Trane® Home 4+


    • 4.8 • 87.5K Ratings
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Take care of your home and the people in it from anywhere with Trane® Home (previously Nexia™). Trane Home is home automation made simple because now you stay connected everywhere you go. Run the most important systems in your home - thermostats, locks, lights and cameras - from your iPhone.

Key Features Include:

- Control, monitor and schedule your home's heating and cooling system from anywhere
- Find and contact a Trane HVAC dealer in your area
- Control locks, lights, and many other supported Z-Wave devices with an easy to use interface
- Create and edit automations
- Create custom device groups for better access and visibility

What’s New

Version 6.4.0

Streamline your smart home system with the Trane Home app. Compatible with every smartphone operating system, and integrated with Google Home and Alexa, the all-in-one home automation app is designed to give you access to all your connected devices in one place, creating a comfortable and efficient home. Use Trane Home to change the temperature in your home, turn off your lights, and more!

We update our app on a regular basis, and the latest updates include:
• Additional user experience improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
87.5K Ratings

87.5K Ratings

Cantthinkofacoolname ,

Nexia app works great!

Our new house came with a Trane XR724 smart thermostat already installed. Scrolling thru the menus showed it had WiFi capability. Cool I thought! I was at first disappointed to find out it only works with a Nexia hub or app, which I had never heard of before. So I installed the app on my iPhone and created an account. Then it came time to get the app and the thermostat to talk to each other. The good news it’s the app takes you step by step thru the process. For security reasons I recommend configuring your router to have a guest WiFi separate (lan access blocked) from your main WiFi and tell the thermostat (via the app) to use the guest WiFi. Once everything is configured, the app talks to the “cloud” and then the “cloud” talks to the thermostat and the thermostat reports back what it’s doing. The thermostat can be fully controlled from anywhere there is an internet connection.

However, I have not been able to get Alexa to work with the Nexia app. The Alexa skill for Nexia is enabled but Alexa says it can’t find the thermostat.

WFH Wife ,

5 stars but do have a strong recommendation for the app developer

Suggestion for app developer: I do love the majority of the features over my former thermostat with an app, but there is one feature that I already sorely miss. This would be the ability to manually adjust the temperature different from the schedule running but with a system end time versus running at that temp until the next schedule period which could be hours later. An example for you would be doing vigorous housecleaning that causes a person to get hot such as mopping, dusting and vacuuming where I would previously set the temp for cooler for about an hour duration and then it would automatically revert back to the scheduled temperature at the end of that hour. I have to remember to go back and set back to Run Schedule when done or realize I didn’t when I get too cold when the work is done. Thanks for considering this valuable update.

Dennis From PA ,

Nice control But could be better

What’s great: Having internet control from your phone while away from home plus the ability to view run history so you can tell if utility power is out, or your system is down. It does also operate as a hub to run other compatible things such as a camera.
What’s not: The Nexia thermostat touchscreen is terrible. Most of the time it does not work and you can only make changes using a mobile device or computer. Their is no way to do a temporary hold for a set time such as when you have a party with lots of people the way Honeywell units work. You can only set it on permanent hold and then you must remember to change it back. It takes forever to reboot the thermostat. The hub operation has very limited functionality.
Summary: Delete the hub. I would much rather have better HVAC operating options, since anyone wanting a hub would purchase a more sophisticated model such as Samsung’s SmartThings to run household equipment. The thermostat application is poor system design with mediocre capability. I will probably change it out to Honeywell.

App Privacy

The developer, TRANE U.S. INC, 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:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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