The Dyson Link app helps you get the very best from your Dyson machine. With our connected features, you can activate, schedule and monitor your machine, whether you’re at home or away.
By connecting to a Dyson purifying fan or heater, you can:
• Review both indoor and outdoor air quality information, in real time
• Create a schedule, so your machine is on when you need it
• Explore historic air quality information, and learn about your indoor environment
• Remotely control air flow speed, mode, timer, oscillation and other settings
• Receive software updates and access product guides.
By connecting to your Dyson robot vacuum, you can:
• Control, activate or pause your robot, remotely
• Schedule and track cleans
• Switch between Max and Quiet modes, mid-clean
• Explore where your robot’s cleaned, with activity maps
• Receive software updates and access product guides.
By connecting to your Dyson light, you can:
• Sync to your location's natural daylight
• Use preset modes - Relax, Study and Precision - to match your task or mood
• Activate Boost mode for 20 minutes of bright, high-intensity light
• Tailor light levels to suit you, by choosing your own Kelvin and Lux values
• Receive software updates.
Plus, you can control your machine with simple, spoken instructions*.
Please note, some Dyson machines require a 2.4GHz Wi-Fi connection. Please check specific connection requirements on the Dyson website.
*Voice control is compatible with Amazon Alexa in Australia, Germany, India, the UK and the US. Amazon, Alexa and all related logos are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates.
If you have any comments you’d like to share on the latest release, you can contact us directly at email@example.com.
This update includes:
Owners with multiple machines can now navigate between their products though the menu in the top left of the app
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Dyson Link App is amazing, if it connects!
So the Dyson tech that helped me via Dyson app chat was of no help. Friendly, but had no helpful tips as to help me navigate the app connecting to my machine. I wasted so many hours and this sounds silly, but I think it may be most Link App users issue:
For one, make sure you turn 5GHz wifi off.
Make sure it connects to the 2.4GHz.
2nd, the Link App has a huge flaw in not blocking you from moving forward if you are accidentally entering the wrong internet provider/wifi password. It kept telling me it paired every time for appx 40 tries so I assumed I had been using the right password. It would say it was finishing connecting like it was successful and would apologize for connecting slowly.
FINALLY I got curious about entering CenturyLink’s “passphrase” and a miracle happened! It connected to the app in 1 second! I very much hope this helps others as the HP02 machine is a wonderful machine for our baby’s room to monitor the temp and regulate air particles in our old house.
App is amazingly frustrating
I was really excited to be able to link my air purifier to my phone and see how the air quality in the room was since my son has allergies and asthma. The app is unable to link. About halfway... it just stops. In another review you see someone mention this as well and it makes sense. The unit is dropping connection with the phone and trying to connect to the home network... but isn’t working. Apparently this isn’t a new issue and seems to have been on going for a couple weeks now. I may give it a couple days and see but as the frustration builds, my excitement about this fan and cost is diminishing. Probably going to return it in a few days if this isn’t resolved.
On another note. I purchased mine at Costco and noticed that there were a bunch of units there that seemed to have been returned units because the tape had been removed or visibly torn. In fact... it took me awhile to find a box where it looked like it was never opened. It now makes sense as to why so many of these were brought back.
Dyson Link App for Dyson Air Purifier
This App states that my iPhone is paired successfully and the Dyson is connected, however, when I click on the app it tells me I’m offline and to take these steps to get back online like maybe my Dyson is too far away to get a WiFi connection. Well it wasn’t too far away to tell me it connected successfully. After repeated trying to get a connection I was told my generation Dyson purifier works only with 2.4Gz and my router works on 5.0 Gz. So I got a new router that according to AT&T will work with both frequencies automatically. End result- the app still does not work. Well I bought this Dyson before I knew about the “App” and this would be a nice bonus, but since I’m unable to get an internet connection to the Dyson, I will be using it without this feature. Just an FY I for those planing to buy this Dyson Air Purifier with this App-it will only work with 2.4 Gz., And maybe not even with that since it didn’t work with my router that uses both frequencies.
Developer Response ,
Hello, we am sorry that you have encountered a problem with the connection. Please try unplugging the machine from the power supply, once plugged back in, the machine will re-establish the connection. If you are still having an issue please email us on ConnectedSpecialist@Dyson.com. Thanks, Lyndsey - Dyson Connected Specialist
- Dyson Inc.
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Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.