Run Your Home from Your Phone
With the free SmartThings app, you can receive important notifications about what's happening at home, control your smart devices with a simple tap, and automate your home to react to your unique preferences.
Download the free app to run your home from your smartphone.
Connect the SmartThings Hub to your Internet router.
Add as many smart devices as you'd like to personalize your smart home.
As your needs change, you can easily customize SmartThings to work in new and different ways by using the app. Just set rules for what you'd like your smart devices to do when you're asleep, awake, gone, or back home, and SmartThings will do the rest.
The SmartThings app offers a complete home monitoring and security solution that allows customers to get instant alerts if there's unwanted entry, smoke, leaks, or other unexpected activity. By adding a compatible camera, customers can also get accompanying video clips that capture footage of these events.
Whether you have two smart devices or 200, all you need is one Hub to create a smart home. Like a live-in translator, the Hub communicates with all of your different connected products–regardless of their wireless protocol–so that you can easily monitor and control them from the SmartThings app.
The Hub contains ZigBee and Z-Wave radios, and is also compatible with IP-accessible devices. There's no hard-wiring or installation needed. Simply connect it to your Internet router using the included Ethernet cable, attach the power cord to the back of the Hub, and you're ready to start creating a safer, smarter home.
So long as you have the free SmartThings app and a Hub, you can turn any home into a smart home by adding connected “things.” By placing these smart bulbs, locks, cameras, and other “things” in your home, you’ll be able to monitor and control them using the SmartThings app.
In addition to SmartThings' own family of sensors, you can also control hundreds of connected devices from other brands through the SmartThings open platform.
Start with a Hub, and then add individual devices to customize your smart home.