HomePass allows you to get rid of that old notebook and store your HomeKit device's codes right on your iPhone or iPad.
“HomePass is a must-have utility for HomeKit enthusiasts.” - 9to5Mac
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• HomeKit codes anywhere, synced to iCloud
With HomePass, you can keep your device codes off paper and synced into iCloud.
• Import Existing Accessories
HomePass offers the ability to easily import your existing accessories, just input the device's setup code yourself or scan it with either the camera or NFC.
• Custom Accessories
Add any accessories you have that aren't in HomeKit now, simply fill in the details as needed.
• Dark Mode
HomePass comes with a dark mode with automatic switching based on screen brightness.
• Apple Watch
View and then scan your HomeKit device codes back into Home on your wrist. Requires watchOS 5.
• Export and Backup
Export to your HomeKit codes to a PDF ready for printing, sharing or storage on iCloud Drive.Automatic PDF backup allows you to upload a PDF on every change to iCloud Drive. This provides you a piece of mind with multiple backups of your HomeKit codes
Note: HomePass cannot import a device's setup code as this is not stored by HomeKit, you will need to manually enter it or scan it's code tag.
This update brings two new features:
- Create NFC Tags: use HomePass to create NFC tags of your QR codes or existing NFC scannable devices. Enhance existing QR code based devices by adding a written NFC sticker alongside the code or simply backup your existing NFC tags to another location.
- View Large Codes - Tap on the HomeKit row of an accessory to be offered an option to view a large text or QR code that can be scanned by another device.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Very useful app and a very responsive developer
I have my whole house (60+ HomeKit devices) cataloged using this app. When I first purchased it and encountered a strange bug with the camera on an iPad that I reported, the dev contacted me personally and pushed an update to the app within a day which fully solved the issue I was seeing. Truly can’t ask for more than that.
Great GUI for, effectively, a free Notes entry.
It does what it says, though I felt led to believe that was something else: specifically, it doesn’t auto-import codes from your existing HK setup, leaving you to manually enter them all from scratch (just as you’d have to do in a Notes app note). I paid the $3 to avoid this time-consuming task, and though I now understand that’s impossible to do (HK doesn’t store them, apparently) the sting of throwing money at a solution I could’ve had for free via Notes is still there.
Three stars for being what it said it is. -2 for not making what it’s *not* more clear. It’s a great solution if you’re willing to put in the work.
Developer Response ,
Hi, the last paragraph of the app description explicitly states that it cannot import codes from HomeKit due to the security model that HomeKit has. HomeKit itself does not store the codes at all, they are simply used as keys to enable pairing.
HomePass does a lot more than notes. It offers actual camera based scanning of text and QR codes so you do not have to manually enter anything. You can select already paired devices to auto fill data fields and now you can export a PDF and view your codes on your Watch to re-pair them.
If you are unhappy with the app, you can request a refund via Apple. - Aaron
It does what it says it does. At first I didn’t think the app was worth it, but after I started using I really like it. I have over 35 HomeKit devices. It’s great to have a simple program to store all the codes. I like how it syncs to my other devices. I also like the PDF export option. I now have multiple backups for my HomeKit codes.
- Sunya Limited
- 27.5 MB
Requires iOS 13.0 and watchOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.