This app allows you to easily test your projects that use the HM10 or HM11 Bluetooth to Serial transceiver module. Can be used with, for example, Arduinos and other microcontroller boards. Source code can be found on GitHub.
Configure and monitor your Cleanflight/Betaflight/INAV multicopter with your iPhone or iPad Mobile Flight connects to your multicopter with Wi-Fi or Bluetooth 4.0. See below for the list of supported communication modules. * TBS Crossfire TX and TBS Crossfire Diversity RX.Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
Wirelessly connect your iOS device to Adafruit Bluefruit LE modules for control & communication with your projects. Features: Send iOS sensor & GPS data wirelessly over Bluetooth LE (Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life) Control Pad for simple directional control of your projects Control Arduino Digital, Analog, & PWM pin input & output Send & receive messages via UART monitor in Hex or ASCII format Control NeoPixels individually with an interactive color picker Scan & list nearby Bluetooth LE peripherals with RSSI and Advertisement data Connect & List peripheral Services & Characteristics in Info mode Serial Plotter to plot numeric data graphically Multiple simultaneous connections (UART and Serial Plotter only) Update your Bluefruit device to the latest firmware version from within the app Use Apple Watch to control Bluefruit with Color Picker & Control PadLearn more about Adafruit Bluefruit LE at:http://www.adafruit.com/bluefruitle
Program your LightBlue Bean and Bean+ from your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch The LightBlue Bean+ is Punch Through Designs newest addition to the Internet of Things. Beans connect your physical devices to the digital world. Key features: Now supporting the new LightBlue Bean+ Verify Arduino code on your iOS device with the Bean Cloud Compiler Program your Bean wirelessly via Bluetooth Low Energy Integrated code editor with C syntax highlighting Code helper toolbar with Arduino symbols and macros Rename and blink your Beans from inside the Bean Loader Link with Dropbox to sync your sketches anywhere Comes with example sketches so you can get started with Bean right away
Control Arduino, Raspberry Pi, ESP8266, ESP32, Particle Photon and Electron, and many other microcomputers with an iPhone? Building a smart home or robot? Happy Blynking
This is a simple IOS application that was created to allow the user to scan a URL from a QR Code or other image. This application can be used by an individual by encoding a URL on QR Code and scan it on the app. The source code is available at Github under MIT License
HackerRemote is a Bluetooth 4.0 (BLE) remote app for your electronic projects, such as robots and copters. It can be used with arduino and a BLE to serial module, such as RedBearLab BLE Mini and DFRobot Bluno. And the app can also receive strings from BLE devices and display them on the screen.
Reading and exploring source code should be enjoyable and not limited to Desktop. NapCat is a different GitHub client which let you download your most used or favorite GitHub projects for offline reading. Follow us on Twitter at @napcatapp * Access to all themes is available in Full Version Upgrade
The BL600 Proximity and Find Me app is an example application that can be made for Bluetooth Smart devices built around Laird Technologies class-leading BL600 module series, designed to ease development and significantly reduce time to market. The BL600 series utilises Nordic Semiconductors nRF51822 system on chip and provides for extremely low power operation, whilst supporting a -91dB link budget for maximum operating range. The iOS source code behind this app as well as the sample smartBASIC app for the BL600 can be found at http://www.lairdtech.com/bl600
This utility app allows owners of GemTot bluetooth beacons to easily configure, test and demonstrate them. Distance demonstration: Demonstrates how an app is aware of a beacons relative proximity when moving closer or further away from a beacon source and how the RSSI and power calibration of the beacon can be used to calculate a crude distance to the beacon source. To save battery life, location permissions should be disabled when the app is not in use.
This is a serial Bluetooth 4.0 BLE for Arduino, Nano, Mega app for use only with cc2541 (BLE-HM-10). It can be used to control LED, Relay switch or any other I/O on/off single pin controlled part. Must use sketch from FatBeard.comNow includes Pulse feature
The myTransmit app allows you to use your iPhone or iPad as an RF Proximity Beacon, utilising Bluetooth Low Energy.myTransmit can be used it to test RF Proximity Beacon compatible software running on other devices, without the need for a physical Beacon. This app requires that you have iOS7 installed on an iPhone5, iPhone4s, iPod Touch (5th generation) or iPad (3rd generation). Disclaimer: Continued use of Bluetooth can adversely affect battery life.
Finally you will be able to send information through Bluetooth to your Arduino using your iPhone With this app, you can connect to a Bluetooth Low Energy module HC-08 and send characters to it. With these characters you can program actions in your microcontroller to be executed when receiving. Now you can control whatever device using Bluetooth with your iPhone
This application demonstrates the capabilities of the experimental ANT Auto Shared Channel example from Nordic Semiconductors nRF51 SDK 7.2+.The sample supports up to two ANT+BLE hubs and up to 15 ANT-only nodes for each hub. At least four boards are required to utilize all features of the reference design. You may find the source code and more information on GitHub page: https://github.com/NordicSemiconductor/ANT-Shared-Channel-Demo
HM10control gives you the ability to do some basic controls of the quite affordable HM-10 bluetooth module (tested firmware version 540) without an additional microcontroller (e.g. Arduino). This is a quite minimal first version to find out if someone except myself finds it useful. Dont use for emergency shutdown of reactors or other operations you regard (time) critical.