Samsung SmartThings is a fantastic smart home platform that lets you automate your home thanks to compatibility with some of the most popular devices, including smart light bulbs. So if you're looking for the best smart lights for Samsung SmartThings, these are your options.
One of the best things about SmartThings is that you can use a slew of other third-party devices on your system, doorbells and locks included. Since they all essentially share the same SmartThings support, we've focused on which devices have the best specs and tricks to justify adding them to your SmartThings arsenal.
Samsung's SmartThings Find service has introduced a new feature that allows you to call for help finding your lost devices. You can now invite up to 19 people to take part in your search for missing items.
Samsung has unveiled a new hub architecture for its SmartThings IoT service called SmartThings Edge. This initiative aims to bring more local processing to smart homes for faster, safer, and more reliable service.
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SmartThings motion sensors can keep better watch over your home, send you important alerts on your phone, and even keep the lights on from afar. Here are some of our top choices in the SmartThings ecosystem.
Samsung has announced that it will be adding support for Google's Nest smart home products to its SmartThings IoT platform next month. Once the integration goes live, you will be able to control your Nest devices using the SmartThings app.
Great way to add items that only use certain wireless protocols like Zigbee or Z-Wave. Works very well with things like the SmartThings Home Monitoring Kit. Adds voice control to those devices. Get 24/7 monitoring, new home automation, and more.
This kit comes with everything you need to keep an eye on your home, no matter where you are. It includes the essential SmartThings Hub, along with two Multipurpose sensors, a motion sensor and an outlet at its lowest price ever.
Samsung's new SmartThings Cam features a 145-degree wide angle lens, app connectivity, and the ability to connect with a range of other smart home products, including a few others that are new this week as well.
These two tech giants want to make mesh Wi-Fi easier. Google Wifi provides a robust connection but is a simpler package. Samsung SmarthThings Wifi brings a SmartThings hub and faster mesh Wi-Fi in a smaller package.