Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.

Designed for iPad

    • 4.7 • 1.1K Ratings
    • Free



The BLACK+DECKER™ app now supports the all new BLACK+DECKER™ Robot Vacuum and BLACK+DECKER Batteries. You can connect your Robot vacuum with the app via Bluetooth®. Once connected, you can access additional features such as creating and managing cleaning schedules, additional cleaning modes, and direct control of your robot vacuum.

• Select 3 different cleaning modes - Auto, Quick, and Spot Clean
Choose the option that meets your cleaning needs. Quickly change modes or start and stop cleaning directly from inside the app.

• Schedule Automated Cleaning Sessions
Clean up at the time that’s best for you. Best of all, you don’t need to be close by.

• Manually control your robot
Take your robot vacuum out for a spin by choosing where the robot goes. Also, stop or start cleaning directly from the app.

• Choose the color that matches your mood (LED Models)
Choose a color for your robot and illuminate the house as it cleans.

You can also connect the BLACK+DECKER™ app to your SMARTECH™ batteries via Bluetooth®. Once connected, you can view the current charge of your battery, turn on or off the USB charging port, enable or disable the battery, and locate your battery when lost.

Know if you’re truly ready for a project by checking how much charge you have from the start. You’ll also be able to tell how much remains until you get the task done.

The SMARTECH battery has a built-in portable charger so you can conveniently charge your mobile devices.

Remotely lock and unlock your SMARTECH battery and tools for convenience and in case of theft.

You can trigger an audible and visual alert to help you locate your SMARTECH battery.

Get ideas and inspiration for projects and DIY

For more information on the BLACK+DECKER™ app for SMARTECH™ products, visit

*Maximum initial battery voltages (measured without a workload) is 20 volts. Nominal voltage is 18 V.

The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc.

What’s New

Version 3.2.1

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

- How-to videos
- Customer feedback
- Refined cleaning mode options
- Extensive bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
1.1K Ratings

1.1K Ratings

dricie ,

These are the best batteries

The B&D Smartech 20v batteries are the best.
You can download the app and then you can see how much charge is on the battery.
Also you can use this battery to charge your phone or tablet because it has a USB port.
You can set the alerts on it to let you know when it’s getting close to being discharged while you’re using it. And when it’s fully charged.
And if you buy it online at Walmart you can get it cheaper then you can buy a regular one from the store. They shipped it in 2 days.

The Guy who is way cooler then the whining one ,

Works great on my iPhone XR

Works great on the iPhone 7, 7 Plus and X. The app gives you plenty of control options. Change up the LED color and brightness for fun! I do. My Pet Vac model is going hard still after more than a year. And trust me, Ed209 works everyday. When he actually leaves the dock. I think he slacks off some days. But still, for the robot and the app working together, they’re great. Very satisfied.

Tot7771 ,


I love it! But I have it now around close to 2 years and I keep it clean so it will clean at its best ever time I use it but here for some reason it started for some reason when I am driving it with my phone it will all of Sutton lose its connect and start going by it self and I will have to mash the button on top of it to stop it and I will have to close out the app on my phone to get it to reconnect and and it now does it all the time so I gotta we’re I just don’t use the phone and just hit the button on top that’s the only thing I have not like about it because it cleans good but I cannot get it to stop messing up with the phone

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