Create the smart home you envision and realize the connected lifestyle you expect with iDevices Wi-Fi-enabled switches, outlets and thermostat. Whether you're at work, on vacation, or running around with the kids outside, control iDevices products from anywhere on your iOS device. 

The iDevices Connected app is packed with intuitive smart features, empowering you to make the everyday things in your home extraordinary. We designed the app, but think of it as a blank canvas you can customize based on your lifestyle. Set schedules that cater to your daily life and make your home more efficient. Add a layer of security with location triggers that switch the lights on as soon as you pull into the driveway.

Design your smart home within the app and control it on a single screen. Make it your own with custom photos and accessory names. You can even group accessories into rooms and zones for simple, yet smart control.

Know your home like never before with comprehensive energy reporting and custom notifications that give you a heads up when something changes, even when you're on the road. 

While there’s no need for multiple apps or hubs, you can set up your HomePod, Apple TV, or iPad as a home hub for even additional functionality, including sunrise and sunset triggers. You can also connect with the IFTTT app to enable custom triggers, link multiple accessories, and further automate your smart home. 

iDevices Features:

- Voice control with Siri®, Alexa*, or the Google Assistant*. 

- Dynamic schedules & scenes

- IFTTT compatibility

- Easy in-app setup

- Energy reporting

- Remote access

- No hub required

*Requires Alexa-enabled accessory or a Google Assistant-enabled device.

The iDevices Customer Experience Team is here to make sure you get the most out of the app and your products! Contact with any questions you might have.

What’s New

Version 4.1.8

- Resolved iOS 14 iDevices Instant Switch setup issue

As always, we'll continue to improve the app based on your feedback, so keep the suggestions coming!

Ratings and Reviews

2.8 out of 5
159 Ratings

159 Ratings

rws1812 ,

Software usability needs work

App developers seem to pay attention to reviewer comments, so I’ll be specific. The design of this app is built around the assumption that there will be only one thermostat. But I have three iDevice thermostats because I have baseboard hot water heat with three zones. When navigating around the screens, the user can lose track of which thermostat they are viewing, because the title of the selected thermostat does not show at the top of the screen.

Also, when the user is viewing a particular thermostat, and they press “schedules” at the bottom, ALL schedules for ALL thermostats are displayed. This confused me because I was expecting to see only the schedules for the thermostat I was working with. I thought the schedule entries were duplicates, so I started deleting some. That caused a mess because I was actually deleting valid entries for other thermostats.

I suggest the developers set up a test home with multiple thermostats and beta test it again.

Developer Response ,

Hi rws1812,

Thank you for taking the time to submit your feedback! I'd be happy to pass it along to the appropriate teams. If you have any additional questions or feedback, please feel free to reach out to us at!

-iDevices Customer Experience Team

sadness in Boston ,

IO Devices comments

This app has a lot of potential. A few things need fixing. The app reports that my refrig consumes 100 watts for 18 hours each day which I believe is true, but the app reports that daily average power consumption is 0.1 kwhr! The correct math would be 1.8kwhrs! And the cost figure is off as a result. Speaking of cost figure, some low $/kwhr is used in the calculation and not representative of New England. It should be adjustable by user.
Also it would be an improvement to use a snapshot photo for a device rather than rely on the few canned photos that do not match a user’s device. Also run time is expressed in hours as hh:mm, but on one screen the units of hours is missing and hh:mm resembles the usual notation for mm:ss. Add the units an all screens or get away from the “:”.

Developer Response ,

Hi sadness in Boston,

Thanks for taking the time to send in your feedback! The energy rate and product photos are both customizable in the app. Please reach out to us at at your convenience. We'd be happy to walk you through those steps and we'd also get some additional details about the other feedback you had for us!

-iDevices Customer Experience Team

Boomer0425 ,

Products- great; App- could use some improvements

I believe I have a similar issue as rws1812, except I want to mention that the issue isn’t only apparent with multiple thermostats. The iDevices home screen and the Apple Home app both use a multi level approach for users to identify the device they want to control. The iDevices app “forgets” this on all menus except the home screen. If I am looking at energy usage, or a scene, I would like to know if a device I named “Lamp”, for example, is in the upstairs bedroom, or the office! My point is, the app should always show the Room, then the device name. Not everyone wants to take a descriptive photo to identify each device. Even if they did, the icons in many lists are so small, it may not help much. I suggest every list of devices show Room, then Name to help solve this problem.


iDevices, LLC
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Requires iOS 10.0 and watchOS 2.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


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