Both Smart Home apps, HomeKit Controller (App Store-Link) and HomeDevices Controller (App Store-Link), are fully compatible. This announcement came during a press conference held by Yannic Fries, the developer of HomeDevices. The newly integrated HomeKit app and the extensive Apple Home database offered by HomeDevices have now become a powerful combination. According to Yannic Fries, "The HomeKit experience has been taken to a whole new level." This means that Apple Home accessories and Matter introduction will provide users with a standardized experience while still utilizing the HomeKit app. When reviewing the information, it is important to note any general errors in the messaging. During the collaboration between HomeKit Controller and HomeDevices Controller, both devices will no longer be available for individual use. However, with these devices, users can expect enhanced capabilities, rapid development, exciting new features, seamless integration, and comprehensive expertise. HomeDevices also offers a variety of additional information and apps. They have recently launched a free course where users can access the first two lessons in the new version. These devices serve as an information platform for Apple Home and Matter, and the goal is to provide users with ongoing support and relevant care-related information. The "Erste-Hilfe-Kurs" (First Aid Course) is designed to quickly and systematically solve major issues with Apple Home. Additionally, a new "Controller-Kurs" (Controller Course) has been introduced, which allows users to test complex automations, individual notifications, and other advanced settings for Apple Home. One of the latest features offered by HomeDevices is the ability to display all devices and equipment for free, with the HomeKit controller supporting up to 50 initial products. Both apps, HomeKit Controller and HomeDevices Controller, are now available in the App Store under Acasa Software GmbH.
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