41 pm »
We're pruned/cleaned up the forum member list. 

Please recreate your account if we have inadvertently deleted your account.
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Firmware / Where are the latest firmware files?
« Last post by Myro Control on September 12, 2017, 06:04:52 pm »
Please create a support ticket requesting the latest version.  We'll be more than happy to provide you with the updater tool.
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