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Description

Kasa Smart is your portal to your TP-LINK Smart Home.

** Kasa Smart is currently only compatible with TP-LINK Smart Plug HS100/110/107 KP200/400, Smart Plug Mini HS103/105, Smart Switch HS200/210/220, Smart Power Strip HS300/303, Smart Bulb LB100/110/120/130/200/230, KL50/60/110/120/130, IP Camera KC100/110/120/200, Smart Router SR20, and Range Extender RE270/370/350K **

Kasa Smart lets you add, configure, monitor, and control your connected TP-LINK Smart Home devices from anywhere in the world. You can schedule your appliances to turn on or off according to your schedule, or set them to Away Mode to deter would-be burglars. And that’s just the beginning. Purchase a TP-LINK Smart Home device and download the app to get started today.

Stay tuned for updates to the Kasa platform as we add support for new features and upcoming hardware in the Kasa family!

What’s New

Version 2.18

This version of the Kasa app mainly focuses on bug fixes and made improvements to Smart Plug's setup flow. For our Smart Light Strip product, we added support for several new lighting effects in preparation for the upcoming holidays, Christmas and New Year. So stay tuned for that!

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
15.7K Ratings

15.7K Ratings

saucy no 1 ,

Awesome!

I started with the little 2 pack starter kit and used this with my power strip to turn it on at night and off in the morning when I am not here. This power strip only charges my phone, watch and iPad most nights, but I have also had my xbox controllers charger and sometimes other things connected to the strip. It saves electricity instead of having the strip plugged in all the time. I also have a strip for my xbox, tv, and headset charger.
I have now bought more of these smart plugins and use them to turn off other tvs and xboxs on power strips when my kids arent listening and have a lamp in the living room I have set on a schedule to turn on before I get to the ground floor so I dont trip on anything on the floor the kids may have left in the middle of the night when they should have been sleeping.
I also own one of their light bulbs, but havent found a great use for it yet. I have used it here and there and think it’s a great idea. I have a neighbor that cant figure out how to turn off her outside lights and this would be great for her, but I still think the idea of this light is pretty cool.

Nisoplexis ,

Sweet little app

I bought two smart plug minis and love them. It’s so nice basically having a remote control for lights and such. Setting them up was a little tricky since the directions are not completely straight forward, (wording is a bit confusing) but once you realize what they mean, it’s very simple. Setting a timer is nice as well. No more forgetting to turn the light off when you leave for work. The app is done well with only two shortcomings. 1)The icon color is disgusting! I know, I know, who cares right? ME! Sea foam green or whatever it is could be the ugliest color ever. Lol 2) The bigger problem is the widget!! It seems as though they just made it so they can say it has a widget. It’s large, ugly, clunky, and very unintuitive. In the app, the buttons are colored when on and grayed out when off. The widget is the same color regardless so you never know the status of the switch. There is only room for two switches in the widget unless you want it to take up half of your screen. There’s no reason they can’t port what’s in the app into the widget and minimize it to fit at least 4 switches in the same area. Everything else with the app and plugs works great but the widget is apparently the forgotten child of the tech area. Put some effort into that, and you get the last star.

Chaderbing ,

A [nearly] perfect app

The app is fast and bug-free. Easy to use. Aesthetically pleasing. BUT, a few, necessary things are missing. 1. The ability to choose a specific light/dimming percentage (with the smart bulb). It’s crazy, but you have to choose a position on a slider and then hit save to see if you got the percentage you were looking to select. 2. The ability to offset the sunrise function (circadian). I want to utilize my smart bulb to imitate a sunrise earlier than the sun actually rises, in order to wake up more peacefully. Right now if I select the circadian function, it will begin getting brighter at 6:45am, but my alarm is set for 6am. What’s the point of imitating a sunrise if I can simply open my blinds? Maybe if my bedroom was in the basement it would be nice... 3. Include a gradual dimming transition option. I don’t want my bulb quickly changing from 20% to 80% in the blink of an eye; rather a slow transition from the previous set time. The workaround would be to create multiple set points on a schedule on my own to have it increase a few percentages every couple of minutes, but that takes me back to issue #1. You can’t simply choose 75%. You have to find it on an unmarked sliding bar. Fix these things and my review will be a boasting 5 stars and I will definitely buy more. Until then...3 stars

Information

Seller
TP-LINK Research America Corporation
Size
615.4 MB
Category
Lifestyle
Compatibility

Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English, French, German, Japanese, Spanish

Age Rating
4+
Copyright
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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