Home Assistant is an open-source home automation software that centralizes your smart home devices and lets you control and manage everything locally. It’s a great alternative to solutions like SmartThings and HomeBridge and is available on pretty much all platforms including Windows, macOS, Linux, Raspberry Pi, and more. An Android app was released in 2019, and now the team has just released a new update that adds support for Wear OS.
The Home Assistant team on Monday released a Home Assistant companion for Wear OS, allowing users to control their smart devices and more right from their wrist.
Happy Monday, especially to all Android users out there! Today we’re releasing a beta of the the Home Assistant companion for Wear OS.
There are also a *ton* of new features for the Android app. Check out highlights and latest release notes on the blog: https://t.co/KPQOgEmcJI pic.twitter.com/mRzXxT2Jko
— Home Assistant (@home_assistant) December 20, 2021
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