iOS 12 and saying goodbye to an old friend


Hi! Sorry, I can not help you, but you have nice theme. Could you share your night mode or what ever it is?

    # Main colors that can be changed
      primary-color: "#2c7fa3"
      disabled-text-color: "#545454"
      divider-color: "rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.12)"
      paper-card-background-color: "#4e4e4e"
      paper-grey-200: "#191919"
      paper-item-icon-color: "#d3d3d3"
      paper-listbox-background-color: "#202020"
      paper-listbox-color: "#FFFFFF"      
      primary-background-color: "#303030"
      primary-text-color: "#cfcfcf"      
      secondary-background-color: "#2b2b2b"
      secondary-text-color: "#04a7bc"
    # Colors based on variables, see above
      label-badge-background-color: "var(--secondary-background-color)"
      label-badge-text-color: "var(--text-primary-color)"
      paper-card-header-color: "#var(--paper-item-icon-color)"
      paper-grey-50: "var(--primary-text-color)"
      paper-item-icon-active-color: "var(--primary-color)"
      paper-item-icon_-_color: "var(--primary-text-color)"
      paper-slider-active-color: "var(--primary-color)"
      paper-slider-knob-color: "var(--primary-color)"
      paper-slider-knob-start-color: "var(--primary-color)"
      paper-slider-pin-color: "var(--primary-color)"
      paper-slider-secondary-color: "var(--light-primary-color)"     
      paper-toggle-button-checked-ink-color: "var(--dark-primary-color)"
      paper-toggle-button-checked-button-color: "var(--primary-color)"
      paper-toggle-button-checked-bar-color: "var(--light-primary-color)"
      paper-toggle-button-unchecked-bar-color: "var(--primary-text-color)"
      table-row-background-color: "#202020"
      table-row-alternative-background-color: “#202020


Car Play is only for very specific pieces of software, I doubt Apple would approve this app to be available on Car Play :frowning:


@robbiet480 still no support for Apple Health Integration?


@Bart274 I have added pedometer data to 2.0 via Core Motion instead of HealthKit.

Revisiting the specific request for HealthKit, since this was first requested Apple has published some documentation around getting approval for Health stating: ...your app must not access the HealthKit APIs unless the app is primarily designed to provide health or fitness services. Your app's role as a health and fitness service must be clear in both your marketing text and your user interface. so it’s unlikely that the app would get approved anyway since it’s primarily NOT designed to provide health or fitness services.


Does anyone know if critical alerts ever happened?


Yes in v2 when released.


Thanks David. In the meantime, are you aware of ANY notification platform which can bypass DnD?


I’m not aware of any


I, too, was fighting with DnD. Here’s what finally worked:

I set up a Twillio account (see and set up a phone number there. I then added that phone number to my iPhone’s contacts, and enable “emergency bypass” for text messages. I then have critical notifications from HA go as a text message through that platform.

It works, if kind of kludgy. You can also have Twilio make phone calls rather than texts, using tts. Same idea, enable emergency bypass for that number. Here’s the relevant code:

In configuration.yaml:

  account_sid: !secret twilio_sid
  auth_token: !secret twilio_token
  - name: text_notifier
    platform: twilio_sms
    from_number: !secret twilio_from_number
  - name: call_notifier
    platform: twilio_call
    from_number: !secret twilio_from_number

In scripts.yaml (or wherever you put scripts):

- alias: test sms notify
  - data:
      message: test 1
      target: !secret jtextnum
    service: notify.text_notifier

- alias: test call notify
  - data:
      message: test 1
      target: !secret jtextnum
    service: notify.call_notifier


That sucks. Anyone want’s to make a Hass Fitness companion-app with a semi-open api? :smiley: All joking adside, there should be some hacky way of getting the info into hass… There are some sync apps I know, like Health kit -> Fitbit and such.