Comfort Touch app FAQs

A lot of questions have already been asked. Below you’ll find answers to most of these frequently asked questions. Click the relevant question to find your answer.

What operating systems does the Comfort Touch App support?

Our Comfort Touch App is available in the App Store or on Google Play. We support the last three versions of the operating systems. That means that for Android we support Android versions 8, 9 and 10. And for iOS we support iOS versions 11, 12 and 13.

What should I do if the app says I don't have a connection?

Problems may be the result of your internet connection or the boiler connection. Indicators on the gateway may provide information as to where the problem lies. You can find various solutions to numerous connectivity problems in our troubleshooting guide.

What's the difference between the Comfort Touch app and Intouch app?

Our new Comfort Touch app is designed for use with our new Comfort Touch thermostat. You’ll find many features and functions from the Incomfort app in our Comfort Touch app, it’s just that it’s newer and faster. It also allows you to set your week’s programmes in a different way.

Where can I get the Comfort Touch?

The Comfort Touch is available from your installer. Ask them about the various options.

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Which boilers can I use the Comfort Touch app with?

The Comfort Touch app is compatible with all Intergas ECO RF boilers (2014 or later). It’s also compatible with our new Xtreme boilers. The Intergas gateway converts your Comfort Touch into a smart thermostat, so that you can control your central heating remotely using the app on your smartphone or tablet.

The app is designed as both an extension of your Comfort Touch thermostat in terms of function and design. Comfort Touch thermostats only work in combination with Smart Power-compatible boilers (February 2017 or later).

What should I do if the app can't find the gateway?

Check the following:

  • Is your gateway turned ON?
  • Is your gateway connected to the internet? Is the network cable connected to Port 1 on your router?
  • Is your gateway receiving power and are the indicators illuminated?
  • Is your smartphone switched to Wi-Fi?