Having had my Homey for a few months now I use it for general home automation mainly turning on lights and integrating with heating.
One main critical thing that I purchased Homey for was for it to work with my Aeotec gen 5 Garage Door controller.
I did try a Vera hub with the garage and it worked perfectly but Vera has no integration with my Hive home heating and that is one main reason why I went over to Homey.
My main reason for wanting garage door control was I kept forgetting to close the garage and set up a flow to do this automatically after a period of time.
Although Homey on the old v1.5 release was a bit of a pain to set up with the garage door controller, due to the open/closed being the wrong way round, I set up the flow to compensate for this, it did work.
I previously also raised a support case as Homey refuses to see more than one heating thermostat for Hive and i have one upstairs and one downstairs in my house. I was told that this was not a priority at the time and it still has not been fixed.
Since updating to v2 software, Homey refuses to send any commands to my garage door controller, so may main reason for purchasing it does not work at all.
Having raised a further support ticket and send requested diagnostic information to Homey Support for this issue, I get a response that says they will pass on to the app developer, which means I may get it fixed at some point if at all.
While I understand that any device manufacturer is dependant on app developers that support their product, for what is sold as a consumer product, this is unacceptable.
If I bought a TV from a shop and the manufacturer of the product bricked a significant functional part of the device with a software update and could not fix it, I would expect to take it back and get a refund.
When Homey updated their software to v2 beta, I did not upgrade as I wanted a release and stable platform and it seems that if the released v2 also breaks stuff, I have wasted my time.
Homey is far from a consumer product and I am now in the position for reviewing if I continue with it or just throw in the towel and forget home automation