World's #1 App-Enabled Grilling Thermometer Acquired By Weber

AVON, CT – iDevices has entered into a definitive agreement to sell the world's #1 app-enabled grilling and cooking thermometer brands, namely iGrill® and Kitchen Thermometer, to Weber-Stephens Products, LLC. Weber®, the world's largest manufacturer of outdoor grills and grilling accessories will continue to offer and grow the line of connected cooking products. The line today includes four app-enabled Bluetooth® Smart thermometers, including iGrill2, iGrillmini, Kitchen Thermometer and Kitchen Thermometermini as well as several accessory probes. The terms of the agreement are private.

iDevices will partner with Weber to release the next generation of the iGrill app which is expected to be available in Spring 2016. Until then, iGrill and Kitchen Thermometer users will be able to continue using their product through the iDevices Connected app.

It Began with an Idea

iDevices was founded six years ago with the launch of iGrill as one of the first app-enabled products to ever hit the market. iGrill would bring cooking to a whole new level and soon earned an engaged and passionate fan base including worldwide influencers such as Facebook Founder, Mark Zuckerberg.

The iDevices Evolution

The iGrill acquisition will allow iDevices to focus even more heavily on becoming a leader in the home automation market. iDevices' growing line of Wi-Fi® and HomeKit-enabled products, available in Lowe's®, The Home Depot®, Apple Store® and on Amazon®, now includes the iDevices Switch, Outdoor Switch and Thermostat. Four new products were recently announced: Socket, Wall Switch, Dimmer Switch and Wall Outlet.

iDevices is fueled by a growing team of 70+ employees between Avon, CT and Cupertino, CA with deep expertise spanning Electrical/Software Engineering, App Development, UX/UI and Cloud Architecture. All employees will remain with iDevices following the product line acquisition.

For more information, visit
http://www.iDevicesinc.com
http://www.weber.com

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