Signify, formerly known as Philips Lighting, has released a new Hue app that gives you a quick way to monitor your smart lights. The company has also edited the Philips Hue app from the bottom, starting with the Home page which now displays all your lights and Tiles interface.
You do not have to figure out if you want to light up, heat and paint anything or if you want to make and change the settings for their components. In addition, you can identify and preview the artwork created by Hue lighting experts on new Hue paintings. If you have several Hue bridges, this site gives you the option to switch quickly.
As for the Routine tab, it has been updated with the Automation page which offers the most advanced options for your customization. For example, in an upcoming or Out-of-home home, the app can check if anyone is present before using it, due to the new geofencing feature. That way, you don’t turn off the lights when everyone else is in your house (assuming you’re the one in charge) after you leave. In addition, Signify has also adjusted the entry and exit of the sun, allowing you to select the time when the machine will start and turn off the lights when it is finished.
Among other new features and small changes that make the app easy to use and you can add new lighting to the Room from within the Room tab. The updated Hue app is now available in the Apple App Store and on Google Play, and the updates will hit your device in the coming days.
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