Bridge Inspector is the perfect tool to explore your Hue Bridge. Bridge Inspector is a great tool for every hue developer or just for everyone who wants to explore the bridge in detail.
Explore all objects stored on your bridge and see every detail for each object.
Check your lights response time.
See various statistics about your Bridge.
You've got the feeling that your bridge stores to many unused resources? No problem, simply clean up your bridge with Bridge Inspector.
- You can now delete multiple resources at once
- Minor Improvements
Ratings and Reviews
I didn’t realize how helpful this app at the beginning. There is no alternative if you want to clean up parts of bridge without full wiping out. This can be helpful if you had multiple apps and these left bunch of leftovers that cause random activity. It is not the everyday tool but indispensable tool. Thank you! (I don’t understand why other reviews so negative)
Developer Response ,
At times, essential
I was shocked to see some of the negative reviews, so felt compelled to add my own.
While the UI is relatively basic, this app is the only quick and certain way I know of to find, identify, and at times remedy issues in a large Hue deployment. Functionality such as response time, firmware revisions, and state values matter when things get... funky. Five stars for results and otherwise inaccessible information from my devices.
I don’t start problem solving with this app, but it’s *always* where I end problem solving.
Thank you - I’m on the page today to check to see how recently it was updated in the hope it will continue to be supported.
It's Not Complete.
As it is, this app is pretty much useless. The light identifiers do not correlate with the scenes they are in. Suppose you have scenes like kitchen bright, living room bright and so on. This app just lists them out as bright, bright and so on. If you click down twice you can finally find the numerical light identifiers for one of several mystery scenes. By then you can't remember which one you clicked. Why this is important is, for example in my case, I believe that duplicate scenes are held on my bridge but lack of correlation of lights, scenes and groups makes finding them too difficult with this app.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.