HomePass by Plume‪®‬ 4+

Plume Smart home services

Plume Design, Inc.

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.6 • 13.3K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

The HomePass app allows you to easily set up and manage your new WiFi network. Adapt™, by Plume HomePass, is the world’s first and only self-optimizing home WiFi technology delivering powerful, reliable connectivity in every room, on every device. Unlike other mesh network systems, Plume’s SuperPods are in constant contact with the cloud, giving you a better, smoother connection that improves with use.

- Magically simple to set up
Plug in your SuperPods and let the system go to work. HomePass recognizes all of your devices, identifies the flow of traffic, and starts to optimize your home network. The app helps you manage setup with a few quick taps.

- Control™
Personalize guest access with custom passwords, set age-appropriate content filters, manage website access, create unique profiles for the people in your household, create user groups, and even pause the internet.

- Guard™
Protect your home network and connected devices from hackers and cyber-criminals. Using advanced security features powered by AI, Guard helps keep your connected home safe.

- Sense™
Turn your connected devices into WiFi-powered motion sensors for whole-home motion awareness and extra peace of mind.

- Ad-blocking
HomePass blocks the ad content coming from known ad servers, significantly improving your browsing experience. You even have the option to toggle this feature on or off for each device on your network..

-Easy navigation
Personalize your home screen with shortcuts for quicker access to your favorite features.

- Manage your network like a pro
As people and devices come and go in your house, HomePass lets you see which devices are accessing the internet and how much they’re uploading or downloading. You can also block and unblock specific devices from accessing the Internet.

- Efficient automatic updates
We auto-update the firmware when network activity is low, usually at night. You can also schedule an update for a time that works best for you.

- New features
Automatically get the latest security features and performance improvements to stay ahead of cyber threats and enhance your in-home internet experience.

- Grows with your needs
Easily expand your coverage by adding additional pods right from the home screen. Continue to enjoy seamless WiFi in every room, on every device.

We would love your feedback. Reach out at support@plume.com.

You can subscribe and pay through your iTunes account. Payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. Your subscription will automatically renew unless canceled at least 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renew may be turned off after purchase by going to the 'Manage Subscription' page in Settings. The subscription will renew at the same cost.
Terms of Service: https://www.plume.com/homepass/legal?tabId=membershipandcloudservices&countryId=us
Privacy Policy: https://www.plume.com/homepass/legal?tabId=privacy&countryId=us
End User License Agreement: https://www.plume.com/homepass/legal?tabId=EULA&countryId=us

What’s New

Version 3.92.0

Bug fixes and performance improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
13.3K Ratings

13.3K Ratings

JollyGreenWV ,

Love it!

Works great; I have six units scattered throughout the house; mobile devices (laptop, chrome books, iPad, and phones) all of them seamlessly transfer from one pod to another. Also, I have fixed devices such as a wifi enabled thermostat and wifi enabled audio visual equipment. I just did not realize that my set up required turning off the wifi on my router-that was easy but had to explore the settings on the router. I just set up plume with the same SSID and password as the router and devices started communicating via the plume with out any issues. I have two pods connected to the router via cat6 cables , the other four pods are just plugged in wall sockets around the house; the cloud at plume monitors all the connections ( ?on a weekly basis??) and using this app I can see how plume has reconfigured the pods to talk to each other as the kids come and go. I live in suburbs and can see multiple SSIDs belonging to my neighbors. I am pleased with my purchase. Just started seeing what the updated app can do. I have no connection with the website arstechnica--they have two good articles on how plume works. UPDATED on October 3, 2018: I really like the new version of the app on my iPhone-I feel the app is more intuitive.

Tctechdude ,

Plume WiFi pods.

I have been using 2 of these devices for about 3 weeks and love them. Prior to me having Plume, I had a good dual band WiFi router. Sometimes had issues streaming from 2 tv’s and getting signal into one of the back rooms at the extreme of the house, not any more. Even with the first pod, the 5g range was much greater when I connected the second, I have WiFi throughout my whole house and into back and front yard.
The Plume app makes it the simplest setup I’ve come across. The first time I plugged mine in it did take a long while for the app to find it, about 6-8 mins. so be patient. Plugged in the second, found it straight away, they updated then I just followed the onscreen instructions for naming my network and I was good to go. No more streaming issues. The app is very intuitive as far as looking at what devices are connected and checking bandwidth etc. love the fact you can name each pod individually also.
I would recommend Plume to anyone, especially if you’re unsure of technology/WiFi etc.

adbe ,

Generally good

Obviously, if you have a Plume WiFi set-up you need this app, and if you don't, you don't. That said, I'm giving my thoughts here in the hopes they may be useful to someone considering Plume.

Generally the app works well, is clearly laid out, and other than a few odd choices is intuitive enough. It does not feel like a native iOS app though, and the navigation stack seems quirky if you're expecting the usual iOS drill-down approach. There is no iPad app (guys, this app is being used for heavy lifting, throw us a bone here), so you're going to be stuck doing all your network tweaking on your phone. Fortunately for most users, heavy tweaking should not be required.

It's a shame there's no way to set the icons for devices: I have a HomeKit switch that shows up as a laptop, and I cannot change that. Also, while Plume grabs ZeroConf (Bonjour) names from devices so most devices on your network will be nicely named in the devices list, HomeKit devices show up with little to no differentiation. It'd be nice if the app could be updated to mine the HomeKit catalog for device names.

App Privacy

The developer, Plume Design, 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:

  • 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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