There are several issues I am aware if that make the wigwag router fail as a lighting controller. I had expected some issues with being an early adopter, and was willing to help wigwag though issues integrating third party devices into their relay, but this device is not ready for sale to the general public. It's not yet a device that consistently performs operations that are expected to work.
1) can not track status changes of the lights they control, even if those changes were initiated from the wig wag ap. turn a light off with the wig wag ap, and the next day when you open the ap, it may not be in sync with the last operation performed from the ap.
2) can not track status changes from other inputs. Have a switch controlling a light? These changes will not be reflected in the ap.
3) toggling a light in the ap may not actually be changing the status of a light. The ap will show a light change from off to on without confirmation from the light that a change has bee effected on the light. The ap show the status of the control within the app, not the effected change in the light itself. When everything works, the app and light stays in sync.
4) wigwag relay does not work with motion sensors like the Aeotec multisensor gen 5. Wig wag showed me screen shots indicating that they were seeing data from the sensors, but I have updated firmware on my Aeotec sensors to latest/greatest, and still, I see that sensors battery status, (still 100% after several months, so suspicious about that) but no temperature, humidify etc from multisensor. Still waiting for a relay or ap update that will work with my multisensor.
5) the timer based rules fail about 10% of the time. I have a timer that turns an led sting on/off at sunset and at 9 pm. Sometimes it fails to turn on, sometime it fails to turn off. The status indicator of light in the app is not useful in telling me when it has turned on or off.
I had been trying to work with wig wag on these issues, but none were resolved to an extent more than 'yea, sometimes the relay locks up and needs to be power cycled once and a while'. A firmware update that was expected to solve the lock up issue was never pushed to my relay.