Software & Setup
We’ll cover the Android side installation in this review as we have the Android compatible camera, but the Apple/iOS install should be very similar.
The first step is to find the FLIR ONE app in the store, and install it.
The first time you run the app, you get some welcome screens.
One Nice thing is FLIR tells you why it needs permissions before actually asking for them. In this case, the FLIR ONE app makes a new folder in your pictures directory for its own use and stays within it.
The last system setup step is to approve USB access to the camera, and read and accept the terms and conditions.
One point we weren’t quite as fond of is being forced to sign up for a FLIR Cloud account to proceed. It’s actually pretty painless and does play into your warranty, so we guess it’s worth the few moments of your time considering it only needs your name and email.
Once you register, simply confirm your email, and log in and you are done.
Now, it’s time to see the heat!