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After one week: Your verdict on the new Hue app Now it's billing time

Now it's billing time

Exactly one week ago, Signify released the big update of the Philips Hue app. Version 4.0 was a big step, over 100 innovations and improvements were integrated according to the developer team. At the same time, however, some extras have been dropped, for example the timers. Others, like the widgets, have been replaced on iOS by shortcuts.

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Gradient Lightstrip will be able to display multiple colors thanks to dynamic scenes More products with Gradient technology in autumn

More products with Gradient technology in autumn

Along with the Wall Switch Module, the Philips Hue Play Gradient Lightstrip is one of the most exciting new products in the Hue world to make it to market in recent years. Already in the coming weeks, the light strip will receive new, exciting features. So far, in order to make the seven zones of the light strip glow in different colors, the use of the Hue Sync Box or at least a sync software is necessary.

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Why the new Philips Hue app doesn’t offer widgets on iPhone and iPad Siri shortcuts as an alternative on iOS

Siri shortcuts as an alternative on iOS

Since Thursday, the new Philips Hue app is available for iOS and Android. And there is one major criticism, especially among iPhone and iPad users: the previously available Today view widgets have been completely removed from the new Hue app. Why Signify had no other choice, I’ll explain in this article.

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New Philips Hue App is available for download For iPhone, iPad and Android

For iPhone, iPad and Android

If you’re a diligent reader, you’ll have heard from us that Signify is working on a new Philips Hue App. And as of today, version 4.0 of the Hue App is available, bringing with it numerous new features. New design, new experience: Featuring a more intuitive interface that reflects the way you want to use your smart lights, the new app offers faster performance and a sleeker feel.

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Old Philips Hue Lightstrips can finally be extended again Adapter for V3 to V4 now on sale

Adapter for V3 to V4 now on sale

We have had to wait almost a year for this, now there is finally a solution to the problem. With a small adapter from Light Solutions you can connect an old Philips Hue Lightstrip of the third generation with a new Lightstrip extension of the fourth generation. Today I would like to show you this little adapter.

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Hands on: The new Compact Outdoor Plug from Ledvance Simply pair with the Hue Bridge

Simply pair with the Hue Bridge

So far, Philips Hue has not come up with a smart plug for outdoor use. Unfortunately, nothing seems to be planned in this direction, although I’m happy to be surprised. Until then, however, Hue fans can turn to a new product from Ledvance. The Compact Outdoor Plug is also available with ZigBee technology and can therefore be easily coupled with the Hue Bridge.

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Philips Hue working on brighter E27 bulbs Soon with 1,100 instead of 806 lumens

Soon with 1,100 instead of 806 lumens

There’s one number we’ve gotten used to over the past few years: 806 lumens. That’s how bright classic E27 bulbs from Philips Hue are. With the new 1,600 lumen bright Hue White, this value was significantly exceeded for the first time, but this lamp can not colors or different shades of white and is also much larger to ensure cooling.

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Philips Hue 4.0 improves placement of lamps in the entertainment area Height can be adjusted freely

Height can be adjusted freely

As I could tell you a little more than a week ago, Signify is currently working on Philips Hue 4.0 – a new app with a revised design and many new features. In addition to a new tile view, there will also be a quick option to switch between multiple bridges.

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AduroSmart: Dimmable plug is compatible with Philips Hue Unfortunately hard to get at the moment

Unfortunately hard to get at the moment

A dimmable plug for Philips Hue? Something like that has actually existed before, even from Signify itself. At least somehow, because you can easily pair the Philips LivingWhites Plug with the Hue Bridge and then use it with the Hue app without any restrictions. However, you can only get the not really stylish plugs on the second-hand market, where prices of over 50 euros are regularly called up.

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Hue Wall Switch Module: Availability and communication are a poor show Many users have to keep waiting

Many users have to keep waiting

It could have been so beautiful: The Philips Hue Wall Switch Module is a real problem solver. It turns a classic light switch, the biggest enemy of the Hue light bulbs so far, into a smart light switch, which then no longer controls the power supply but sends commands to the Hue Bridge.

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