Eve works with all HomeKit-enabled accessories. See your home at a glance. Customize your ecosystem down to the finest detail. Activate scenes in a snap. And easily create automations using timers and rules. With Eve, you’re at the forefront of connected home control – and guided – every step of the way.

Get a quick overview of everything that's happening in your connected home. Quickly access your favorite scenes to instantly control multiple accessories as one. And dive into room or type details with a simple tap.

Personalize your home according to your exact preferences. Choose among the many pre-defined rooms or add your own. And organize all your HomeKit-enabled accessories in a way that feels natural.

Easily create advanced scenes to control multiple accessories with a single command. And set timers to synchronize your home with your daily routine. Better yet, add powerful rules to set scenes based on accessory values or your location, and have your home work for you – automatically.

The Eve family of HomeKit-enabled accessories puts your home at your fingertips. Control your lights, appliances, radiators and other connected comforts – with your iPhone or just your voice. Easily create automations for carefree convenience around the clock. And gather data on temperature, air quality, humidity, energy consumption and more.

Meet the whole Eve family of HomeKit-enabled accessories at

What’s New

Version 5.2.1

Buckle up for Eve 5.2, bringing convenient measurement migration capabilities, a wealth of improvements for many Eve accessories, plus further advancements allowing you to take control of your ever-growing Thread network better than ever.

Did you add a Thread-enabled Eve Weather, Eve Energy, or one of the many other next-generation Eve accessories to your home, but now have your measurement history scattered across different accessories? Fear not, because Eve 5.2 introduces Measurement Migration: simply head to the accessory settings of your new device and tap "Migrate Measurements".
Now, you can migrate all those years of weather history gathered by your Eve Degree to be displayed right along your current measurements of Eve Weather. Or not lose track of consumption measurements while still upgrading to a powerful, Thread-enabled Eve Energy.
Migrating measurements is available across all Eve accessories that share the same capabilities, and your measurements will continue to be stored exclusively locally on your iPhone or iPad. So if you want to access your measurements on multiple devices, please make sure to migrate your measurements on each device.

Beyond this powerful new capability, Eve 5.2 also includes a wealth of further improvements:
• Eve Aqua: improved display of schedules and current accessory status
• Eve Energy: improved support for the new, Thread-enabled generation, available now in Europe and soon in the U.K., the U.S. and Canada
• Eve Light Switch (Europe): improved support for the new, Thread-enabled generations, available now in Europe
• Eve Weather: improved weather trend and temperature range display in the room overview
• iPad & Mac: restored the ability to add, edit and reorder Rooms and Zones in the sidebar
• Thread Network view: improved network surveying and HomePod mini detection when using a router-capable Eve accessory such as Eve Energy or Eve Light Switch (Europe)
• New option to show Thread transport characteristics by tapping Edit in the details view of any Thread-enabled accessory
• Improved firmware update process for accessories connected via Thread
• Improved Traditional Chinese localization

Version 5.2.1 fixes an issue with assigning new Thread-compatible accessories to Eve Extend.

Enjoy this release of the Eve app, and learn all about the brand-new Eve Light Switch (Europe), Eve Energy (U.K.), Eve Energy (U.S. & Canada) and Thread at

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
652 Ratings

652 Ratings

Left0verture ,

A strong contender

There aren’t a wealth of choices when it comes to dashboard-type apps for Homekit. None of the ones I’ve tried are slam dunks, and a lot of the better ones will set you back a few dollars. Eve is the standout exception. It’s a solid, functional, configurable (to a point) app... and IT’S FREE. That means you can try it out for as long as you need, twist it, tweak it and get a better idea what your needs are vis a vis a dashboard app. My hat’s off to the Eve Home folks - this is a well designed, solid, dependable, USEFUL app and they give it away. Heck, it might even inspire a person to buy a couple Eve devices (not the least expensive HK gear on the market) in appreciation...

Shaprepenr ,

A must-have app for advanced HomeKit users— even if you don’t own an eve product!

This app is a must for all HomeKit users, especially those wanting more advanced features for their home. In short: it allows for much greater control of all of the accessories in your home. It works with all HomeKit accessories, even if they are not made by Eve, and it fully integrates with all of your scenes and automations.

This app takes automations further, by allowing you to do things you just can’t do in the regular Home app, such as setting conditions, in addition to the standard automation trigger. These conditions sync with the Home app, so nothing is controlled by the Eve app.

Scenes are a snap to make, especially with smart bulbs. You can drag a color from one bulb to another, across the entire app, to instantly duplicate the color and brightness.

This app is not simple, but I don’t think it’s meant to be. This app is for those wanting to take full advantage of HomeKit and have access to advanced features. It offers a certain level of control you just don’t get with the Home app.

The Home app is great for everyone else in the home, but for the one in charge, this is the app for them.

Boscovec ,

Good HomeKit App

There are a few HomeKit apps besides the native iOS app, but this one has the most logical and useful interface for us. Although one occasionally has to use the individual apps relative to the HomeKit accessory, this one can be used with almost all of ours with a minor exception of some of our Philips products which we had purchased to just try out. Those simply work best with other Hue devices.

We have ended up purchasing many of the Eve devices, they all consistently work well for us, and we are quite pleased without as well.

App Privacy

The developer, Eve Systems GmbH, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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