We've designed the Smappee App specially to support current and future Smappee innovations and to perfect the Smappee user experience. Download the app "Smappee Energy Monitor" now from GooglePlay and Appstore.

Besides a guide on how to use the Smappee App, we list all recent features and updates in this blog post. 

  1. BRAND NEW! Smappee smart EV charging
    Smappee Smart EV ChargingSmappee optimises the power available from solar energy to ensure it is maximised throughout the day. It does this while making sure your EV has as much charge as you want by the time you need it. Go to control, add your car charging station and start smart charging.

  2. BRAND NEW! More detailed graphs.
    Now you can analyse your energy consumption in even more detailed graphs. Tap the bubble, pick a date and go to the Detail of your graphs.

  3. Interaction with battery visible.
    As a Smappee Infinity (,Plus and Pro) user, you can now view how the energy flows interact with your energy storage system. Go to Smart Devices under Control and tap the plus icon.

  4. Analyse self-consumption.
    Know how much of your solar energy is used for your own consumption and how much of your consumption is covered by your solar energy production. Click on the bubble on your homescreen and find out more.

  5. Use the Assisted Learning app feature.
    A few weeks after installation, Smappee might have found several electrical tunes that NILM* can’t assign to an appliance. Users can help assign a tune to a specific appliance using the Assisted Learning app feature. You simply have to turn the appliance on and off three times when asked. Smappee tries to filter out the tune that started and ended at the exact time that the user switched the appliance on and off. If there’s a match, Smappee will learn and remember the appliance. Go to Appliances and tap the plus icon.


  6. Use Smappee Switch to find more appliances.
    We’re especially proud about this new feature! Your Smappee Switch gets even smarter. Besides controlling your appliances remotely and measuring your appliance’s energy consumption, the Smappee Switch can now help Smappee learn more about appliances submetered via NILM*. Connect your Switch to an appliance your Smappee hasn’t been able to find (accurately). When Smappee has found the appliance after a few weeks, you can move the Switch to another appliance you want Smappee to detect

  7. Tell Smappee about your building.
    Another first! Now you can tell Smappee all about your home or building. Just fill in the appliance survey. Tell Smappee what type of building you live in, how many people live in your home and what appliances you use. That way, you give Smappee a head start in finding different appliances. Go to Profile, go to Your locations, select a home and tap Survey.

  8. Give feedback on detected Events.
    We’re excited about this one! It’s Smappee’s first feature where you can give it direct feedback on its efforts to recognize appliances via NILM*. In the event list, you can now swipe an event to the right if Smappee detected it correctly. If Smappee got it wrong, just swipe the event to the left.

  9. Automate buildings easily.
    The Smappee Switch can switch your appliance off or on whenever and wherever you instruct it to. The Switch can only be controlled with the new Smappee App. We also added a cool new smart home feature: Smappee Scenes. It allows you to automate appliances connected to a Smappee Switch in many different ways. Create formulas based on activity in your home, activity of an appliance, location, active energy use, sunrise or sunset, time schedules and import or export. Get an idea of how Smappee users create their connected home or building with the Smappee ecosystem in our blog post.

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*Smappee offers several ways to submeter appliances. One of the most intriguing ways is surely our patented NILM (Non-Intrusive Load Monitoring) technology, a load disaggregation tool. Submetering with NILM (Non-Intrusive Load Monitoring) identifies up to 5 appliances and maps out their approximate energy use with an average accuracy of 70%, at no additional cost. Most likely, the identified appliances will be among the following: refrigerator, freezer, microwave, stove, oven, vacuum cleaner, coffee maker (e.g. Nespresso, Senseo, etc.), dishwasher, iron, washing machine, tumble dryer, water pump, lights (>50W) or car charger. Note that the NILM feature only works in residential buildings and is disabled by default when installing Smappee. Here’s how it works.