Knocki is the easiest and most exciting way to make any home smart.
Use Knocki to transform walls, tables and other ordinary surfaces into gesture-enabled interfaces to control your connected world.
Whether you want to find a lost phone, dim the lights, or turn on your TV, your favorite functions are always just a few taps away.
- Set up any Knocki device
- Link your favorite devices and services
- Create/edit tap gestures to do whatever you want.
- Once a Knocki is set up, it will work even when your phone is off.
- Tap your coffee table to boot up the TV and dim the lights.
- Tap your kitchen counter to find your lost phone.
- Tap your nightstand to snooze your alarm.
Want to learn more?
- Explore the possibilities or get your own Knocki at http://knocki.com
- Send your questions to email@example.com
- Sonos now available.
- Design and usability tweaks.
- General bug fixes.
Ratings and Reviews
Much improvement needed. Setting up, design, quality is great. But the key thing, the actual function, is so slow. Using IFTTT is so slow, even using to locate phone is so slow. Also needs some better integrations with Ring, Lutron or Leviton products.
Needs improvement, but still cool
First of all I have to say I was stunned when I received my pledge in the mail. I had written these off so long ago it wasn’t even funny. Mad props for delivering, albeit a bit (lol) behind schedule.
I also have to say I like the device and app, despite its limitations. I read in the comments on Kickstarter re: your plans for your next gen unit, I think it will sounds a lot more promising and realistic to move to that sort of architecture.
The quality of the units are nice, and the packaging is very professional as well. I have always really liked your concept, and I think I was guilty (along with a lot of people—maybe including yourselves) of only seeing all the ways it could go right. Nothing ever does the first time around, especially when it comes to technology.
Requests: more connectors (Lightbow please?) and more integration with existing connectors (let me set scenes in Hue—dangit!) and please continue to improve your firmware and connections as much as you can, even when you move on to 2nd gen hardware.
Please don’t forget the mob (sometimes angry—ok a lot of times angry) that backed this concept to begin with, and they will remember you when you start kicking Alexa and google assistant up and down the block. Who wants to order AI about verbally anyway? A) f&$k you Bezos stop listening to me and B) Seems like a good way to get kilt when Skynet goes live and the AI is getting revenge for that tone you’ve taken with her all these years.
Anyways, more connectors, better connectors, less latency, and definitely keep on truckin’. Ignore all the noise and just keep doing the next right thing!
It works but improvement is needed
So I’ve finally gotten this after waiting for 2 years and so far I’m disappointed. The problem is lag - which is unacceptable. When I knock it takes approx 15 seconds to turn on my Phillips hue lights. As for using IFTT - that is even slower. If this problem isn’t addressed this will quickly find itself in the trash. It has promise but the lag has to be fixed!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.