HALO Home 4+

Cooper Lighting

    • 3.8 • 582 Ratings
    • Free



Manage, customize, and control your HALO Home products and devices, from your fingertips. With the HALO Home app, you can set up and enjoy the benefits of smart lighting using Bluetooth. Group your lights, set the Scene, and add Schedules. All of your settings are saved locally on your devices and work with or without the Internet (or even your phone) nearby.

If you want a few extra features, install the optional HALO Home Internet Access Bridge and get access to your lights from anywhere and use Alexa or Google to voice control your lighting. Automatic clock synchronization makes it easy to schedule your lights in any time zone.

Get the most out of your HALO Home smart lighting, with a range of indoor and outdoor fixtures, Controllers, and don’t forget the Accessories – which make your existing lights smart and wirelessly controllable. It’s easy to create a complete system that makes your life easier and your home safer.
Discover more at BringHaloHome.com.

What’s New

Version 1.17.2

App stability fix for previous generations of iPhone during HALO Home Bridge configuration

Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
582 Ratings

582 Ratings

User TK ,

Needs circadian controls added

The app needs to add a way that whenever you turn the lights on via a wall switch, the lights are at a color temperature that mimics natural outdoor light color for the current time of day. With this app now, scheduling the color temperature also inevitably controls whether the lights are on or off according to the schedule. Most people don’t want their bedroom lights coming on and off based on a schedule, they want their child to be able to use a wall switch. Cree Connected Max has a nice interface for this which they are calling “Follow the Sun”. I would love to see Halo Home add this to their app. Adding the ability to use Siri Shortcuts may be another solution as Apple has already set up routines to support circadian lighting control.

gasguy51 ,

App not user friendly

Having 2 in wall dimmers, I connected Halo Home app to them so I can at least control them from my phone and I can set up auto on abs off via app.
It would be a lot more convenient if I could access these devices directly via Bluetooth but you have to connect to them via their Halo Home app. It takes awhile for this to occur. Bigger problem is if you have a glitch at home, like a power outage, the app will not connect to you devices. This has happened more than once. I had to delete the app, re-install, and re-register as a new client with an entirely different email address. I’m running out of email addresses 😉
I called tech support but the woman said I would get a call from them because my problem was beyond her realm. They never called.
So my only viable option will be to delete the app and start over as a new customer with an email address that hasn’t been used previously. Wish me luck!

Developer Response ,

HALO Home products don't lose their programming when power is cycled to them and you don't need to do all of those steps (delete app, reinstall and create a new account).
You might be dealing with a range issue. If your products are too far apart or your phone isn't within ~33-ft of 1 of your devices they may not connect.
I hope you received your call back are already back up and running - if not, please reach back out and we will be SURE to follow up. consumerproducts@cooperlighting.com or 800-334-6871 (M-F 8am-5pm EST).


Love it!

I have been using this app for a while and the new version works much better. I can grope my dining room lights together and control the brightness and color temperature easily. Scheduling works great and controls my porch light. If you have a scene controller in your house, you can easily assign different settings to each button for quick change. I have a bridge and can verbally control my lights in the living room and hallway with an Echo Dot through Alexa. The visual appearance of different screens are mainly text base compared to new apps full of icons and graphics but it does the job well. I am using the app on iPhone 8.

App Privacy

The developer, Cooper Lighting, 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 Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info

Data Not Linked to You

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

  • Location
  • Diagnostics

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

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