The ESPN smart homes hub is now available for iOS.
The app is available for free, but you will need an ESPN account to get access.
The ESPN app will sync to your iPhone or iPad to get the hub, which will also sync to Apple Watch and other smart devices.
The hub can be controlled by your TV, iPhone, iPad or Mac.
You can also access the hub from a web browser.
The smart home dashboard is the hub for the ESPN Smart Home app that lets you control your home, from a smartphone or tablet, or from a connected TV or set top box.
It lets you manage your lighting, smart thermostats, remote control devices, security features and more.
You’ll be able to customize your home with more than 25 home-related features and settings.
It includes all of the popular smart home control apps, such as SmartThings, HomeAway, Hue, Hue Lights, Nest and more, along with other smart home automation features, including smart bulbs and smart switches.
The iOS app will work with iOS devices that support Siri, Google Home, Google Assistant, Apple’s Photos app, Apple Watch, Samsung Gear, Samsung Smart TV, Amazon Alexa, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Amazon S3, Xbox 360, Samsung TV, Xbox One, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Apple Pencil, Xbox Wireless Controller, Xbox Smart Controller and more from the Apple Store.
The Android app, meanwhile, will work on Android devices that are powered by Android 4.4 KitKat.
ESPN says that the hub is available to ESPN’s subscribers on its mobile apps, ESPN Home, ESPN.com and ESPN app for Android, Roku and Xbox 360.