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Harmony® Control

By Logitech Inc.

This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.


Control your home from your iPhone or iPad. Dim the lights, close the blinds, crank the volume, and start the movie— with one touch. Streamline your life using personalized, multi-device Activities that can be started with one touch. Combine home entertainment—TVs, stereos, cable/satellite set-top boxes, and game consoles—with home automation—connected lights, locks, blinds, thermostats, sensors, and more. Harmony brings it together. You bring it to life.

Use of the Harmony app requires one of the following Logitech Harmony hub-based remote controls: Harmony Pro, Harmony Elite, Harmony Companion, Harmony Hub, Harmony Ultimate Home, Harmony Home Control, Harmony Home Hub, Harmony Ultimate, Harmony Smart Control, Harmony Smart Keyboard, or Harmony Ultimate Hub (each sold separately).

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Every remote you’ll ever need
Control home entertainment devices with your iPhone or iPad when paired with a Harmony hub-based remote control.
Control connected lights, locks, blinds, thermostats, and more from a single app, whether inside or outside your home. Check devices status and make adjustments remotely.
Set up custom schedules to turn devices on or off at specific times or on specific days.
With just one touch, start multiple devices together using Activities such as Good Morning, Good Night, Watch TV, Listen to Music, or Play Games.
Create up to 50 favorite channels with custom icons for quick access to your entertainment.
Use swipe or tap gestures directly on the screen to adjust the volume, change channels, fast-forward, rewind, and more.
Install the app on each iPhone or iPad in the house and everyone can have their own personalized favorite channels and custom gestures.
Control devices inside closed media cabinets. Hide the clutter of your entertainment devices and never worry about pointing your phone at your TV.
Compatible with many IR and Bluetooth® game consoles.
Compatible with an ever growing list over 270,000 devices from more than 6,000 brands. See for latest compatibility information.
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What's New in Version 5.3.3

- Bug Fixes


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Customer Reviews

Works good for what I use it for

I don’t use the home control bs so I can’t speak to that. I’m a retired computer professional, build my own computers and networks and I still could care less if this connects to a superfluous device like Alexa. This is my fourth Harmony remote and besides being stupid expense I think it works great as an entertainment center remote. It’s far more reliable and useful then the previous ones. I use the actual remote mostly but it sure is nice to be able to use my iPhone or iPad to control the entertainment center when remote is not handy. I had the Link and that was complete garbage. This combo seems to combine the best features of a remote like the 650 and an idevice app. This app actually consistently works instead of only when it felt like it like on the Link. The Help feature seems to work better as well. The only thing I don’t like is why the hell do I have to use the app in landscape mode on the iPad? There’s more room on the iPad screen then the iPhone and the iPhone uses portrait mode. I just find landscape mode awkward. The best part of the app though is it makes configuration much easier. Took me only a couple minutes to figure out how to add a custom command. So far I love it.

Close to perfect

First and foremost, the Harmony Hub is an absolute staple for any Media setup. I have finally been able to put away 7 remotes, and end the battle of pressing 4-5 buttons on 3 different remotes just to change input sources. Just pressing on an action to launch everything to the source and perfect setting has made my life so much better. This really is one of my most used apps.

For the most part, once you get used to how the setup of actions is done, it’s pretty intuitive. You really can customize almost everything to the absolute perfect setting, which then requires just the push of a button. The issue is, it takes allot of time to figure out where allot these options are, and how they work. The menu options and layout absolutely needs an overhaul. It also becomes a complete nightmare is you replace an existing component (ex. TV) and have several existing actions tied to it. Most recently I replaced my TV, and had to completely redo all of actions, which sucked, but in the long run helped to refine my setup.

My wish list to make this app perfect would include: a real light/dark UI, a more intuitive menu layout, support for the iPhone X, and HomeKit integration. Overall, despite the short comings, I couldn’t imagine switching over to any other system.


I read some of the negative reviews before purchasing the Harmony ultimate remote with hub. But I took a chance anyway and boy am I glad I did. It took a while to set up. However once I figured out what adjustments to make in the settings in the app and on my equipment (including turning off the Anynet+ feature on all devices which really confuses the remote), everything works flawlessly. I am very impressed with the level of detail that all of the menus have, both in the app and also on the remote. My only complaint might be that the remote control is rather small and which makes it awkward to reach the volume, channel selector, and mute buttons with the thumb. However, after getting use to using the greater swipe functions, these buttons are no longer necessary! I set the hub across the room from my entertainment center and it has had no problems controlling all of my devices. I would recommend this app and the Harmony Ultimate remote highly.

Harmony® Control
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Entertainment
  • Updated:
  • Version: 5.3.3
  • Size: 50.1 MB
  • Languages: English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Spanish
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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