What Are ecobee Devices Compatible With?

Introduction

In This Guide
You'll Learn:
  • Which third-party devices, services and platforms are compatible with the ecobee Smart Thermostat.
ecobee.

1 Compatibility

ecobee.

The ecobee company is partnered with a multitude of other companies, which helps easily integrate your ecobee devices with other smart home devices and platforms.

Smartphones and Tablets

You can manage your ecobee devices using mobile apps on smartphones and tablets. There are two main platforms for smartphones and tablets currently available: Android and iOS.

Android
Android devices are produced by multiple companies, such as Samsung, LG, Motorola, Sony, Nokia, Lenovo, and HTC.
Android.
iOS
Apple is the only company that makes iOS devices, namely iPhones and iPads.
iOS.

Desktop and Laptop Computers

You can manage your ecobee devices using the web portal on personal computers. There are two main platforms for personal computers currently available: Windows and macOS.

Windows
Windows runs on computers produced by multiple companies, such as Lenovo, Asus, Dell, Toshiba, Hewlett Packard, Acer, and Sony.
Windows.
macOS
Apple is the only company that makes macOS computers, namely iMacs and MacBooks.
macOS.

Virtual Assistants

You can control your ecobee devices using voice services provided by virtual assistants. There are four main virtual assistants currently available: Google Assistant, Alexa, Cortana and Siri (with HomeKit integration).

Google Assistant
Google Assistant is mainly available on Google Home smart speakers, smart displays, Android TVs, smartphones and tablets.
Google Assistant.
Amazon Alexa
Alexa is mainly available on Amazon Echo smart speakers and displays, Fire TV players and televisions, smartphones and tablets.
Alexa.
Microsoft Cortana
Cortana is mainly available on Windows computers, Xbox One gaming consoles, smartphones and tablets.Cortana.
Apple HomeKit + Siri
Apple HomeKit is what integrates ecobee devices with Siri. Siri is mainly available on HomePod smart speakers, Apple TV players, Mac computers, iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch's.
HomeKit.

Smart Home Integration

You can integrate your ecobee devices with other smart home devices with the help of smart home hubs such as SmartThings and Wink, or the IFTTT automation service.

SmartThings
SmartThings produces smart home hubs, sensors and mesh Wi-Fi routers, and offers a mobile app that allows you to integrate ecobee and a multitude of other third-party smart home devices into a centralized control interface.
SmartThings.
Wink
Wink produces smart home hubs and sensors, and offers a mobile app that allows you to integrate ecobee and a multitude of other third-party smart home devices into a centralized control interface.
Wink.
IFTTT
"If This Then That" is a web service that allows you to automate your smart home devices and online services by performing tasks triggered by events that are taking place.
IFTTT.

For more ecobee partners, you can check out www.ecobee.com/ecobee-partnerships

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In This Guide
You'll Learn:
  • Which third-party devices, services and platforms are compatible with the ecobee Smart Thermostat.
ecobee.
ecobee.

The ecobee company is partnered with a multitude of other companies, which helps easily integrate your ecobee devices with other smart home devices and platforms.

Smartphones and Tablets

You can manage your ecobee devices using mobile apps on smartphones and tablets. There are two main platforms for smartphones and tablets currently available: Android and iOS.

Android
Android devices are produced by multiple companies, such as Samsung, LG, Motorola, Sony, Nokia, Lenovo, and HTC.
Android.
iOS
Apple is the only company that makes iOS devices, namely iPhones and iPads.
iOS.

Desktop and Laptop Computers

You can manage your ecobee devices using the web portal on personal computers. There are two main platforms for personal computers currently available: Windows and macOS.

Windows
Windows runs on computers produced by multiple companies, such as Lenovo, Asus, Dell, Toshiba, Hewlett Packard, Acer, and Sony.
Windows.
macOS
Apple is the only company that makes macOS computers, namely iMacs and MacBooks.
macOS.

Virtual Assistants

You can control your ecobee devices using voice services provided by virtual assistants. There are four main virtual assistants currently available: Google Assistant, Alexa, Cortana and Siri (with HomeKit integration).

Google Assistant
Google Assistant is mainly available on Google Home smart speakers, smart displays, Android TVs, smartphones and tablets.
Google Assistant.
Amazon Alexa
Alexa is mainly available on Amazon Echo smart speakers and displays, Fire TV players and televisions, smartphones and tablets.
Alexa.
Microsoft Cortana
Cortana is mainly available on Windows computers, Xbox One gaming consoles, smartphones and tablets.Cortana.
Apple HomeKit + Siri
Apple HomeKit is what integrates ecobee devices with Siri. Siri is mainly available on HomePod smart speakers, Apple TV players, Mac computers, iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch's.
HomeKit.

Smart Home Integration

You can integrate your ecobee devices with other smart home devices with the help of smart home hubs such as SmartThings and Wink, or the IFTTT automation service.

SmartThings
SmartThings produces smart home hubs, sensors and mesh Wi-Fi routers, and offers a mobile app that allows you to integrate ecobee and a multitude of other third-party smart home devices into a centralized control interface.
SmartThings.
Wink
Wink produces smart home hubs and sensors, and offers a mobile app that allows you to integrate ecobee and a multitude of other third-party smart home devices into a centralized control interface.
Wink.
IFTTT
"If This Then That" is a web service that allows you to automate your smart home devices and online services by performing tasks triggered by events that are taking place.
IFTTT.

For more ecobee partners, you can check out www.ecobee.com/ecobee-partnerships

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