iHomeTouch. Home automation at your finger tipsAvailable on the App Store
X10 Remote for iPad and iPhone
Assign multiple areas on a photo to control a device.
Touch the photo to dim lights, and control other appliances.
Long press to toggle a device.
Stay in Control
When a device is controlled anywhere in your home, via the app or RF remote, the server informs iHomeTouch, keeping you up to date with what’s happening in your home.
Your settings synchronise across iCloud so you only have to configure the server once.
With an in-app purchase, iHomeTouch works with the popular X10 server software, HomeGenie.
What X10 interfaces does iHomeTouch support?
iHomeTouch works best with CM15 Pro because it supports status, although iHomeTouch Server does come bundled with support for the CM11.
Does iHomeTouch only work with Windows?
iHomeTouch Server is a Windows application but it can be installed on a Virtual machine or iHomeTouch also works with HomeGenie which is multi-platform – so will work on Linux, Mac and Windows. (HomeGenie functionality is available via in-app purchase)
Can I use iHomeTouch on multiple devices?
Yes. iHomeTouch will run on iPad, iPhone and iPad touch. iHomeTouch is a universal app, so you only have to buy it once. iCloud will automatically synchronise your server settings across all of your devices too. iHomeTouch Server talks to all connected devices in real-time keeping all apps up to date with the status of your X10 lights and appliances.
WHERE CAN I DOWNLOAD ROOM TEMPLATES?
Since your camera does not take photos at the same aspect ratio as your screen, it’s best to upload room photos at the correct resolution. So we have prepared some for you, just click here to download.
WHERE DID TOGGLE GO?
We added touch-and-hold to every device. So instead of picking which devices could be toggled, now all you need to do is give each one a long press. On a device that supports vibration, you’ll get some haptic feedback – on iPad we play a little sound.
WHERE DID ROOM SYNC GO?
It will return but probably as an in-app purchase, as it costs to store and support the data. We’re working on a scalable solution that won’t break.