Landroid 4+

Landroid at your fingertips


Designed for iPhone

    • 2.8 • 79 Ratings
    • Free

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Way more than a remote control, this app removes all the guess work and enables your Landroid to make the best decisions for your lawn, autonomously.
The app tells your Landroid how long to operate daily, taking into account variables that influence your grass growth rate.
You also have the option to set what time it should start and exclude days you don’t want it to operate.
Thanks to the app's advanced AR capabilities, calculating the size of your lawn is as easy as taking a walk around its perimeter.

If you're experiencing any technical issues with the app, please write to

What’s New

Version 2.2.30

Fix a crash when entering guest mode

Ratings and Reviews

2.8 out of 5
79 Ratings

79 Ratings

Andrew 1234567 ,

Keep iterating

The features of this app are great. With a few more pieces of functionality, this will be a great app for a great product.

1. Remote control. The Landroid should be autonomous but still requires manual intervention from time to time. It runs outside of the wire pretty frequently. I understand the safety concerns with a running blade, it would be completely acceptable to turn the blade off while remote controlling.

2. Start the unit remotely after a fault. After I’ve remotely controlled the Landroid (once feature request 1 is complete), I’d like to be able to tell the unit to start mowing again.

3. Turn the blade off.

4. Put a tiny camera on the Landroid. No need for anything more than a megapixel. I would love to be able to see a picture of where the Landroid is when it goes outside the wire. This would be awesome to stream while remote controlling as well.

5. With the GPS unit, I should be able to draw my lawn on a map rather than using the wire.

Developer Response ,

Thank you. We really appreciate your opinion. We will check if your suggestions can be realized.

kaysee62 ,

Not user friendly & lacks notifications

After installing the boundary wire TWICE (had to bury the 2nd time), finally put the Landroid to work.

This app is NOT user friendly & there are NO alerts or notifications when the Landroid is trapped, out of the boundary, missing the wire (cut or disconnected) or if the unit is picked up.

A major disappointment, since it doesn’t address the user’s actual needs.

Upgrades & improvements that are a must have are: Real-time alerts/notifications, ability for user to designate the type of alerts/notifications desired, simplified & more intuitive menu options so the user can easily locate & understand what they’re looking for (such as an option for schedules), the ability to select the mowing pattern to ensure the entire lawn is cut (random mowing re-cuts the same spots repeatedly, while completing missing other spots that become overgrown).

Considering the cost of this device, which is a HUGE investment, the app needs to be more robust. The GPS feature is relatively useless without an instant alert/notification that the Landroid is outside of the geo-fencing. Nobody has time to watch the app 24/7 to see what’s happening.

Bottom line, way too much manual monitoring required for a $1000+ piece of equipment!

Developer Response ,

Hello, there may be connection problems, or notifications are turned off. Please get in touch with our team at and they will help you to sort it out. Regards. WorxTeam

A man. ,

Some features not explained

What do the + and - buttons do in the auto scheduler panel? Do they make it run more and less often? By how much? How is this determined in relation to the automatically set times?

Also, is there a way to get my Landroid back online after a manual stop or error WITHOUT bringing it all the way back to the base? Because that’s the only thing that will work. None of the controls in the app OR on the actual unit will function once it’s in such a state. Thanks!

Developer Response ,

Hello, yes, the + and - buttons make the robot run more or less often. You can read more about auto schedule in our Landroidopedea, or please contact us at , we will be happy to explain you everything. Regards, WorxTeam

App Privacy

The developer, Positec, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
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  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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