With the Wemo App, you can control all of your Wemos from anywhere in the world on your iOS devices.
Wemo is the simple way to a smarter home. Download the Wemo app and control your lights, appliances, or a whole room from your couch, coffee shop, or the Caribbean.
HELLO HANDS-FREE CONTROL
Pair your Wemo Mini, Light Switch, Insight, or Switch with Amazon Echo or Google Home and you can control your lights, your appliances, or a whole room without having to lift a finger.
NEVER COME HOME TO A DARK HOUSE
You can schedule your lights to be on during specific hours, or simply sync lights and devices to the sun automatically.
LOOK LIKE YOU’RE HOME EVEN WHEN YOU’RE NOT
Enable the “Away Mode” feature and your lights will turn on and off randomly, making it look like you’re home even when you’re not.
INTEGRATE WEMO WITH IFTTT
"If This, Then That" is a free web-based service that opens up an amazing array of possibilities for your Wemo devices. Visit IFTTT.com to find "recipes" for making Wemo Mini turn lights on and off based on real-world events, send you push notifications about device activity, and much more.
These are just some of the things you can do with the Wemo app.
To see what else Wemo can do, visit www.wemo.com
For the latest Wemo Device GPLv2 Open Source Code please visit: http://www.belkin.com/us/support-article?articleNum=51238
We update the app regularly to improve your Wemo experience. This version includes several bug fixes and performance improvements.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Remote Access Does Not Work
I have been a Wemo customer for several years. Began with one light switch and, although getting the switch detected and connected was wonky, the light worked great with rules. Over time I added more switches and currently there are 6 Wemo devices at my residence. The advertised benefit of Wemo items is to (1) set up rules for devices to turn on/off automatically and (2) for remote access.
(1) For the last year+ the “rules” do not work if I am not home. Forget having your home appear like someone is home when you are not. (2) Remote access also does not work if I am not home. What good is having a remote access function if it does not allow you to access your devices remotely? I have started from scratch and followed every trouble shooting method Belkin suggests any I have to now advise that Wemo is a failure. This was not always the case. Historically remote access worked flawlessly. No more. If I’m at the corner or on the Indian continent Wemo doesn’t work.
I have earnestly tried to be a devoted, long term customer, but that has changed. Last night I tried to turn on the front door light from a nearby restaurant and the app updated to show each 6 Wemo devices “not detected.” Simply said, the Wemo app does not work remotely, which means these expensive Wemo light switches and plugs are worthless. Thankfully I have still have old fashioned timers to plug lights in to because these expensive Wemo gadgets don’t work.
Can you increase the maximum power on threshold? Right now the max is 99 watts. I want my air conditioner to be considered “on” if it’s drawing more than 150 watts. The fan uses 130 watts. When the compressor kicks in the wattage goes up to 340 watts. I’d like to set the threshold to 150. What’s the reason behind limiting it to 99 watts? If it’s not a technical limitation it would be great to give us that additional control/flexibility.
Can you add a rule, perhaps in the automation category in the wemo app, that allows a Wemo insight switch to turn on another wemo insight switch when the “master” insight switch detects a load greater than the power on threshold? And then the opposite (turn off the other wemo insight switch when the load drops below the threshold)? Use case: Air conditioner is plugged into the master insight switch. A circulator fan is plugged into the slave insight switch. When the master insight switch detects that the air conditioner compressor has turned on (via on/standby threshold setting) the slave insight switch is turned on via the new rule. When the A/C turns off the fan is commanded to turn off.
Can you make use of the HomeKit protocol specification “outlet in use”? Right now in the Apple home app all of my insight switches always say “no” when reading the “outlet in use” property found by force pressing/long pressing on the insight switch and then tapping on “settings”. There is a read only field “Outlet In Use”, and it always says “no”.
DO NOT BUY OR DOWNLOAD!!! Read all reviews first!!
I don’t know what to say more than do not purchase the WeMo Mini Switch. I’ve never written a review before, but this device made me so angry; and I’m very tech savvy, This product never worked from the get go. I bought a pack of 2 mini switches and could not get either to work and the app is a complete joke!! It doesn’t find your WiFi network (which is the strongest signal around me) until it has refreshed the page about 4 times. It continually gives me networks though that have one or no bars. Then if I’m successful in getting my network, as soon as I put in my password it tried connecting for about 20 seconds and then the app crashes. Every single time!!!!! Good luck getting the app to reload after that. It just keeps saying connecting. I bought these the same day as I bought a Nest thermometer for my house. I had the Nest wired into where my existing thermostat was, set up and connected to my WiFi, and working with Alexa for voice temperature control seamlessly in about 30 minutes. I worked with these “smart” switches for about an hour and a half before I gave up, raging that something that simple could be so poorly made and not work a single time I tried. There are many more reviews on here like mine and my hope is that someone reads these before purchasing them and wasting their time with this product and company. I promise it will save you hours if you go with a different brand!!
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Requires iOS 11.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.