The Xfinity Home app lets you stay connected to your home even when you’re on the go. Arm and disarm your system, create automated rules, access video to see when the kids get home, or turn on the lights and adjust the temperature before you walk through the door. It’s quick, easy and always available on your smartphone or tablet.

- Remote arm and disarm
- Real-time text and email alerts when alarms are triggered and motion is detected*
- Remote video monitoring*
- Lighting and thermostat control*

- Thermostats: Nest Learning Thermostat, ecobee, Carrier Cor, Zen
- Garage Door Openers: Chamberlain or LiftMaster MyQ Garage Door Opener
- Lighting: Philips Hue Lights, Lutron Caséta Wireless Light Switches and Dimmers, Sengled Element Touch Bulb, GE (Jasco) Wireless Light Switches and Dimmers, LIFX Lights
- Locks: August Smart Locks, Kwikset SmartCode Door Locks

- Wi-Fi or 4G cellular internet connection
- Xfinity Home service
- Xfinity ID or email address and password (Need your Xfinity ID? Go to

*Purchase of additional hardware may be required.
Disclaimer: Not available in all areas. Restrictions apply. Service and equipment sold separately. Services and features vary based on service package.

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What’s New

Version 11.74.0

This update includes bug fixes and other improvements that enhance the app's overall performance.

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
9.7K Ratings

9.7K Ratings

Lieutenant Don ,

Xfinity Services good this year.

First 2 years were a serious roller coaster.
Paying top dollar for a home alarm that worked when it wanted to.
Since Coronavirus came around seems they tightened up their services and are actually creating fewer problems for the people that reliably pay their bill.
Would have to assume when all’s good in the world they have soooo much money they let their children run things. But when a pandemic comes around and millions of dollars in WiFi and cable bills aren’t paid. Because of people that are out of work and can’t pay their cable bill. Xfinity finally wakes up and properly services the good paying American citizens.
Therefore, will say that at a time when Xfinity is going through hard times, would definitely recommend their services.
As for my bill doubling in the second year of service. Even with inflation. It’s just not worth 200 a month for an alarm, WiFi and cable I’ve only watched for an hour in years. Like the original price. But, after a couple years, seems they now do as agreed, (finally, after years) monitoring my house without foolish interruptions of my business. Less frequent senseless outages. Now then, I have no complaints. But, the dealing with their equipment and services, prior to Coronavirus, has been like dealing with a drug addicted relative. Their always an angel till you let them in your house.

zfowler ,

Great App by a Great Company

No, I don’t work for Comcast. I’m just a 10+ year customer. Comcast has always provided excellent service for me and I’m a huge fan of all their services and applications. The Xfinity Home application does exactly what it’s supposed to do. The UX I great, and the development teams built a fast, pixel perfect, stable application.

I do have a feature request: could you enable geofencing using the mobile application to automatically arm the system when I’m a certain distance away from my home? The technology is available, you guys just haven’t implemented it yet (at least with my setup). Arlo cameras and base unit do a great job of this. With Arlo, I can set the cameras to arm using a user defined distance from my home. When I pass the geofence, the cameras arm and start recording and alert me to motions detected. Having this feature would provide so much value to your customer base. It would keep users from having to manually arm/disarm the system and would increase security from forgetting to arm the system when away. It would really increase customer satisfaction and would put Xfinity far ahead of other competitors.

Keep up the good work!

M0therofP00dles ,

Great Security System!!!

When I bought my house 11 years ago, it came with a security system that was installed by a fly-by-night company that was not even properly registered with the city where I live and that would randomly go off for no reason. It also did not have a reliable remote activate/deactivate feature and when it would randomly go off all I could do When Comcast first offered a home security system I switched to it immediately!! It has an annoying alarm tone when a window or door is opened once I have the system armed. That happened a couple of years ago when we had a severe storm in the middle of the night after I had armed the system and gone to bed. The wind from the storm blew my front door open and triggered the alarm. 2 Police Officers showed up at my front door within 10 minutes. I had already disarmed the system and they insisted that they come inside to ensure I was not being forced to tell them that everything was okay.

App Privacy

The developer, Comcast, 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:

  • Contact Info
  • Contacts
  • 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:

  • Diagnostics

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


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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