The ZOLEO App bases your temperature units on your mobile device's settings and here are instructions to change these for Android Devices and iOS Devices.
Android Devices - Language Settings
If you're running an Android device, refer to this article from Google Support on how to change the language settings for your device. Refer to the section Change the language on your Android device on that page for how to set.
- When this language is set to "US" English, it will use Fahrenheit. Selecting CAN, AUS, NZ, or UK English should set it to Celsius.
iOS Devices - Temperature Units
Check your Temperature Unit choice under Settings > General > Language and Region. An option for unit selection (F or C) will be found on this page.
My android device is already setup for English (United States), yet I am still getting weather in METRIC. Any other advice?
Hi Ken Hadden,
There was a bug with the most recent app update that locked weather units to metric.
There was a hotfix that was deployed to the Play Store yesterday, so if you double check you have the latest version of the ZOLEO app, this issue should now be fixed.
Sorry for the inconvenience!
I have 3.1.7-91 installed. And the play store does not show an update.
That is the latest version containing the hotfix. Can you verify that your weather is now showing in Imperial units?
I can verify that 3.1.7-91 is now showing the correct units on my phone. English units, not metric. Finally!!!!, it sure took long enough to get that fixed!
Just used the device this weekend to check the weather and all is good with the latest firmware.
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