September 21, 2011 by Rachel Cericola
Every company seems to have its own app. Now, LiteTouch is spreading that wealth of control to the web. The company just announced that the LiteTouch Remote Access Application is now available for use with any web browser.
Optimized for use on mobile devices, the LiteTouch app was first released in 2011 for use with the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch (pictured).
After logging in, users can turn lights on and off, measure current energy use, and get system status updates. There’s also a “favorites” feature, which allows users to mark frequently used functions and move them to a Favorites screen for easy access.
Besides needing a LiteTouch system, you’ll need an authorized dealer or distributor to set up LiteTouch Remote Access. LiteTouch also says there’s no annual renewal or maintenance fees.
“The popularity of our Remote Access App for Apple devices has certainly driven us to introduce this a web version where customers can access their LiteTouch system from their Blackberry devices, Android devices or laptop computers,” said Angie Larson, LiteTouch’s VP of sales and marketing. “The number of current system owners adding remote access functionality to their older LiteTouch systems has been surprising, in fact several systems that were upgraded this year were more than a decade old.”
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