This afternoon, Philips Hue released another update for its app: Version 4.26.0 is available for download not only for Apple devices, but this time also directly in the Google Play Store. The focus of the update is the presence simulation previously known from Hue Labs, which has now been firmly integrated into the app as “Mimic Presence” automation.
Philips Hue has released another update for its app this afternoon – and it includes an interesting innovation for the dynamic scenes. Among other things, this affects their use in conjunction with a switch or automation. The setting can be activated for each individual scene. To do this, simply select a scene that has already been saved in a room or zone and click on the Edit button.
Yesterday afternoon Philips Hue released another update of its app. Three new features are included in the update, one of which I was able to announce a few weeks ago: You can now share scenes with friends. However, Apple users in particular have to pay attention to one detail. To share a scene, first activate it and then tap on the three small dots next to the scene icon.
Yesterday afternoon, Philips Hue released the next update. Version 4.23 of the official Hue app is now available for download in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. The scene search, which was already briefly available in version 4.22, has also returned. At that time, it was also possible to find and activate a dynamic daylight scene that was actually not yet available.
If you don’t have a bridge yet and have been relying on the Philips Hue Bluetooth App, there is interesting news for you. With the update to version 1.37.0, you can now transfer all paired lamps to the “normal” Philips Hue app with a tap of your finger. This has offered Bluetooth support for some time and should make the separate app superfluous.
There is certainly more to come from Philips Hue this year. Among other things, the launch of the new Philips Hue Go and the Perifo track system are on the agenda. There are also likely to be further announcements around IFA. But the Philips Hue software development team is not resting on its laurels either.
Today Philips Hue has released another update of its app. What’s new in version 4.22 and other interesting details are hidden in the update, you can find out in this article. First of all, let’s take a look at the official release notes that Philips Hue provides in the App Store.
To start the new week, here is another small update from the overcast week. Shortly after the update to version 4.16 of the Hue app, another new version was released: Philips Hue 4.16.1. With this small bugfix update, a new feature seems to have been unlocked in the Discover section – a demo mode.
Yesterday evening Philips Hue released another update of its official app, the update description reads more than sober: “Bug fixes and performance improvements”, it says in the App Store. But beyond that, there are some new things to discover. There are some new scenes – and finally a flamingo in the Hue app.
Just under a fortnight ago, Philips Hue announced that two new effects would be making their way into the Hue app by the end of March: A candle flicker and a fireplace effect. These two effects are available more quickly with the popular iConnectHue app. The developer Stefan Göhler is providing a corresponding update with immediate effect.