All your lights in one place‪!‬

Christian Schwinne

Designed for iPad

    • 3.3 • 192 Ratings
    • Free



Discover WLED lights in your network automatically and control them all from a single place!

This is a companion app for the free and open source WLED software for ESP8266/32 microcontrollers.
WLED strives to be the go-to open-source smart home lightning application!

Ratings and Reviews

3.3 out of 5
192 Ratings

192 Ratings

IncognitoMosquito ,

Effects page doesn’t work

Would be a great app, but the effects page does not work. This undermines one of the app’s central purposes: setting new lighting effects. Furthermore, if you just plug your WLED instance’s ip address into Safari, you will get essentially all of this app’s functionality (if not all of this app’s functionality), and the effects page works through the web interface. The app would be awfully convenient if the effects page worked, but because it doesn’t, I almost always use Safari instead. The availability of a working effects page on Safari, but not through the app substantially undermines the utility of the app.

jensyfrenzy ,

Mostly Good

This app is mostly good, however, there was a recent update that completely wrecks some of the ui on both iOS and iPadOS, specifically on the effects page and some of the config pages. Because of this, it’s almost impossible to change these settings and I have to resort to using the web app. If this were fixed, this would easily be a 5 star app imo

Sillypuppy ,

Effects tab doesn’t work

2 stars because some parts work. I wouldn’t bother with this app though until they fix the effects section. It’s basically an app version of logging into the board from a browser. You can adjust settings which is nice. However, the effects tab hardly works. If I tap at the top of the screen, it actually selects something an inch lower. When you try to scroll down for more effects, the effects eventually disappear. Basically, it’s unusable for effects but works for adjusting settings. Easier to just use your browser and board IP.

App Privacy

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