The app, which can be downloaded for free from Apple’s iTunes App Store, controls lighting, temperature, music, video, security systems, Web cameras and more.
Users need to have the app authenticated to their system with a Mobile Navigator license, which can be obtained from a Control4 dealer.
Our friends Kris Kostner of Cinemagic in Scottsdale, Ariz., and Kevin Luther of BlackWire Designs in Peoria, Ariz., put together this video for us, walking through some of the features of the Control4 My Home iPad App.
Check below the video for more images of the Control4 app.
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