TP-Link Deco 4+

Paint Your Home in Wi-Fi


Designed for iPad

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Welcome to the Deco App — the perfect way to set up your mesh WiFi in minutes and control your whole network.

Our simple-to-follow guide walks you through the setup process and even gives you suggestions for whole home coverage.

Once connected, you’ll have instant access to check every connected device, manage your kids’ online activity, and control your home network effortlessly. All from the palm of your hand.

• Quickly set up with step-by-step instructions
• Find the best spots to place additional Deco units for maximum coverage
• Control your WiFi network without turning on your computer
• Check your connection status and network speed at a glance
• Find out who or what is connecting to your network
• Instantly block unwanted devices with a tap

• Detect potential threats and receive warnings before things get serious
• Create a guest network to give friends internet access while shielding your private network
• Block unauthorized access and inappropriate content
• Run network performance tests

• Set a time restriction and pause the WiFi on kids’ devices
• Control when specific devices have WiFi access
• Make room for more family time with Schedules

QoS lets you choose which devices always have the fastest connections. Set a schedule to assign device priority for different times of the day.

Detailed reports help you understand your home WiFi and everything connected.

Connect, control, and check the status of your smart cameras, plugs, and lights – all from the Deco app.

Features available in Deco may vary by model and software version. Stay tuned for updates as we add new features and products to the Deco family!
For more information about Deco, visit

What’s New

Version 3.4.10

Fixed some bugs and improved the stability.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
5.2K Ratings

5.2K Ratings

Yierre ,

Super Simple, but has all the bells and whistles if needed

Hands down the best router I’ve ever had. I have a 3 story 3,400 sf. home. It covers my whole house. Zero dead spots, full bars at all times. Dual band simultaneously, so my PlayStation, iPhone and laptop connect on 5 GHz band, while some other use the 2.4Ghz band. The firmware update was dang near automatic. This thing literally holds your hand through the full setup. 99% of people will hit next, next, next, and so on until it’s setup. It asks one question that could throw you bout how you connect to your ISP, but for most people it is by dynamic address which it defaults to for you. Lastly, without geeking out, you can do IP reservations and a tons of other advanced cool stuff. And this was with the whole home mesh network Deco M3. Buy it!! You will not be disappointed - unless you’re the type of person who has to customize everything to death for absolutely no reason other than it makes you feel superior, lol.

Jeffro59 ,

Marginal at best, despite the hardware working well

For a long time now I knew that the previous version of this app was showing incorrect information in regards to my Deco system. It was showing Wi-Fi devices connected to deco units that was completely impractical and nearly impossible. Since my “stuff” connected well and had a great connection to Wi-Fi and the internet, I just ignored the info that the app was showing.

I was pretty excited a few weeks ago to open the app and see that it was completely revamped. It looks great. I quickly realized, however, that it was just new lipstick on the pig. In fact, it seems like the information was/is more incorrect than ever. Now it’s showing LOTS of my Wi-Fi devices as connected “wired”. That’s impossible. It’s showing some of my wireless devices connected a Deco unit that is so far from the device, it’s just not logical. And a “device health” test from those devices app shows a very solid and strong connection. Because of that I know that it’s connected to the closest Deco, not the farthest one as indicated by the app.

I don’t know. I guess this app update is a lateral step, but it does look a bit nicer. All of my devices still connect and work fine so there is nothing hardware wise to complain about. I just wish I could get accurate info from the app regarding the hardware and various connections. Maybe on the next major app overhaul?

Krazmalaxx ,

Great except for missing features

My 3-piece Deco X60 mesh network works well in most ways, but is missing some key features. The most critical one is the ability to manually select what channel to use. The automatically selected channel mine picked is very crowded. This is such a standard feature I took it for granted I would have it before I bought it. I would have picked another product if I realized.

Less critically, but also a feature that would come in handy for me is to be able to force a selected device to connect to a specified frequency. I have a mixture of devices that use 2.4 or 5GHz frequencies. Mostly it’s fine to let the device choose. I have one device, though, (a VR headset) that works much better on 5GHz but left to connect on its own, often chooses the less optimal frequency, especially if it’s handed off from one router to another in the mesh. If I just disable the 2.4 band, that would disrupt a bunch of other devices. I also don’t want to dedicate the guest network, which is used for actual guests, to just the VR. A toggle in the device details to disable one of the frequencies for only that device would be great.

App Privacy

The developer, TP-LINK, 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:

  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

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

  • Contact Info
  • Usage Data

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

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