SmartThings

Connected life with SmartThings.

Sync up your home to suit your lifestyle. Let SmartThings give you insights on your connected devices, help with your
house chores and enhance your experiences, both in and outside your home. All this with a single app.

Download the SmartThings app.

A large, modern house in the background with a Galaxy mobile, tablet, smart watch in the foreground. All 3 screens show the SmartThings GUI with options to operate various home devices.
A video shows the various benefits of SmartThings with 4 different stories. A couple wakes up to an automated routine that turns on the kettle. The text "Good Morning automated at 7am" appears. The man starts his laundry from the kitchen using his smartphone. The text "Start the washing machine with Smart Control" appears. The woman is still sleeping when the automated blinds open. The text "Wake Up automated at 9am" appears. On their smart fridge screen, a laundry notification appears with the text "Cycle completed". Another man is leaving the house with his dog. The text "No motion detected in the house" appears and the SmartThings Motion Sensor turns off all devices. He receives a notification on his phone and the text "Get notified when devices turn off" appears. A woman at work gets a notification on her phone and the text "Get notified when noise is detected" appears. She checks the "SmartThings Cam" with her phone and sees that it is her cat. Last, 3 women walk into a house and the text "Automate lights to turn on when you get home" appears. Once inside, one woman selects a SmartThings scene on her phone and the text "Turn on Party Mode in a flash" appears. Lights and music turn on, another friend arrives, and the text "Stay connected, make life effortless" appears.

Life simplified. Home customized.

Optimize your home device settings for a smart lifestyle tailored to your needs.
Enjoy more control over your home with innovative SmartThings-compatible devices that simplify your day-to-day life.

In the foreground, we see the back of the heads of two women - one with blonde hair and the other with red hair. They are watching a show on a large, living room TV in the background.
A Galaxy screen shows the SmartThings GUI with the option to set a "Movie mode" scene and adjust the TV, lights, and air purifier in the living room.

Get a better thrill out of the movie with SmartThings.
SmartThings takes care of the TV, lights and mood; you make the popcorn.

A smart washing machine on the right hand side and a sofa, laundry basket, and some laundry that needs to be washed are on the left hand side.
A tablet screen shows the SmartThings GUI with a notification that the laundry is finished and options to set automated scenes.

Get useful reminders on the little things, like when your laundry is done.
If you happen to be out, SmartThings will keep your laundry fresh until you return.

A living room with a white sofa at the center, a lamp and a plant on the right and a smart airconditioner on the left.
A Galaxy screen shows the SmartThings Welcome Cooling GUI with a target temperature, indoor and outdoor temperatures, and additional settings.

There’s no need to wait for your home to cool down with SmartThings.
Your air conditioner automatically turns on for a refreshing entrance by the time you're back home.

Give your worries a break

Your home at-a-glance

Manage your home settings without even getting up from the couch. Use the SmartThings app anywhere to check devices and more.

A woman is lying on the sofa, smiling and looking at her smartphone. On the right side of foreground, a Galaxy screen shows the SmartThings app GUI with options to operate various home devices in the living room, air quality rating, and current temperature.

Your home in your hands

SmartThings is a powerful remote control for your home.
Discover how a single app can drastically enhance your lifestyle.

A living room with an air conditioner on wall and two Cube Air Purifiers stacked next to the coffee table in the center of the room. A sofa is behind the coffee table and above the sofa is a 65-inch Q7 QLED TV attached to the wall. On the left side foreground, a Galaxy screen shows a mobile remote control of the smart TV.

A home that works on your schedule

Now your home can keep up with your busy schedule.
SmartThings lets you customize your home so your mornings are easier and your nights are calmer.

Three Galaxy screens are displayed. The first shows Automations settings with toggle switches for 4 routines: Good morning, I'm leaving, I'm home, and Good night. The second shows a woman waking up in bed, with settings for "If 7:00am then open bedroom blind every day". The third shows a couple in bed at night, with settings for "If 10:30pm then dim the bedroom light to 50% every night".

An Enriched Galaxy Experience with SmartThings

Do what you do everyday but better with SmartThings. Now natively integrated into your Galaxy apps, SmartThings makes your daily experiences more intuitive, convenient and pleasant.

The interior of a clean bedroom with a bed, TV, and more. It is dawn, the blinds are down, and the TV is turned off.
A Galaxy smartphone on white bedsheets with the 7 A.M alarm ringing.
The interior of the same bedroom, except this time the TV is turned on and the blinds are raised.
A woman waking up, stretching on the bed with a smile.
The interior of the same bedroom with the TV turned on and the blinds raised.
A Galaxy smartphone screen showing the 'Wake up with smart devices' settings page. Under 'Devices to control,' it reads, "Turn on TV," "Turn on lights," and "Open blind." All three commands are enabled and below each command reads, respectively, "Bedroom TV," "Bedroom Light, Bedroom bulb," and "Bedroom blinds." Below "Devices to control," "More options" give the following setting options that are currently disabled: "Run only when you're at My Home," and "Run when alarm dismissed."

* The feature mentioned above is available on mobile devices that are running Android R, One UI 3.1, and are able to download the SmartThings app. This feature is also available on Samsung TVs that were manufactured after 2018 and can connect to SmartThings.

A hand holding a Galaxy smartphone in front of a Samsung TV. The Galaxy screen shows a majestic landscape image.
A Galaxy smartphone casting a majestic landscape image onto a Samsung TV in the background. The TV displays the identical landscape image.
A woman sitting down on a sofa in front of a Samsung TV, viewing a majestic landscape image on the screen cast from her Galaxy smartphone.
A notification pops up on-screen with the question, "Set the mood with smart devices?" and two options below that read, "Control lights," and "Close blinds."

* The feature mentioned above is available on mobile devices that are running Android R, One UI 3.1, and are able to download the SmartThings app. This feature is also available on Samsung TVs that were manufactured after 2018 and can connect to SmartThings.

The interior of a clean living room with sofas, TV, and more.
A Samsung TV at the center and a sound bar located below it. A blue text bubble from the soundbar reads, "You have a "Birthday Party" event at 3 PM today." Also on the upper righthand corner of the TV, a notification is popped up with the same reminder and an 'OK' button below.
A birthday party with children and adults all wearing birthday caps. They are blowing out the candles on a birthday cake at the center, surrounded by confetti.
A Galaxy smartphone screen showing the 'SmartThings actions' settings page. Under 'Devices,' it reads, "Living room TV," and "Living room Speaker." Both devices are enabled. Below "Devices," "Calenders" give settings options for Calender 1 and Calender 2. Only Calender 1 is enabled.

* The feature mentioned above is available on mobile devices that are running Android R, One UI 3.1, and are able to download the SmartThings app. This feature is also available on Samsung TVs that were manufactured after 2018 and can connect to SmartThings.

Add a little smartness to your home

Let SmartThings handle the day-to-day chores and stresses, so you can focus on what’s more important.

* Currently available with Galaxy smartphones and tablets above android 8.0, Galaxy Watch3 and Galaxy Buds Live. Others to be supported.
** To find Galaxy Watch and Buds with SmartThings Find, the latest version of Galaxy wearable app needs to be installed.

​Find the important things in your life

Bluetooth powered SmartTags* can be attached easily to keys, bags, or even your pets. If you think your lost item or pet is nearby but can't quite locate it, simply tap the ring button on your SmartThings App and follow the sound of your ringtone.

A Smart Tag is resting on a sofa, connected to another small Galaxy device. A GPS location icon with the Smart Tag at the center protrudes from the Smart Tag.

* Galaxy SmartTags have a Bluetooth range of up to 120m without obstacles. Actual performance may vary depending on the environment where they are used.

Control your home, from your car

SmartThings on Android Auto has your home in order. Control your SmartThings devices from your car display, you can keep your eyes on the road and off your smartphone. Almost home? Turn up the thermostat, start the air purifier, and open the garage door, all by clicking the Welcome Home scene in your car.

* Connect over wirelessly or use a USB cable to link your mobile device to your car to use SmartThings on Android Auto.
** To find out if your car is compatible, check the Google Android Auto webpage.

On the left, an image of a car infotainment system connected to SmartThings and showing the "My Home" menu. To the right, a Galaxy smartphone shows the Android Auto settings page with various command options. The "Security monitor" command under "SmartThings Home Monitor" is disabled. "Coming Home," and "Welcome Home" commands are enabled under "Scenes." Out of "Backyard," "Garage Door," and "Kitchen" options under "Devices," only the "Garage Door" option is enabled.

* Connect over wirelessly or use a USB cable to link your mobile device to your car to use SmartThings on Android Auto.
** To find out if your car is compatible, check the Google Android Auto webpage.

Life's a little easier
with a voice assistant - or two

Turn on the TV and start the vacuum by voice.
You can control your home with your favorite voice assistant, or all of them at the same time.

A woman sits on her sofa with her smartphone. There is a smart air conditioner and a smart robot vacuum in the room. 2 conversation bubbles appear near the woman with the text "Hi Bixby, start the vacuum" and "Ok, starting the vacuum". 3 AI assistant logos are displayed above: Bixby, Hey Google, and Amazon Alexa.

* Google is a trademark of Google LLC.

Connect and experience
more with SmartThings

SmartThings is more integrated with other smart devices to make life even easier.
Just look for the "Works with SmartThings" symbol in stores and online.

A ‘Works with SmartThings’ logo and various icons such as those for TV, AV, air conditioner, washer/dryer, robot vacuum, refrigerator, Wi-Fi hub, motion sensor, camera, multi-functional sensor, doorbell, light bulb, lock, outlet, switch/dimmer, and thermostat, which are available with the SmartThings app.

Let's get started with SmartThings

Connected life is only a button away. Tap the How-to-use menu in the SmartThings app.

A QR code that leads to a guide on how to get started on and use SmartThings. https://qr-st.samsungiotcloud.com?action=how_to_use

* Each device must be connected to Wi-Fi or other wireless network.
* For interoperability through SmartThings, all the devices should be registered with a single Samsung Account.
* Available technology, functions, and features may vary by country, service provider, network environment, or product,
and are subject to change without notice.
* Please find 'Works with SmartThings' logo on the product or product package.
* Images and UX simulated for illustrative purposes.
* "Bixby" is limited to selected languages and certain accents/dialects.
* Device and screen images simulated for illustrative purposes.
* Compatible devices must be purchased separately in order to access SmartThings Services.

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