Control your home from your iPhone or iPad. Dim the lights, close the blinds, crank the volume, and start the movie— with one touch. Streamline your life using personalized, multi-device Activities that can be started with one touch. Combine home entertainment—TVs, stereos, cable/satellite set-top boxes, and game consoles—with home automation—connected lights, locks, blinds, thermostats, sensors, and more. Harmony brings it together. You bring it to life.
Use of the Harmony app requires one of the following Logitech Harmony hub-based remote controls: Harmony Pro, Harmony Elite, Harmony Companion, Harmony Hub, Harmony Ultimate Home, Harmony Home Control, Harmony Home Hub, Harmony Ultimate, Harmony Smart Control, Harmony Smart Keyboard, or Harmony Ultimate Hub (each sold separately).
To learn about the full line of Harmony remotes, or to make a purchase, please visit www.logitech.com/harmony-remotes.
Every remote you’ll ever need
Control home entertainment devices with your iPhone or iPad when paired with a Harmony hub-based remote control.
Control connected lights, locks, blinds, thermostats, and more from a single app, whether inside or outside your home. Check devices status and make adjustments remotely.
Set up custom schedules to turn devices on or off at specific times or on specific days.
With just one touch, start multiple devices together using Activities such as Good Morning, Good Night, Watch TV, Listen to Music, or Play Games.
Create up to 50 favorite channels with custom icons for quick access to your entertainment.
Use swipe or tap gestures directly on the screen to adjust the volume, change channels, fast-forward, rewind, and more.
Install the app on each iPhone or iPad in the house and everyone can have their own personalized favorite channels and custom gestures.
Control devices inside closed media cabinets. Hide the clutter of your entertainment devices and never worry about pointing your phone at your TV.
Compatible with many IR and Bluetooth® game consoles.
Compatible with an ever growing list over 270,000 devices from more than 6,000 brands. See myharmony.com/compatibility for latest compatibility information.
We want to ensure you will enjoy your remote. If you run into issues or have any questions, we have help available.
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Ratings and Reviews
Terrible App considering its 2018
Ok, so the app does function - most of the time. I have had a couple of times where I have had to remove the hub and re-set it up to work again. But I can live with that minor annoyance. My issues with it are mainly that in this day and age it should be much more user friendly and customizable. Probably my biggest gripe with it is the lack of a portrait mode. Using a tablet in landscape mode, especially with the way the app is set up, is very difficult because all the buttons you use the most are right in the middle where you can’t reach with your thumb while holding the pad. Portrait mode would allow much easier reach ability and, if you think about it, a normal remote is tall not wide. Also, it would be nice to be able to arrange buttons and sections, like the number pad and arrow wheel, how you would prefer them. In other words make the app more customizable, which would make it more user friendly. Instead of a sidebar on each side for activities (left side) and devices (right side), I would prefer a drop down row of icons from the top that you swipe down to view, like the google home hub has for home controls. This would keep them hidden and out of the way except when I need them. In summary, I just think the app needs a redesign, with thought put into it, that brings it into this century...
Works good for what I use it for
I don’t use the home control bs so I can’t speak to that. I’m a retired computer professional, build my own computers and networks and I still could care less if this connects to a superfluous device like Alexa. This is my fourth Harmony remote and besides being stupid expense I think it works great as an entertainment center remote. It’s far more reliable and useful then the previous ones. I use the actual remote mostly but it sure is nice to be able to use my iPhone or iPad to control the entertainment center when remote is not handy. I had the Link and that was complete garbage. This combo seems to combine the best features of a remote like the 650 and an idevice app. This app actually consistently works instead of only when it felt like it like on the Link. The Help feature seems to work better as well. The only thing I don’t like is why the hell do I have to use the app in landscape mode on the iPad? There’s more room on the iPad screen then the iPhone and the iPhone uses portrait mode. I just find landscape mode awkward. The best part of the app though is it makes configuration much easier. Took me only a couple minutes to figure out how to add a custom command. So far I love it.
Your 1st problem ... you got too many remotes and hubs and remote hubs
Mine didn’t harmonize .. I think it’s a solo act. (Bad-a-bump!)
Ok so I’m pretty good with tech and figuring out little complex things like this but this was literally ridiculous. I got the harmony touch .... but then I saw somewhere it’s also called the harmony One..(. it’s just the remote with touch screen and no hub.) anywho, 1st problem...Buying it , 2nd problem was it doesn’t work with with the new Apple anything. When logging on and making an account I have the remote saying “put me on the cradle” I have the computer telling me I can’t download said app because it’s not 64bit and is directing me to some forum of people complaining. You can’t do anything with the dang remote until you download the apps and software, so although it’s mighty and has all this power ... I can’t even flip a switch or push a button to connect it to ANYTHING on its own. That’s absurd. Slim down your product line and focus on customer experiences. I had to load parallels on my mac because Even the iPhone app is locked down until the remote connects to a hub (flashes on phone ) that it doesn’t even come with..... bam 💥 too much frustration for a simple device with a few buttons. I’m going to the clapper 🙏👏👏
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.