Control your lights from your wrist

With Hue for Watch you can control individual lights and activate scenes, directly from your Apple Watch.

What’s New

Version 2.5.1

This version fixes an issue that prevented smart plug owners from using the app.

Thank you Dick, Zoe & Michalis for contacting me about this issue and helping me debug.

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

pulsatron ,


Response could not be decoded because of error: The data couldn’t be read because it is missing.

This is what comes up after I turn on a hue light from the watch itself. The light still reacts to pressing a color button or turning it on-off. 5 stars for the app itself. Hopefully you can find the bug and send an update. I’m using iPhone 11 Pro Max with Apple Watch 4 series.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your kind review, even though you're experiencing some issues. If you can contact me directly via email ( I will do everything I can to figure out how to fix this. Hope to hear from you soon.

Update: The issue you're describing was fixed in the latest release of Hue for Watch (2.5).

AnotherReVu4u ,

Scenes do not display on watch as indicated in App Store.

I like this app with its ability to control basic colors and brightness for each individual Hue light. The Turn off All Lights button is a nice feature. However, I gave only a 3-Star rating because I am unable to see or activate my scenes on the Show Scenes Menu. Hopefully this problem will be addressed soon.

Developer Response ,

Hi. I'm sorry to hear you're having problems activating your scenes. Please contact me via email ( and I will try my best to sort this out.

Tomadon91 ,

Love the idea

Love the idea of this. However, doesn’t work. I opened this and it worked for a few minutes. Went to open it again, and it gives me an authentication error and tells me to open it on my phone to reconnect the bridge. When I go to reconnect it, it gives me “30 seconds” to press the button. But that 30 seconds is more like a 30th of a second. Deleted until updates are made.

App Privacy

The developer, Pim Nijman, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.


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