Use the free mydlink™ Home app to control and monitor all your mydlink connected home devices with your smartphone or tablet. With its intuitive user interface, you can instantly see the status of all your mydlink connected home products and set up rules for interaction between multiple devices, such as PIR motion sensors and smart plugs or window sensors and sirens. You can turn lights and other devices on and off remotely with the tap of a button or with simple voice commands using Amazon Echo. The mydlink connected home devices are also compatible with IFTTT (If This Then That), so you can pair these devices with other IFTTT-enabled products and associated apps to customize your smart home even further.
This app is compatible with the following models: DSP-W110, DSP-W215, DCH-S150, DCH-S160, DCH-S220, DCH-G020, DCH-Z110, DCH-Z120, DCH-Z310, DCH-Z510, DCH-107KT, DCH-T100KT, DCH-201KT, DCS-935L, DCS-5010L,DCS-5025L, DCS-935LH, DCS-8200LH and DCS-8330LH.
This app is not compatible with other D-Link Cloud cameras, routers and storage. Please refer to the mydlink Lite app for a listing of these other products.
Fix the issue that needs user to enter his password every time when "remember me" is selected.
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Worst automation app in my home
Other home automation devices, and their apps, give plenty of feedback and testing. This device (water sensor) and its app took 4 valuable hr to install, in contrast to 15 min for the other automation devices/apps. Worst of all, the app tells us no way to test whether the device is working--without dousing it. Next, took three tries to connect to wifi, even though I connected while 1 meter from router. Next: app won't run in portrait, and had to spend more valuable time learning that. Your typical homeowner installs automation to save time. This device, and this app, do the opposite. Despite wirecutter opinion.
Hoping to exploit previous knowledge, I got, and connected, a second copy of the same device, in a different location. Same connection woes, both wps and manual. Total time: 1.5 h, mostly because of drastically limited expectations.
I use this app for dLink’s water sensors. The other day we had a water leak. Didn’t receive any notifications. Opened the app when I discovered the leak on my own. Sure enough, sensors showed there was a leak, and they were supposed to alert me by alert, text, and email, but nothing was sent. Tried testing my intentionally getting the sensors wet (no other way to test) and still nothing. Also, the sensors periodically just go offline but the app doesn’t alert me to that. And when the sensors do go offline they have to be unplugged to reset, which makes them useless for monitoring in a remote location. All told, water sensors and app are mostly useless. I’ve had better luck with the dLink Lite camera app – it’s slow and clunky but at least it works. The home automation app and sensors are a wast of money.
Not easy not simple! Struggled with a long set up and finally success. Next morning I turn on espresso Maker from app so when i finally get downstairs its preheated, everything good so far I make my espresso then use app to turn off. The switch turned off but the app showed it was still on. The switch on the phone app is now unresponsive. 4 hours later after trying everything I can think of or research the app still fails somewhere in the setup process. I decide to create a new account with a different email and bingo both switches are functioning. If they fail again I’m afraid I’m going to run out of email addresses to create another account.
Engineers and management at D-Link invest more in your software development. I’m getting the feeling I don’t ever want to buy anything made by D-Link. Good luck!
- D-Link International PTE LTD
- 119.4 MB
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV.
English, Czech, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese
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- © 2019 D-Link Coroporation
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.