adafruit.io, our IoT service for engineers, makers, hackers, and more has 308,729 total users, however! Here are the most recent stats from the last 30 days which is a pretty good picture!
- USERS ACTIVE (last 30 days): 16,656
- USERS ADDED (last 7 days): 1,989
- FEEDS: 458,270
- FEEDS CREATED (last 7 days): 5,535
In the last 30 days adafruit.io inserted over 789 million records.
There are about 18 million background jobs per day and about 4,200+ MQTT connections active 24/7.
IFTTT, Adafruit’s week in review: February 10 – February 16
- Service connections: +594, all-time 65,733
- Applet runs: +1,340,267, all-time 201,663,200
- Applets turned on: +1,627, all-time 151,161
What is adafruit.io? Glad you asked!
We play nice with any device
Our simple client libraries work with the most popular devices such as the Adafruit Feather Huzzah, ESP8266, Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and more.
Built from the ground up to be easy to use
We do the hard work so you can focus on the fun stuff.
The same API that drives our user interface is available to you. We provide documentation so you can build a library in your favorite language to talk to IO, or use one of ours.
It’s Your Data
The data you store with IO is yours to manage and control. You can download it all anytime and we will never sell or give it away to another company. We feel strongly enough about this that we put it in our IoT Bill of Rights.
Data won’t help you make better decisions or understand the world you’re living in unless you can see it. Charts, graphs, gauges, logging, and more are available from anywhere in our carefully designed web-based dashboards.
Private & Secure
We won’t share your account information with anyone without your permission and everything you store on Adafruit IO is private by default, whether you’re a paying customer or not.
We’ve written a lot more about Adafruit IO than just our web API. Teaching is at the heart of Adafruit, and our Learning System has all the projects and guides you need to get started or to level up!
Keep yourself and your systems up to date by automatically responding to changes. Triggers monitor your data to notify you when your temperature sensor gets too hot or when your DIY security system goes offline.
We have been building Internet of Things devices and kits since long before Adafruit IO ever existed. Start your project with the right equipment or pick up the one last thing you need to finish. We’ve got hardware for all types of makers.
We Love Makers! Join us on the forums, on our Discord chat server, stop by the weekly Show and Tell live stream to share your project, and subscribe to our YouTube channel to see what we’re up to.
Our pricing is as simple as our API
Try Adafruit IO for free. Unlock its full potential for $10 per month.