4.5
1.29M reviews
500M+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Quickly and easily connect and control your smart home devices through SmartThings.
SmartThings is compatible with 100s of smart home brands. So, you can control all of your smart home gadgets in one place, including your Samsung Smart TV and smart home appliances.
With SmartThings, you can connect, monitor and control multiple smart home devices quicker and easier. Connect your Samsung smart TVs, smart appliances, smart speakers and brands like Ring, Nest and Philips Hue - all from one app.
Then control your smart devices using voice assistants including Alexa, Bixby and Google Assistant

[Key Features]
- Control and check in on your home from wherever you are
- Build routines that are set on time, weather, and device status, so your home runs smoothly in the background
- Allow shared control by giving access to other users
- Receive status updates about your devices with automated notifications

※ SmartThings is optimized for Samsung smartphones. Some features may be limited when used with other vendors' smartphones.
※ Some features may not be available in all countries.
※ You can also install SmartThings on Wear OS-based watches.
※ SmartThings for Wear OS is only available when the watch is connected to a mobile phone. You can get a quick access to routine run and device control by adding SmartThings tile on your watch. We provide SmartThings complications that allow you to enter SmartThings app service directly from watchface.

[App requirements]
Some mobile devices may not be supported.
- RAM size : 2GB over
- Galaxy : Smart View to support screen mirroring

※ App permissions
The following permissions are required for the app. You can use the app without optional permissions, but some functions may be limited.

[Optional access permissions]
• Location : Used to locate your devices, create routines based on your location, and scan for nearby devices using Wi-Fi
• Nearby devices : (Android 12 ↑) Used to scan for nearby devices using Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)
• Notifications : (Android 13 ↑) Used to provide notifications about SmartThings devices and features
• Camera : Used to scan QR codes so you can easily add members and devices to SmartThings
• Microphone : Used to add certain devices to SmartThings using high-frequency sounds
• Storage : (Android 9~11) Used to save data and share content
• Files and media : (Android 12) Used to save data and share content
• Photos and videos : (Android 13 ↑) Used to play photos and videos on SmartThings devices
• Music and audio : (Android 13 ↑) Used to play sound and video on SmartThings devices
• Phone : (Android 9) Used to make calls on smart speakers and show information about people sharing content with you
• Phone : (Android 10 ↑) Used to make calls on smart speakers
• Contacts : (Android 9) Used to get phone numbers of your contacts to send text message notifications and to show the names of people who send content to your devices
• Contacts : (Android 10 ↑) Used to get phone numbers of your contacts to send text message notifications
• Physical activity : (Android 10 ↑) Used to detect when you start pet walks
Updated on
Jun 12, 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Personal info and Device or other IDs
This app may collect these data types
Location, Personal info and 5 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

4.5
1.25M reviews
Lisa Sands
April 11, 2024
The paths to utilize different features of the app are confusing to navigate. Options should be easier to find. Instead, you have to go around clicking things until you can remember where different tools are located. Also, devices are constantly shown as offline or "not on the same network" when they ARE. Very frustrating. Newly added devices also tend to go straight to the Personalized Devices folder against your will, and you can't relocate them to their proper rooms from it. Glitchy! 😡
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Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
April 14, 2024
Hi, Thanks for your feedback! We deeply respect your advice, and we will try to combine your feedback with our R&D, in order to provide better products.
Brian Burwell
April 12, 2024
The app was updated and most of my routines were broken until after I agreed to some pretty one-sided "terms of service" and some other thing. After reluctantly agreeing, I had to figure out why the routines weren't working. Most of my routines were setup under "smart lighting" and were still there. I went through and recreated everything under "automatic routines" and everything seems to be working. I'm just glad I didn't have to remember everything to get things working before the update.
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Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
May 18, 2018
Hi Brian, Ellen with SmartThings support here. I'm so sorry for all the trouble using the new app! There were some login and app issues yesterday that should now be resolved, but I'd also like to help personally and get all your feedback about theses issues to our app teams. Please email me at support@smartthings.com with Attn: Ellen in the subject
Meredith Pitts
May 2, 2024
Shows my LTE connected smart watch as being at home when it isn't, last updated "now" and with a battery percentage that isn't correct (46%, when it's on my charger at work and at 100%). What's the point of device location if it isn't accurate? If you lose a device, the SmartThings app will be useless in helping you find it. Guess it isn't that smart of a thing. The Google "Find My Device" app, on the other hand, has the correct location and battery percentage! Use that instead.
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Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
May 5, 2024
Hi, we apologize for any issue you might be having! Could you send details of what you are experiencing to our customer support. Please go to https://www.samsung.com/us/support/contact/?model=N0060019&app=smartthings from there you can contact us? Thanks.

What's new

In order to provide you with better services, some features have been improved in the new version.

- The SmartThings brand logo has changed

- The 3D Map View makes it easier to see your home’s status

- A Smart Home device update badge has been added