TP-Link Tapo 4+

Smart Home


Designed for iPad

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Set up, manage, and control Tapo home security cameras, smart plugs, smart lighting, and more – all from the Tapo app. Tapo aims to help you live a smarter, easier, and more secure life.

- Control from Afar
Quickly and easily connect and control all your devices from a single tap, no matter where you are! Organize your devices across Homes and Rooms with ease. Group your devices for batch control. You can also share devices to your friends or family members to control together.

- Know what’s going on
Get the status of your devices in real time. Understand what’s going on at home at a glance, and get instant notifications.
Intelligent features in the Tapo home security cameras let you tune into the action live, record important moments, talk to your pets, and scare away intruders.
*Get up to 30 days of cloud video history and enjoy AI detections with Tapo Care (subscription service) for Tapo home security cameras.

- Automate your home with Smart Actions
Make your Tapo devices work around your daily routine. Have your lights gently wake you up in the morning or turn off all your home devices when you leave home. Custom Smart Actions give your home that level of intelligence in a snap.

- Hands-free Voice Control
Use your voice to control your Tapo devices via Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, Siri or your favorite smart assistant. Simple voice commands let you turn on/off devices, or adjust the brightness/temperature/color. You can even cast your security cameras to display on your TV – without opening the app.

Stay tuned for updates as we add new features and products to the Tapo family!
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What’s New

Version 3.2.802

New Products:
- 2K Battery-Powered Security Camera with Color Night vision: Tapo C410 & TC82.
- Solar-powered security camera KIT: Tapo C410 KIT & TC82 KIT.

- Fixed some bugs and improved stability.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
2.3K Ratings

2.3K Ratings

Mistergizmo ,

Technology moves along

I have a couple of old security cameras that have seen better days, so I decided to try the newest TP-Link one. Much easier to set up than the old ones, and this control app is a definite improvement. Minor issues were that the shortcut was initially confusing (it isn’t an “Apple Shortcut” but is a stand-alone widget), and that using it to set/clear privacy mode only shows a *tiny* dot to indicate success (needs to be bigger and more visible). But these aren’t deal-breakers. The cloud video storage is good value, but you don’t have to use it. A bonus is that the notification of any motion will go to your Apple watch if you have one. Highly recommended.

RoadieWingZ ,

Doesn’t truly bridge gap between KASA and TAPO Devices

I received a message from TP-Link about the new TAPO app ability to manage my KASA devices. The app does recognize the KASA devices in general, but falls short in key areas. It doesn’t allow automation triggers by the KASA devices like the KASA app does. Although it sees the KASA device and gives you manual control, it won’t let you select said device as a trigger. It also has a flaw in that it sees a KASA wireless camera hub at the device level with an indication of the number of connected cameras, when you drill down to the next level it says there are zero connected cameras. The cameras can be viewed at the device list, but the hub detail info says there are none connected. Indoor KASA wifi cameras are not recognized at all and can’t be added to TAPO app. True integration is still lacking, so the ability to leave the KASA app behind for the TAPO app doesn’t exist yet at the vers. 3.5 level.

PrimeTimeDJ ,

Terrible Design

This App will drive you crazy with the constant orientation switching. The cameras fail to connect much of the time. (The cameras with their own hub are much more reliable). They should stick to landscape mode and just scale back to present all of the settings on one screen. The default screen should be a display of 6 cameras, then a swipe to the next 6, etc. Upon launch, the program should immediately poll and buffer all the cameras simultaneously so that you can quickly see at least some of the cameras during a security emergency. It does no good when you have a prowler lurking outside and the “thinking wheel” is just pinning around. Like many Apps, they’re overthinking the interface. Default presentation = 6 screens, tap on any screen to blow it up foll screen. Tap once to return to full screens OR tap twice to see control options for that camera, including recordings.

App Privacy

The developer, TP-LINK GLOBAL 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 Not Linked to You

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

  • Purchases
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

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

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