That’s the one that seems to have the best reviews that I have found. I like that it will graph your parameters so you can see trends.I use Aquarimate to track all four of my tanks.
‘Yea I’m not running an apex so that’s not going to work lolThe Apex app has the ability to track parameters. I kind of use that one. But, honestly, I’ve used google sheets as well and that was probably better. You just gotta put in a bit of time to get the graphs looking how you like
My *opinion* is that Neptune has prioritized developing proprietary accessories with the least R&D costs in order to further lock-in a whole ecosystem. The Trident may be the only exception, but I have my reservations there too. Every feature they have already exists in industry. But their approach has been to force each feature into a closed ecosystem instead of adopting industry standards. So many examples I could give lol, but its a sidetrack from this thread.You would think by now Apex would have a more reliable product that’s built to last more than a couple of years (maybe) and in the event of a failure have a way to regain lost data. I think most reefers tend to be short sighted so they don’t really feel the need for long term data. I know a export/import data feature should be very easy to do since there are lots of products with that feature so one could export to Excel or any of the numeric programs to backup or graph as one sees fit. As with most products if you have lacking software it’s just not going to perform as one would hope.