Is it necessary to be connected to the Internet to use Vespera?

Is it necessary to be connected to the Internet to use Vespera?

No. Vespera uses a Wi-Fi network to communicate with your smartphone, but that doesn't mean it needs an Internet connection. When you install the instrument, you simply need to go to your Wi-Fi settings and connect to the signal emitted by Vespera (similar to Bluetooth on other devices).

You only need the Internet to :
- Create your account or connect to it,
- Share your images on social networks,
- Update the application.

Please note that in order to continue surfing the Internet, you will need to use the Data network (4/5G) of your phone as the Wi-Fi network will already be used by Vespera.

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