Smart home technology is an increasingly popular way to make your life easier. In fact, the number of people using smart home devices has tripled since 2014! That’s why Samsung has taken its app SmartThings and given it a fresh interface that makes it even simpler to use. The new design is divided into three sections: Home, Routines, and Marketplace. This post will go in-depth on what these sections are for and how they can improve your lifestyle!
The Home section is designed to give you a quick overview of your home. This includes information like the temperature in each room, any motion detected by sensors, and all currently running routines with controls for setting them up or turning them off. You can also customize this view into a floor plan that shows where everything is located within your house!
Samsung has updated the user interface for its smart home app SmartThings, replacing a single color scheme with five vibrant new screens and fresh text. This is an exciting update to Samsung’s product line – especially considering that it will be available on both Android devices and iPhones!
The New SmartThings App Features
Samsung’s new SmartThings app, which was unveiled earlier at CES 2019, has been overhauled with a much simpler interface. Gone are the days of navigating through menus and circles to find what you need. The five spaces in the new design feature each user’s smart home zones without having to tap on anything or go into multiple pages for every room; it’s all right there! For those who don’t have any gadgets set up yet but want an idea of how their dashboard might look when they do get started – well here we can see just that! With so many more colors now available as backgrounds than before (and not limited by shades), users will be able to finally personalize their screens while making everything easier too.
The new design also includes the ability to put devices in a group and create routines for them that’s customizable. When you have more than one of the same type of device, they can be automatically turned on or off at different times – perfect if their usage is sporadic throughout the day. The app will even warn users about any potential problems
SmartThings has announced that it will be developing its own hardware in order to better serve customers. Smartthings is also joining the Matter alliance, which includes members like Amazon and Google who are all working together for a future of smart homes. The company says it’s on board with this new venture but hasn’t yet disclosed how its current userbase might fit into these plans going forward
Dev Team Announcement
The development team at SmartThings has made an exciting announcement about changing gears by making original products including their very first home security camera line! Alongside other large companies such as Microsoft, they’re taking part in the Matter Alliance, whose goal is “to help create a world where people live safer lives inside smarter buildings.” This sounds promising; however, we haven’t seen any word from SmartThings about how this change will affect their current customer base.
As a response to the recent security concerns, Samsung is also joining the Matter alliance, which includes members like Amazon and Google who are all working together for a future of smart homes. The company says it’s on board with this new venture but hasn’t yet disclosed it.
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