App Manual Content

App Manual Content
Table of Contents
3 Launch Screen
17 Manage Connection
3 Bluetooth Connect Screen
17 Data Refresh Rate
3 Welcome Screen
18 Manage Logging
4 Home
18 Logging - Clear Data
5 Main Menu Stack
19 Manage Alerts
5 Connected Devices Stack
20 Alerts - Manage Range
6 New Device Setup
20 Alerts - In-App Live Alert
6 Register
20 Alerts - Background Alerts
11 Readings
20 Banner
12 Stats
20 Alert
13 Stats - Readings Range
21 App Preferences
13 Stats - Range Refined
13 Stats - Temperature
14 Stats - Exporting
14 Stats - Sharing
15 Log
15 Log - Scrolling
15 Flick to Scroll
15 Tap & Hold to Scroll
16 Manage
16 Manage - Device Info
Launch Screen
Upon opening the app the launch screen is
briefly displayed while the app loads.
Bluetooth Connect Screen
Welcome Screen
If Bluetooth is turned off on the device, a prompt
will appear asking to turn Bluetooth on. With
Bluetooth off the app will not be able to connect
to Kestrel devices.
When the app is launched for the first time, the
user is given two options for the selection of their
app units. These units will be used throughout
the app. This can be changed in the app setting.
Connected Device
Signal Strength
Non-Connected Device
Add Device
Quick links at the bottom of the homepage
bring the user to NK support or the store.
Once arriving at the homepage, all available
devices will be displayed. This includes connected
devices, and devices not yet connected.
Main Menu Stack
The top left corner stack reveals the main
navigation menu of the app. It allows for quick navigation from anywhere in the app.
Connected Devices Stack
The top right corner stack reveals the device list.
It shows the connected and previously connected
devices. It allows for quick navigation to devices
from anywhere in the app.
New Device Setup
When setting up a device the user will be
prompted to name that device. This name will
appear throughout the app and can be altered
later through the device settings page.
After setting up a device users will be prompted
to register with NK. This is optional for the user.
The Edit Dashboard option allows the user to
replace the current measurements with new
measurements and re-arrange measurements on
the dashboard.
The Share Dashboard option allows the user to
share the measurements of their dashboard and
an image of the current screen through social
media, email, and messaging.
The More tab allows the user to open the bottom
navigation of the current device and switch
between the pages of the device.
The dashboard is the main page for each device.
Here the user can view their own selection of 3
different measurements.
Bottom Navigation
Arrows are active when additional products are
connected demonstrating the ability to swipe on
the device name to switch between devices.
Other States
No devices, or no other devices connected.
Dashboard (pages 7-11)
Readings (page 11)
Stats (pages 12-14)
Log (page 15)
Manage (pages 16-20)
Other devices connected, swipe to the right, to
reveal the device to the left.
Other devices connected, swipe left or right to
Activating the More tab at the bottom of the
reveal other connected devices
dashboard slides up navigation for the device
currently being viewed. It allows the user to move
through the content for their device. This tab can
be hidden at any time by selecting Hide to bring it
to its original hidden state.
Edit Dashboard
Once Edit Dashboard has been selected, the
edit menu appears at the bottom of the screen
displaying the different measurements available
for the device currently being viewed.
Edit Dashboard - Drag
When the user drags the icon to a section of the
dashboard, a large icon will follow the dragging
motion. Measurements can also be switched from
panel to panel within the edit screen by dragging
one measurement from one panel to the other
desired panel.
Edit Dashboard
Edit Dashboard - Save
When the user releases over the desired location,
the panel is switched with the new measurement.
It is not activated until the save button is pressed.
Once the user has pressed save, the new panel or
panels will become active and the Edit Dashboard
menu will hide again.
Share Dashboard
When sharing the dashboard, the app takes
the user through their standard share process.
This display would be different across different
versions of devices.
The Readings page allows the user to view all of
their measurements from the given device in a
listed format.
Users click this to export
the data provided below
If the user would like to adjust the range of data
throughout all the readings, they can click here to
adjust the range.
If the user would like to view a detailed view of a
specific measurement, selecting the arrow next to
the measurement brings them to it.
The Stats page allows the user to view all of their
measurements’ averages as well as maximum and
minimum readings.
Stats - Readings Range
In the Stats page there is an option to adjust the
readings date range. This will restrict the readings
of all the measurements to a specific range in date
and time so the user can more accurately view the
Stats - Range Refined
Once the user has submited their desired range,
they are brought to the stats page again, now
showing that the reading range is defined as
Stats - Temperature
Upon entering the individual measurements such
as Temperature in this image, a complete list of all
readings of that type are shown.
Stats - Exporting
If the user decides to export their data, the load
screen appears while the app collects all the
neccessary information to be exported.
Stats - Sharing
The user is then prompted to choose how they
would like to export their data, and where they
would like to share it to.(iOS example shown)
Log - Scrolling
As with the Stats page, the Log page has the
same functionality for setting a data range.
(Stats - Data Range, Page 13)
When searching through data points, there can be
an overwhelming amount of points to go through.
Because of this, two types of scrolling were
developed to help ease the process of finding
information faster.
Flick to Scroll
Each reading is marked with a yellow dot which
can be scrolled to for more precise information
located on top of the graph labeled “Data
Flick left or right to scroll through a portion of the
data points and locking onto the nearest point.
Tap & Hold to Scroll
Tap and hold on the graph to reveal an indicator
at the top of the graph that shows the user where
they are in the log while scrolling through a large
amount of data points.
To easily switch between viewing different
measurements on the graph select either
icon at the bottom, or simply swipe the
measurement title.
Within the Log page the user is given a graphical
display of the devices stored data.
Manage - Device Info
Disconnect: Removes active connection between
the app and device.
Forget Device: Disconnects the current device
and forgets the devices settings and content.
LED Flash: Sends a signal to the device to flash its
LED so the user can find it
Factory Reset: Restores the device to its default
Device Manual: Provides user with the manual for
the current device.
Device Info: Provides the user with a detailed look
at the device’s technical information.
The Manage page provides the user with the
ability to change some of the basic features of the
device. It also provides some detailed information
about the device and offers updates when they
are available.
Within the Device Info option the user can view
the device’s model number, serial number,
manufacturer, hardware version, firmware version
as well as the range when connected.
Manage Live Readings
From the Manage page, Manage Live Readings
allows the user to adjust the transmission rate of
the device.
Data Refresh Rate
Data Refresh Rate can be altered by using the
scroll wheel to adjust the rate and then clicking
submit to confirm the change.
Manage Data Logs
Logging - Clear Data
Wrap log is an overwrite feature that will discard
the oldest data point to capture new data when
the log becomes full.
The data log interval can be changed using
the scroll wheel and clicking submit to save the
Within Manage Data Logs the user has the ability
to wrap their log, adjust their logging rate, and
clear their data.
In the Clear Data menu the user can choose
between three options which are briefly
explained to the right of the options.
Manage Alerts
By choosing the arrow next to a specific
measurement you enter the settings of that
specific alert (Page 20).
The Kestrel app allows the user to be alerted
when specific measurements reach a maximum or
minimum point. The Alerts settings allow the user
to manage those alerts.
Alerts - Manage Range
Alerts - In-App Live Alert
Alerts - Background Alerts
While out of the app the user still recieves alerts.
If they choose to go through Apple’s notification
center settings the two options iOS offers are:
The user can also choose to go into each
measurement category and turn them on
individually. The minimum and maximum settings for these alerts are also available upon entering
the specific measurement.
When a measurement has fallen or risen above
or below the range, a live alert screen pops up
to inform the user.
Android only has one option similar to the
Alerts shown above.
App Preferences
Allows the user to control the units of measurement
the app will use and adjust how devices connect.