Alarm.com Releases Smart Home App for Apple Watch

Simpler and More Powerful Smart Home Control with Alarm.com for Apple Watch

April 24, 2015


Alarm.com, the leading Smart Home platform, announced availability of its Apple Watch app today. Alarm.com leverages the device's unique features and form factor to enhance the smart home experience. With Apple Watch, Alarm.com users can know what's happening in their home at a glance and control all of their smart devices, making it even easier to keep their homes safer, smarter and more efficient.

The Alarm.com app for Apple Watch delivers new ways to connect with the smart home. Users can control all of their connected devices, including the security system, thermostat, lights, locks and garage door from the Apple Watch. The Alarm.com app for Apple Watch offers a Glance for a quick view of the status of the security system, locks and garage door, and users can easily see what's going on at home with live video feeds right on their wrist.

"Alarm.com is excited to deliver one of the first native apps for the Apple Watch," said Daniel Kerzner, Alarm.com's Chief Product Officer. "Our app uses the new capability and unique form factor of Apple Watch to enable great use cases for today's multi-device Smart Home through an efficient and intuitive user experience. As leaders in the smart home space, Alarm.com is focused on delivering innovative, first to market solutions that connect consumers to their home in new ways, today and tomorrow."

Alarm.com combines highly relevant reminders, actionable alerts, and powerful automation triggers to make it simple to keep the smart home secure while on the go. Location-based reminders alert the homeowner if they forgot to arm the security system, lock the door or close the garage. A single tap on the alert resolves the problem. Alarm.com amplifies a single action on the watch into a series of responses all across the home. Arming the security system can trigger the lights and thermostat to adjust for efficiency, the garage to close and doors to lock.

Alarm.com has a long history of delivering first to market innovations for Smart Home Security from launching the first Interactive Security service over a decade ago, to the first native mobile app for smart home security on the iPhone, to managing one of the largest Internet of Things platforms for the Smart Home today. Today, Alarm.com continues to be first to market to support the innovative Apple Watch and enable new ways to easily connect with you home. Together with our network Professional Services partners, Alarm.com has led the adoption of affordable Smart Home solution for every consumer.

Use and interactive demo the Apple Watch app on Alarm.com's Smart Home Blog

Alarm.com users with an iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus should install the latest version of iOS 8 and update their Alarm.com mobile app to version 3.2.

About Alarm.com
Alarm.com is a leading cloud services technology platform for the Internet of Things, powering millions of homes and businesses and integrating tens of millions of connected devices. Intelligent cloud services process billions of data points every year making homes and businesses safer, smarter and more efficient. Alarm.com's award winning technology integrates a broad ecosystem of connected devices to deliver a unified experience through an intuitive mobile app. Solutions are sold, installed and serviced exclusively through a network of Professional Service Providers. For more information, please visit http://www.alarm.com.

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