Leviton Extends Omni Home Automation to Apple Watch, Windows 10



Leviton announces Apple Watch support for its Snap-Link Mobile app for home automation and audio/video control. The new app enables control of Levitons Omni (formerly HAI) security and smart-home systems either remotely or locally without monthly fees or device licenses. The Apple Watch extension utilizes watchOS 2 and allows for control over the most commonly accessed connected devices such as lighting loads, the Leviton Omni security system, thermostats, surveillance cameras and more.

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Leviton Debuts Apple Watch® Support for Snap-Link Mobile



MELVILLE, N.Y., Dec. 18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ –Leviton today announced Apple Watch support for the Snap-Link Mobile for iOS application (app). This new app provides the perfect solution for monitoring and controlling Leviton automation systems either remotely or locally and is offered without monthly fees or device licenses. Users can download the app via the Apple App Store to their compatible iOS devices including iPad, iPod Touch and iPhone, and now extend the app to their Apple Watch.

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Smart home meets smartwatch: Apple Watch automation apps



During Apple’s Spring Forward event for the Apple Watch, apps that work with the device were also introduced. At the time, the selection was limited and only three home automation companies had apps for the Apple Watch which included Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.’s Caséta Wireless, Honeywell Lyric, and Alarm.com, Inc. But now that consumer interest is growing, more smart home apps have been added to the list.

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How Siri works on the new Apple TV



At long last, Siri is no longer confined to mobile devices and the Apple Watch. Now you can use Apples personal digital assistant with the redesigned Apple TV. You can do more than just ask sarcastic questions and get sarcastic answers in this new implementation of Siri.

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