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    Samsung explains how SmartThings can make your life more productive

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    Last updated: January 6th, 2023 at 05:23 UTC+01:00

    We all know Samsung's SmartThings connectivity allows you to not only control all the connected devices but also get important notifications regarding them to further take steps to make a better environment. You are guided on how you can save energy, are reminded that the door of the fridge is open, receive recipes for a healthy meal as per your health data collected via Samsung Health, and much more.

    Samsung's IoT (Internet of Things) connectivity feature, SmartThings, is used by over 230 million users across the globe. With over 10 million connected home appliances, SmartThings is compatible with more than 300 partner brands. You can control and monitor your fridge, hoods, washers & dryers, loves, TVs, air purifiers, and whatnot.

    Not only can you control your home appliances with SmartThings, but you can also set routines and enable them so that, based on them, the concerned appliances are turned on. You can even use SmartThings to track down supported items. As mentioned in the official infographics, it supports Matter, a universal smart home protocol, diversifying the range of supported products.

    All of the above tasks can be easily done using a smartphone and the SmartThings application. You need to be connected to Wi-Fi to communicate with the connected devices, and that's it. Overall, it is a mature IoT connectivity app that gives plenty of important information about connected devices, which would definitely make your life easier.

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