Magic Home is a wifi controller APP for smart led lighting.
What product does this APP support?
1.WiFi RGBW/CT led bulb: It has ON/OFF,colors,dimming,timer,fade.jump,music and remotely control function etc;
2.WiFi CT/RGBW led downlight: It has ON/OFF,dimmer,timer and remotely control function etc;
3.WiFi RGB/CT/Mono led controller, It has ON/OFF,colors,dimming,fade.jump,music control function etc;
3.WiFi RGBW led controller. It has ON/OFF,colors,dimming,timer,fade.jump,music and remotely control function etc;
How to use first time?
1. Download this APP from APP store.
2. Switch on the led.
3. Go to phone Wi-Fi setting,click “LEDnetxxxxxxx”to connect.
4. Run magic home APP.
Ratings and Reviews
Simple enough if you just want a light on WiFi
If you have one of the supported devices, this is the app that you’ll want to download if you just want to connect them to your WiFi network and not sign up for a cloud account. There’s a newer “Pro” app that looks slicker and might be better for controlling things but it requires making an account to get to a settings screen.
app wont reconnect to my new wifi.
so recently i’ve moved and gotten new wifi and this app worked wonderfully with my old wifi but now that i try to connect it to my new one the network LEDnet-xxxxxx doesn’t pop up. any suggestions on how i fix this?
Pretty decent lights with modification
These lights are much cheaper than other brands out there. The main reason being is that they do not require a special wifi hub to operate. That doesn't mean that they won't work better with a dedicated hub.
After messing with the lights for many days, I noticed that one or two of them would not show up in the app. Sometimes all of them showed and sometimes not. Since these lights are installed down a long hallway, I assumed that they were having a hard time connecting to my wifi router. It made sense as they are in recessed metal fixtures in the ceiling.
I resolved this by installing a cheap wall plug wifi extender/repeater. The trick was to rename the SSID or Network name that it broadcast to something other than my home network name (I chose Lightbulbs) and set the extender to bridge/repeater mode with my regular home network info. I chose to create a new network because I have several extenders throughout my house broadcasting the same network name. A new dedicated network name would make sure the bulbs always connected to that particular extender that I put in the hall with the lights. The final step is to reset the bulbs to connect to your new network and reconfigure the app with the new network info. The bulbs still get an IP address assigned by my main home router but connect to wifi via the extender. I haven't had a problem with them since adding the extender.
I hope that made sense and helps.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.