Readings are added by selecting the + button at the bottom of the usage, costs and graphs screen.
The date and time defaults to the current date and time, and the reading defaults to the last value entered for the selected meter.
The “Bill” switch lets you associate specific readings with your actual bills (note, it doesn’t submit your readings for you!).
The “New Meter” switch is used to reset your readings, useful if you get a replacement meter. Just take a final reading on your old meter, then an initial reading on your new meter, turning on the new meter switch. Note that the new meter switch is automatically enabled on your oldest reading. I therefore recommend adding readings in date order, however if you do add older ones simply make sure you de-select the new meter switch on what was the previous oldest reading.
The rate row lets you enter each of your readings (one for all day rates, two for day and night … etc). These need to be added one at a time before saving.
Once you have entered a date and reading(s), select Save at the bottom. This then gives an option to advance to the next meter, letting you quickly enter all of your meters in one go.
The readings screen shows a table containing the date and time, usage for each meter reading, as well as an overall usage and cost, including discounts and fixed charges.
Individual readings can be edited (by selecting them) or deleted by tapping and holding.
The period options at the bottom let you view the difference between each reading (the delta), or their daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly or yearly equivalents.
Tap the three dots to view your usage and costs since your last bill or give an estimate of your next bill. You can also choose to view readings between bills only, to check what you are being charged.