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10 Ways To Automate Your Home Using Smart Devices

You don't have time to do everything yourself anymore. That's why smart devices like Amazon Echo, Google Home, and Apple HomePod are so popular. They're designed to help you automate tasks in your house.

Automation is becoming increasingly important for people who need to spend less time on routine household chores. These devices can help you manage your schedule, keep track of your finances, and even control lights and appliances.

Control lights and appliances using voice commands.

You can control your lights and appliances with just your voice. There are tons of apps and devices that will help you get started, but we're going to focus on one in particular: Alexa.

Alexa is a smart assistant that can help you enjoy all the perks of home automation without having to lift a finger or get off your sofa. With an Alexa-enabled device, you can ask her to turn on the lights in your living room, or set a timer for 15 minutes so that you can take a break from cooking. You can even ask her to play music—or stop it—or turn up the volume on your TV when there's nothing else on TV at the moment (just remember: don't try this with Netflix).


The best part about using this kind of technology? It works across any device (computer, phone, watch) that has internet access—and it's incredibly easy to set up!

Create custom routines with Alexa's routines, Google's Actions, or Siri's Automation 

 If you have a busy lifestyle, it can be hard to keep track of all the little things that need doing in your home.


You might not have time to remember when to turn off the lights when you leave the room, or how often to change your air filter. Or maybe you would like to set up a routine that reminds you when it's time to check on your plants and water them.

That's where these three services come in!

Alexa's routines are activated by voice command, so all you have to do is ask Alexa to activate a new routine. You can also create routines that include more complex instructions like turning off lights, turning on fans, or turning off sprinklers.

Google's Actions are similar: they are triggered by voice commands and can also be used for more complex tasks such as turning off lights and turning on sprinklers. You can also use them with smart devices such as thermostats and smart plugs.

Siri's Automation is also similar in many ways: they are triggered by voice commands and can also be used for more complex tasks such as turning off lights and

Have your lights scheduled to turn on before sunset or off at night

We all have a routine in our homes where we turn on certain lights and draw certain curtains as the sun begins to set. Why not use Alexa, Google Assistant, or Siri to handle that for you? 

Set the mood with RGB Lighting

 Your body responds to different colour temperatures at different times of the day. For example, during the day, your body prefers white light to mimic the sunny start of the day. The evenings ask for a warmer tone in tune with a sunset. Smart lights and RGB Lighting controls can automate and do this for you by changing the temperature of the house throughout the day to be optimal for your circadian rhythm.

The perfect balance between daylight and artificial light is crucial to your health and wellbeing. This can be achieved with an RGB lighting system that changes colour temperature throughout the day depending on what time of day it is. A smart lighting system will allow you to choose whether you want consistent or varied light throughout your home so that you are able to sleep better at night and concentrate better during the day.