SensorPush is the easiest way to monitor the environmental conditions affecting the things you care about. Quickly pair the app with our Humidity & Temperature Smart Sensors (available at and enjoy the sleek interface for viewing current and past conditions. Add the SensorPush G1 WiFi Gateway for easy access to your data from anywhere, using our included cloud service.

In addition to the elegant current conditions and time series displays, the distribution views give you instant insight into what temperature and humidity levels are most prevalent in a location and what the extremes were for the previous hour, day, week, month, or year.

Of course, as much as you care about your home, musical instruments, family heirlooms, art or wine collections and other prized possessions, you don't need yet another chore: continually monitoring their thermometer and hygrometer readings. This is why we created a streamlined interface to configure desired conditions and enable alerts.

With the drag of a slider you can set the optimal range for any situation, whether it's a greenhouse or your guitar. Then when your iOS device is within range of the sensor (300+ feet line of sight), it will be continuously monitoring conditions.

Even when you're away, the Smart Sensor will continue to monitor conditions and upon your return the data will be seamlessly pushed to your iOS device which will notify you of problematic conditions so you can take action.

Love data? Export your entire history to CSV for analysis with Numbers, Excel or virtually any spreadsheet or data application.

Try SensorPush today and protect yourself from moldy basements and attics, cracked and damaged musical instruments, ruined family keepsakes and other costly and frustrating mishaps caused by inappropriate temperature and moisture levels.

What's New

Version 3.0.2

Minor bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
32 Ratings
32 Ratings


I got these sensors and the gateway. The instructions tell you nothing more than “use the app.” Well, the gateway wouldn’t connect to our WiFi because it had the wrong password type. I need email alerts if the temp is wrong in my room or the animals I am monitoring could die. This requires location services and my app to notify me. Sorry, not chancing having a dead phone battery or having my phone off. I also want alerts to two devices, and that means my husband ALSO needs to have his battery drained by this app to get that. I’ve returned this for the TempStick, which does what I need.

The app itself updates every minute, and tells you what you want to know. However setting your notification settings should be numerical, not a slider. It is not precise enough as is.

Dan Richman


I am so happy I stumbled on this wonderful innovation!

I built a little Stevenson-type enclosure for the sensor, to protect it from misting (for a basic design, see the second external link under the Wikipedia entry for Stevenson screens -- Amazon's rules won't let me post the link). I put it in my 21-gallon orchid habitat.

It is so sensitive that it tracks the tiny periodic variations in humidity and temperature produced when the habitat's fan cycles on and off. (The fan cycles multiple times per hour so as to provide air circulation while not lowering the humidity too much.)

The graph clearly displays the day's high and low temps, so I can adjust to ensure the difference is sufficient to induce flowering.

The innovators behind SensorPush responded quickly and enthusiastically to some suggestions I had, and the already excellent interface will likely become even more useful. Just another advantage to the "sensor + smartphone app" approach as opposed to wired or wireless sensors and a receiving unit.

This is a terrific tool for monitoring any environment. It will make any OC and/or techie types very happy.


Possibility of loading data back to the app?

With recent update, everything on Sensor Push app has become extremely responsive and fast. Thank you developer, that’s what we have been waiting for and it has finally come.

In the future, could you also implement a feature to load data back to the app?

On my iPhone, Sensor Push App has recorded near 300k samples from a single sensor. However, my old iPhone is due an upgrade. I downloaded Sensor Push App onto my new iPhone, but only 30k samples (not even near a month worth of data) were retrieved from my existing sensor, meaning the rest 270k samples were “lost”. Is there a way to maintain those data on a new Apple device instead of having the only option to export them as CVS file?


Cousins & Sears, LLC
10.5 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
Age Rating
Rated 4+
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