Wink - Smart Home

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    Wink - Smart Home

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    Wink is the quick and simple way to connect you and your home. The Wink app brings together hundreds of smart products — including lights, locks, sensors, thermostats, and more — across dozens of the best brands, so you can control them from anywhere. Free services like Home Sitter and Moonlight amplify the abilities of your products to make your home feel more secure.

    Some products work directly with the Wink app, while other products use the Wink Hub or Wink Hub 2 to get connected. Both hubs allow your diverse collection of products to speak the same wireless language so you can control and customize their interactions from the Wink app.

    Receive alerts to your smartphone, keeping you informed of what’s happening at home
    Trigger your lights to turn on automatically if fire or smoke is detected
    See who’s at the front door then unlock it from anywhere

    Light goes a long way in making you feel safe, whether it’s a well-lit path guiding you home every evening or knowing your house looks lived in while you’re away. Use Wink’s free in-app lighting services to make your home even smarter and safer:

    Home Sitter: Home Sitter turns your lights on and off in a natural, human pattern to make it look like you’re home when you’re away. Relax when you’re out of town, knowing your home looks full.
    Moonlight: Moonlight ensures you always return to a well-lit home by syncing with local Sunset and Sunrise times to turn lights on and off accordingly. Use it to light your way home after work, so you don’t have to search for keys in the dark.

    Not sure you locked the front door when you left for work this morning? Check the Wink app’s activity feed so you don’t have to waste time running home. Start using other in-app features to make your home run more efficiently.

    Shortcuts: Want to turn off all your home’s lights at once? Shortcuts allow you to control multiple smart products with a single tap.
    Schedules: Adjust your thermostat to save energy during work hours. Schedules prompt actions at certain times every day.
    Robots: Have your smoke detector turn lights on automatically if smoke is detected so you can see to safely evacuate. Robots let you customize the way products talk to each other.

    Wink is free to download and use without any required monthly fees.

    Questions? Talk to a real human at 844-WINK-APP or

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    Users comments

    Matt Moderhack

    by Matt Moderhack

    Jun 22, 2017  |  "Good"

    Needs update. When attempting to dim lights through the application it lags and sometimes takes FOREVER for anything to happen.

    Jeffrey Dietrick

    by Jeffrey Dietrick

    Jun 22, 2017  |  "OK"

    Bulbs keep resetting. Need to rename and reset schedules daily.

    Kathryn Schlesier

    by Kathryn Schlesier

    Jun 22, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Time saver.

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Jun 22, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    It works

    Brad Arnold

    by Brad Arnold

    Jun 21, 2017  |  "Good"

    Constant ads now when I open the app. I don't want to buy your bulbs, I want to use what I have already purchased. Edit for dev reply: I'm sure it probably should have been one-time, but I received it several more than that (usually when opening the app via a notification, if I recall correctly - when you least want an ad). I'll give back some stars for now, since I haven't seen the ad in a while. Another negative note, however: locking my front door (Schlage lock) is *way* slower through the Wink app than it is via Alexa, even though Alexa still uses the Wink to communicate with the lock.

    Dave Brucker

    by Dave Brucker

    Jun 21, 2017  |  "Good"

    Widgets mostly functional now. App functionality is slow as it needs to load every light, outlet, etc., each time it's opened. Shortcuts using widgets work better 100% of the time. 1x1 widget is plagued by a "Loading..." display bug that will only display the shortcut name once the app opened and loaded fully. 1x4 widget does not have this issue.