Harmony® Link

Harmony® Link


Works with Harmony Link (separate purchase required). For full capabilities and purchase, please visit www.logitech.com.

Turn your smartphone into a powerful universal remote. This app gives you control of your entertainment devices, including TV, DVR, Cable box, Receiver, Xbox and more. Personalize screens and control with swipes and taps. Not even closed cabinets and walls can stop its control.

YOUR PHONE IS A UNIVERSAL REMOTE
- Control entertainment devices with your smartphone, when paired with Harmony Link
- Start entertainment activities such as Watch TV, Listen to Music or Play Xbox with a single touch
- Choose up to 50 favorite channel icons for quick access to your favorites
- Swipe or tap your thumb to control the volume, channel, and FF / REW, etc
- Control devices inside closed cabinets. Hide the clutter of your entertainment devices and never worry about pointing your phone at your TV.
- Everyone in the house can download the app and personalize their favorites and gestures
- Compatible with over 225,000 devices

Terms of Use : http://files.myharmony.com/Assets/legal/en/harmony.html

Recent changes:
What's in this version:
Improvements to resolve connectivity issues
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Free
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2.7
User ratings
386
Installs
50,000+
Concerns
0
File size
4365 kb
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About Harmony® Link
Works with Harmony Link (separate purchase required). For full capabilities and purchase, please visit www.logitech.com.

Turn your smartphone into a powerful universal remote. This app gives you control of your entertainment devices, including TV, DVR, Cable box, Receiver, Xbox and more. Personalize screens and control with swipes and taps. Not even closed cabinets and walls can stop its control.

YOUR PHONE IS A UNIVERSAL REMOTE
- Control entertainment devices with your smartphone, when paired with Harmony Link
- Start entertainment activities such as Watch TV, Listen to Music or Play Xbox with a single touch
- Choose up to 50 favorite channel icons for quick access to your favorites
- Swipe or tap your thumb to control the volume, channel, and FF / REW, etc
- Control devices inside closed cabinets. Hide the clutter of your entertainment devices and never worry about pointing your phone at your TV.
- Everyone in the house can download the app and personalize their favorites and gestures
- Compatible with over 225,000 devices

Terms of Use : http://files.myharmony.com/Assets/legal/en/harmony.html

Recent changes:
What's in this version:
Improvements to resolve connectivity issues

User reviews of Harmony® Link
Can't buy the device, can't install the app. And the whole device has been discontinued in europe at least, if it ever was available here. The idea is good. I want a remote control application for my Android, but seems nobody is interested in making a decent device for it. Both Samsung and Logitech have failed and disappointed lot of people now. I wish somebody who can think little bigger than just make an fake remote app that shows channel listings of couple US channels would make a decent solution for this. Because there are people who would pay for this, if you do it right.
Aug 6, 2012
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Dec 23, 2014
Garbage It's time to throw this useless piece of garbage away. Nothing connects to it anymore and all it does is waste energy. I'll never buy another product from Logitech.
A Google User
Dec 18, 2014
It works.
A Google User
Dec 5, 2014
Not stable for Android5 Since the upgrade when I reopen from the tray the srcreen were I was before disapear and I get the touch screen instead. I would like to add that I love the app, especialy the layout which is way better, more complete than my wife's iPhone.
A Google User
Dec 1, 2014
Great Idea For the most part, this app does what it says it does. However, IT IS SLOW! I would give it more stars if they could improve the performance. Also the UI is a bit clunky; Seems they really want you to leverage the gesture features to control volume, pause play, etc. But you end up having to swipe to other screens to get to controls that don't have gestures it makes it not worth having; it seems like it's only in the way. I would rather have a standard remote UI, and let me control what the default screen and what buttons to present.
A Google User
Nov 11, 2014
Suddenly not compatable