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Hue app still without timer: iConnectHue as an alternative Switch off lamps automatically after a set time

Switch off lamps automatically after a set time

In addition to the criticism around the widgets, one thing can be read again and again in reviews and comments around the new Philips Hue app: users would like to see the timer function back. Shortly after the launch of the new app, already more than one and a half months ago, Philips Hue promised to bring back the functionality with a future update.

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Simply deactivate the Hue motion sensor with a dimmer switch. Keeping the light the way you want it

Keeping the light the way you want it

Motion sensors are a really great thing. They can automatically switch on the light depending on the brightness and time of day when you move through the room. In my home, I have activated a motion sensor in the stairwell that activates a night light for 30 seconds at night, for example.

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iConnectHue receives update: More possibilities with the wall switch module Now available for iPhone and iPad

Now available for iPhone and iPad

About a month ago, the Philips Hue Wall Switch Module was launched and now the corresponding update for iConnectHue (App Store-Link) is finally available. The app for iPhone and iPad is one of the best tools when it comes to configuring the Hue system. And of course it offers more possibilities around the new wall switch module than the regular Philips Hue app does.

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iConnectHue: Support for the Hue Wall Switch Module is in the works Everything needs to run perfectly

Everything needs to run perfectly

After the Philips Hue Wall Switch Module launched three weeks ago, the app scene got moving for the first time last week: Hue Essentials delivered initial support for the new accessory. However, I quickly had to find out: The whole implementation is not yet really suitable for practical use. I am all the more curious to see how things stand with the most popular app for iPhone and iPad.

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iConnectHue 4.5 adds support for new dimmer switch Configure customized button layout via app

Configure customized button layout via app

Since today you can order the new Philips Hue dimmer switch, with the availability in Germany it still looks bad. While users in France or Belgium were partly already delivered, I’m still waiting for my order. I tried it via the Proshop, here the new dimmer switches should be shipped from Wednesday.

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iConnectHue delivers new New Year’s Eve animations with new technology Extra fast light effects

Extra fast light effects

The industrious developer Stefan Göhler has once again released a new update for his popular app iConnectHue. In the universal app for iPhone and iPad, which currently costs 5.49 euros, you will now find a new animation package. Here’s what the developer has to say about these new animations: “iConnectHue 4.4 adds new year animations, which are somehow special, as we tweaked iConnectHue’s animation system to be able to make the bridge do rapid changes to the lights.

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Play Gradient Lightstrip without Sync Box: Now possible with iConnectHue Discotainment function provides colourful light

Discotainment function provides colourful light

With the launch of the new Philips Hue Play Gradient Lightstrip, the manufacturer has already announced its intention to enable colour control of the seven zones of the lightstrip via the Hue app with a future software update. Until the Gradient Lightstrip works without the Philips Hue Play HDMI Sync Box, a little patience is still needed.

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iConnectHue gets weekend mode: New update for popular iOS app Now available for iPhone and iPad

Now available for iPhone and iPad

With today’s update of iConnectHue (App Store Link) to version 4.2 there are exciting news. The team around the developer Stefan Göhler has integrated a weekend mode, which gives you even more possibilities to configure switches, motion sensors and geofencing. In this way, a switch or motion sensor can operate differently on weekdays than on weekends.

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iConnectHue 4.1 released: These are the new features Exclusive long button press, light migration wizard and more

Exclusive long button press, light migration wizard and more

The application iConnectHue (App Store link) for iPhone and iPad, which is now partly subscription-based, has received its first functional update after the major upgrade a few months ago. It comes with the exclusive long print, which I already presented to you a few weeks ago. What else there is to discover?

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iConnectHue: Long keystroke will be even better with the next update For dimmer switch and Smart Button

For dimmer switch and Smart Button

iConnectHue (App Store-Link) for iPhone and iPad has always offered the possibility to assign a long keystroke to the Philips Hue dimmer switch, and more recently to the Philips Hue Smart Button. Until now, this function had only one disadvantage: the long key press was always executed in addition to the short key press.

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